If you’re looking for some of the largest annual events to check out this summer, you’ll definitely want to add Vancouver’s 21st Chinatown Festival to the list.

Organized by the Vancouver Chinatown BIA Society, the festival will bring two days of free family-friendly fun to the city’s historic Chinatown neighbourhood, complete with an artisan marketplace, historical walking tour, food trucks, live music, and even a petting zoo. So whether you’re just stopping through or making a day of it with the whole family, you’ll find plenty of activities to enjoy here.

Visitors can also play MahJong, meet the festival’s own mascot, and explore themed corners, including a special kids section and a cultural diversity corner.

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The festival will commence at 11 am on Saturday, July 15th and Sunday, July 16th, and wrap up at 6 pm on both days, and will take place between Keefer and Columbia Street.

So there you have it, Vancouver! Mark your calendars and get ready to explore one of Vancouver’s most historic neighbourhoods.

21st Vancouver Chinatown Festival 

When: Saturday, July 15th and Sunday, July 16th
Where: Between Keefer and Columbia Street