Outdoor performances and movies coming to Burnaby parks this summer

Last updated: June 24, 2022

The City of Burnaby is offering some great ways to celebrate the summer with the return of outdoor movie nights and a free live performance series scheduled to run until September 4. 

Top-notch family friendly entertainers, including the Blues Berries, a unique hybrid of blues and children’s tunes, Vancouver Puppet Theatre, Cosmo’s Clown Circus Show, well known children’s entertainer Will Stroet and the energetic Axe Capoeira acrobatic dance troupe will take the stage as part of the City’s Summer Stages. 

Starting July 4, performances will take place multiple times Monday to Thursday at Confederation Park (4709 Pandora St.) and Civic Square (6100 Willingdon Ave.) on Fridays.
 
For a full schedule and list of artists, visit Burnaby.ca/SummerStages.

August will also mark the return of Burnaby’s popular movie series at Civic Square outside the Bob Prittie Library at Metrotown. On Fridays, families can enjoy great movies such as Clifford the Big Red Dog (August 12), Paddington 2 (August 19), Shaun the Sheep Movie (August 26), and Ron’s Gone Wrong (September 2).

New this year will be movie night showcasing, The Lego Movie on Saturday, August 20 at Edmonds Park (7433 Humphries Ave.). 
Movies start at 8:30 pm, rain or shine. For more information, visit: Burnaby.ca/SummerCinema.

Also keep an eye out for live music in public spaces and parks throughout Burnaby as Sounds Like Summer returns. For a full schedule of pop-up performances by local musicians, visit Burnaby.ca/SoundsLikeSummer.

All performances, concerts and movie screenings are presented free of charge.

Media Contact:
Chris Bryan
Manager, Public Affairs
Public Affairs Office
604-570-3616 | [email protected]

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