Capital City Canada Day

Canada Day in Charlottetown
The City of Charlottetown’s Capital City Canada Day celebrations are returning to Victoria Park!

Featuring free, family-friendly activities and live music that culminates with fireworks at dusk. Residents and visitors are invited to Victoria Park on Friday, July 1 to join in the full-day celebration.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
9:00-11:30 AM Triathlon PEI presents: Victoria Park Kids of Steel Triathlon
Triathlon PEI will be hosting a children’s triathlon in Victoria Park. This activity is part of Triathlon Canada’s Kids of Steel program, which is designed to offer youth the opportunity to experience the sport of triathlon in a positive environment with shorter distances than an adult triathlon. 
Registration and a fee to participate in the triathlon is required. 
For more information, visit tripei.ca
11:00 AM 21 Gun Salute
The PEI Regiment will mark Canada Day with a 21 Gun Salute at the Victoria Park 
12:00-7:00 PM Family Fun Zone
Visit the family fun zone and celebrate Canada with kid-friendly games, inflatables, activations and festive giveaways throughout the day (while supplies last).
12:30-12:50 PM Learn to Line Dance with Those Line Dancers 
Put your dancing shoes on and join Those Line Dancers for a fun line dancing class before the Official Opening Ceremony. 
1:00 PM Official Opening Ceremony
Join us for the Official Opening Ceremony to help kick off our Canada Day celebrations. 
1:30-10:00 PM Coastal Vibes – All-Day Musical Celebration
1:30 PM East Meets West: Island A Cappella & Pacific Edge Chorus
2:00 PM Nadia
3:00 PM The Darvel
4:00 PM Meaghan Blanchard
5:00 PM Sirène et Matelot
6:00 PM Obembe
7:00 PM Noah Malcolm
7:45 PM Understanding our Past, Reconciling our Future: Fireside Chats with Sean Doke
8:00 PM Reeny Smith
8:45 PM Understanding our Past, Reconciling our Future: Fireside Chats with Sean Doke
9:00 PM Fabulously Rich
10:00 PM                                             Fireworks

We acknowledge that the land upon which we gather is unceded Mi’kmaq territory. Epekwitk (Prince Edward Island) is covered by the historic Treaties of Peace and Friendship. We pay our respects to the Indigenous Mi'kmaq People who have occupied this Island for over 12,000 years; past, present and future.