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Land Acknowledgement

The City of Surrey is situated on the ancestral, traditional, and unceded territories of the Salish Peoples, including the q̓ic̓əy̓ (Katzie), q̓ʷɑ:n̓ƛ̓ən̓ (Kwantlen), and Semiahma (Semiahmoo) land-based Nations.


Experience two days of free live entertainment, including local performers, nationally  and internationally recognized talent. 


Saturday, July 23

Hip Hop R&B

MANILA GREY are a Canadian R&B duo from Surrey, noted for their Juno nomination for Breakthrough Group of the Year!


Saturday, July 23

Hip Hop Rap

Shad is one of Canada’s most revered rappers, a peerless wordsmith who embodies hip-hop’s power to entertain and educate.

Sharry Mann

Sunday, July 24

Pop Punjabi

Sharry Mann is a Punjabi singer, writer, and actor who has taken the industry by storm for over a decade with a plethora of global hits, critically acclaimed tours and prestigious awards.

Zora Randhawa

Sunday, July 24

Pop Punjabi

Zora Randhawa is a Punjabi singer who started singing at the age of seven. At the age of 16, Zora moved to UK and since then he has performed on various world tours with world renowned artistes like Dr. Zeus, Gippy Grewal, Sharry Maan, Hard Kaur, Geeta Zaildar, Diljit Dosanjh and many more.

Cultural Pavilions

Try delicious, authentic food and learn about other cultures at over 40 pavilions. 

Pavilions are run by cultural groups and organizations from within Surrey and the Lower Mainland.


Arts Food


Arts Food





2022 Theme

This year’s theme is CommUNITY. Visit over 40 cultural pavilions to learn about the traditions and history of how people gather and unite in countries from all over the world.

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Anti-racism commitment

Festival organizers are committed to creating a festival that builds bridges to promote inter-cultural understanding.

Health & Safety

All event activities will meet health and safety guidelines as set out by the Provincial Health Officer, Worksafe BC, Fraser Health and appropriate industry associations.

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Surrey Fusion Festival returns to Holland Park on Saturday, July 23 and Sunday, July 24.


Surrey Fusion Festival is accessible and inclusive to all, and offers viewing decks, accessible washrooms, parking and a sensory space.


It’s our quinceañera! Take a look back at the festival, all the way to 2008.


A festival like no other, Surrey Fusion Festival encourages cultural expression through inclusive programming, food, education, and connection.

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Indigenous Village

Learn about Indigenous cultures through traditional cultural sharing, contemporary performances, the Métis pavilion and an Indigenous market.

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For Kids

Bring your littles to experience fun, interactive performances, games, workshops, crafts and more!

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With eight stages of programming, Surrey Fusion Festival is the largest and most diverse festival in Western Canada.

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Global Beer & Wine Tasting

Presented by Dished. Sip on some cold beverages from around the world. Please enjoy responsibly.

Cultural Cooking Arena 

Watch Surrey youth showdown in cooking competitions and learn how to make dishes that inspire CommUNITY from local celebrity chefs.

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Dance Battles

Who is the best dancer at Surrey Fusion Festival? Visit the KPU Community Dance Tent to see who can out-perform the others.