The Biebster comes to North Surrey

Never Say Never plays at Holland Park's Movies Under the Stars on Saturday, Aug. 27.

Justin Bieber.

On Saturday Aug. 27 Justin Bieber will be gracing Surrey’s Holland Park with his presence on a massive screen for the Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association’s Movies Under the Stars event presented by Prospera Credit Union.

Don’t underestimate this 17-year-old teen heart throb’s talent. Come out and watch Bieber’s Never Say Never to get an intimate look at his humble beginnings and rapid rise to stardom. Snuggle up on the grass with friends and loved ones underneath the glow of the starry night sky, enjoy buttery popcorn, and of course, a free movie.

Never Say Never is a documentary and concert film that captures Justin Bieber on the road leading up to a career-defining performance at New York’s Madison Square Garden. The film also includes footage of Justin’s childhood performances, interviews from close friends and family, and a visit back to his Canadian home town.

Movie starts at dusk, but come early for our pre-show festivities beginning at 4:30 p.m.. Get your face painted and try your hand at various crafts. The North Surrey Lions Club will be running a barbecue, so be sure to drop by and grab a sizzling burger hot off the grill. Proceeds from the Lions’ barbecue go to support local charities.

Sun Hang Do will be showcasing some high-flying martial arts, while Frosted Comet, Joe Given and Braden Humphreys will be performing some amazing rock and roll music. Bring a blanket, and make it a fun evening with the community.

Movies Under the Stars is a celebration of community, diversity, local businesses and organizations. For more information, visit our website at or contact us at 604.580.2321.

Event: Movies Under the Stars: Justin Bieber: Never Say Never

Date: Saturday, Aug. 27 (activities/entertainment start at 4:30 p.m., movie at dusk)

Location: Holland Park, Surrey (Old Yale Road and King George Boulevard)

Further information: Bonnie Burnside 604-580-2321

Surrey North Delta Leader

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