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Glad to hear you’re attending Caribbean Days Festival! Below is all the game day info, and everything you need to know to attend.
Attending The Event
Who Can Attend, and What Does It Cost?
Caribbean Days is a free event!
Everyone is welcome. The crowd at Caribbean Days is fully multicultural and the event is 100% inclusive.
That includes kids! Although there are alcoholic beverages available for purchase, they can be consumed anywhere within the event grounds. Parents do not have to separate from their children while enjoying a nice cold craft beer.
Also, Town Centre Park is dog friendly, so your pooch can attend as well!
Time & Place
Saturday July 27th 10 AM – 8 PM
Sunday July 28th 11 AM – 7 PM
Town Centre Park
Access to Caribbean Days is very handy. Town Centre Park at Coquitlam’s Lafarge Lake is conveniently located near Coquitlam Centre, a well-known transit hub. As a result, the park can be reached easily via both car and Skytrain.
Arriving By Car
GPS address to use:
1299 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam BC
There are parking lots adjacent to the park for those arriving by car. Be sure to arrive on time to get your spot! Look for lot D, as well as A and C.
If you’re heading out, check the City of Coquitlam’s digital parking counters to see if a lot is full, and where to find empty spots elsewhere!
Arriving Via Transit
The park can be reached easily via Skytrain. Simply take the Millennium Line to its terminus at Lafarge Lake-Douglas Station, and from there it’s just a few steps to the Park. Just follow the music!
Skytrain Station: Lafarge Lake-Douglas
Each year, the Festival comes alive with the sights and sounds of Carnival during our Parade In The Park! Enjoy the spectacle of a multitude of costumed revellers cavorting to hot music. The Caribbean Days Parade is truly a magnificent way to appreciate Caribbean culture, music and style.
More info on the Carnival Parade In The Park and Sunday Children’s Parade
Caribbean Days Festival features an amazing outdoor music festival. Each year, our main sound stage plays host to a lineup of bands playing Soca, Reggae, Calypso, Latin, African and other international sounds to a large crowd. Singers, dancers and other performers entertain with sights and sounds from a wide range of cultures.
View the full Entertainment Lineup