West Vancouver has a proud tradition of celebrating its community and has a long history of producing high-quality festivals and celebrations. West Vancouver Community Cultural Fest is the District’s signature cultural festival.
This two-day event showcases the diversity that makes West Vancouver a special place to live, work and play. Through art, dance, music, international food and drink, we hope to unify and celebrate the many different backgrounds that makeup West Vancouver.
Cultural pavilions are the heart of the festival. Organized by businesses, volunteers, and cultural organizations, these tents showcase each country’s cultural practices, heritage, and traditions through interactive activities, programming, demonstrations, and food samples.
Kids’ Zone & Activities
Get a bird’s-eye view of the festival grounds from the 250-foot-long zip-line, or try your hand at one of the many family-friendly activities in the Kids’ Zone. There is something here for everyone!
Cultural Dance Stage
This stage features a variety of professional and amateur performers, representing a wide variety of styles, including dancers from dance schools from across the Lower Mainland.
Live Music Stage
The Main Stage is our largest stage, adjacent to the International Lounge and food trucks. It features live music, multicultural performances, and entertainment from around the world.
West Vancouver Schools Performance Stage
Showcasing the talent of West Vancouver Schools’ elementary and secondary students, this performance stage will feature band, choir, and music performances.
International Lounge and Food Trucks
The International Lounge is a place to get a cold beverage while taking in live music on the Main Stage and enjoying a meal from one of the many international food trucks. The variety of flavours offered by the food truck vendors is sure to satisfy any palate.
West Vancouver Community Cultural Fest is the same great Bridge Festival, just with a new name!
We love your furry friends but dogs are not allowed on festival grounds.
Yes, the festival does have designated parking areas specifically for handicapped individuals. These parking spaces are conveniently located to ensure easy accessibility for those with special needs: Map location
Additionally, we have a barrier-free entrance to accommodate all visitors: map location
Yes, we have a designated lost and found area at the festival HQ (1564 Argyle Avenue. West Vancouver, BC.)
Check with our festival staff to inquire about lost and found services and whether your items have been turned in. You can also send us an email at [email protected]