Vancouver’s biggest free music and arts fest is back.
The Khatsahlano Street Party is set to transform West 4th Avenue into 10 blocks of live music, beer gardens and outdoor art on Saturday, July 12. Now in its fourth year, the festival is expected to attract more than 100,000 revellers to the Kitsilano neighbourhood, from Burrard to MacDonald Streets on West 4th Avenue.
Khatsahlano has earned a well deserved reputation for great live music. This year, more than 50 bands with local roots will perform on eight different stages. Headliners include The Poppy Family Experience, who emerged from Kitsilano’s counterculture scene in the 1960s and went on to international fame, as well as The Grapes of Wrath, the Kelowna-based rockers known for their hit record These Days who recently reunited after an 18-year hiatus. A complete lineup is available on the festival website.
Of course, it wouldn’t be a street party without street food. Continue reading:
50 Free Bands + 40 Food Trucks: Khatsahlano Street Party Returns to Vancouver