Festivals Of Canada In 2019, Winterlude carried through its new vision which brought a breath of fresh air to Canada’s Capital Region flagship event of the winter tourist season! New destinations – the ByWard Market, Sparks Street, Downtown Rideau and the Glebe – were also very popular.
1. Montreal Jazz Festival
This carnival is a paradise for Jazz lovers and musicians. This is the biggest Jazz festival in the world and also holds a Guinness Book record for it. It is a ten-day musical fiesta in the city of Montreal and hosts 20 or more stages for the performers and musicians from the world over.
2. winter festival
Winterlude is run by the Department of Canadian Heritage and was started in 1979. The event is one of Ottawa’s most important tourist draws, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.
3. Celebration of Light
The largest fireworks competition in the world is held over several nights every summer in Vancouver. More than just a pyrotechnical extravaganza, the Honda Celebration of Light comprises concerts, food stalls, and the Seawall Challenge, a popular urban adventure race.
4. Montreal Jazz Fest, Montreal
The Montreal International Jazz Festival offers about 500 concerts, of which three-quarters are free of charge, and hosts about 2,000 musicians from over 20 countries. Two million music lovers arrive in Montreal, Quebec, for the international jazz rendezvous and launching pad for new talent.
5. Pride Toronto
This stunning carnival is the celebration of the freedom and diversity of the LGTB community in Canada and the world. It is one of the biggest festivals in. Canada in 2018 and is dedicated and celebrated by LGTB community in Greater Toronto area. This festival started in 1981 as a protest over now-infamous bathhouse raids in Canada and has become an annual celebration since then.
6. Celtic Colours International Festival
Celtic Colours is held for nine days every October on the delightful island of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. This unique Island-wide celebration of Celtic culture and music is the largest of its kind in North America. If you like fiddles and fiddlers, this is your festival.
Folklorama has become a great symbol of Canada’s multi-cultured society, secularity and the diversity of the people of Canada. Canadian people with origins and ethnicities participate to showcase their cuisines, culture, art, music and their folk dances.
8. L’International des Feux Loto-Québec
The Montreal Fireworks Festival, this is the largest fireworks festival in the world. The festival is held yearly in La Ronde and overlooks Dolphins Lak. At least 8 or 9 pyrotechnical companies from all over the world set off around 6,000 fireworks in the yearly competition to win Gold, Silver or Bronze Jupiters or trophies.
9. Kids Days
National Child Day has been celebrated across Canada since 1993 to commemorate. The United Nations’ adoption of two documents centered on children’s rights. The United Nations Declaration of the Rights of the Child on November 20, 1959, and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child on November 20, 1989.
he United Nations Declaration of the Rights of the Child on November 20, 1959, and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child on November 20, 1989.
10. Just for laughs
The festival features great comedians and theatre groups that participate, perform and competing with each other for maximum accolades from the audience. It is one fun and entertaining extravaganza where you won’t be able to stop your the belly ache.