It’s nearly street festival season in Vancouver, which means Khatsahlano will be back on West 4th sooner rather than later. And if you’re looking for some exciting news to tide you over – get ready, because the organizers have officially dropped the artist lineup for 2024!

The street party is a long-standing Vancouver tradition bringing together the city’s best local artists, Canadian talent, and delicious food and drinks for a massive summer celebration. As the largest free music and arts festival in the city, it holds a special significance for tens of thousands of attendees, who flock to West 4th every year.

The all-day celebration lines West 4th Avenue in Kitsilano with over 50 food vendors, pop-up shops, art displays, and beer gardens. In terms of performing artists, this year’s lineup has been curated by renowned independent record store Zulu Records, so let’s dive in!

Here are all the artists performing at this year’s Khatsahlano Street Festival:

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Hotel Mira will be headlining the Burrard Stage alongside femme-powered hip-hop group NADUH, alt-rock band Bend Sinister, Serengeti, Uncle Strut, and Nette – to name just a few artists.

Visitors can catch Babe Corner and their dreamy guitar riffs on the MacDonald Stage, along with singer, drag artist, and comedian Toddy, and rock artist Garret T. Willie.

The 12th annual Khatsahlano Street Party will take place between Burrard and MacDonald Streets on Saturday, July 6th from 11 am to 9 pm.

So mark your calendars and get excited, Vancouver!

Khatsahlano Street Party

When: Saturday, July 6th
Where: West Broadway, Kitsilano
Cost: Free admission