Walk Off The Earth will perform on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Concord Pacific World Music Stage.

A fusion of taste, sight and sound

Surrey's Fusion Festival takes place this weekend at Holland Park.

All the world’s a stage – in this case, one cooking and four performance stages at this weekend’s Fusion Festival at Holland Park.

The annual family event will include dozens of musical performers, 37 cultural pavilions, theatre and dance groups and cooking demonstrations and food sampling.

Among the performers will be Hawksley Workman, Walk Off The Earth and Delhi 2 Dublin (Saturday) and Los Lobos, Good for Grapes and Briga (Sunday).

The chefs will include Vikram Vij of Vij’s Restaurants and White Spot’s Chuck Currie.

Photo: Vikram Vij

There will also be performances by Surrey’s Celebration Dance Team, Bocephus King, The Ukrainian Prairie Band and Vancouver Korean Art Society drummers.

Look for Frontier Tale Blazers re-creating the lives of Surrey’s pioneers. Their performances will take place every 10 minutes at the Flavours of Surrey tent.

For a detailed lineup of artists and celebrities, click here.

Festivities take place from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on both July 21 and 22.

Admission is free and tickets for food at the festival are $1 each.

 

 

 

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