Once again Vancouver will be host to the Vaisakhi Parade. The annual Vaisakhi Parade, takes place on April 13, 2019 in Vancouver, British Columbia.
It takes place from about 10 am to 4 pm or so, starting at the Ross Street Temple at 8000 Ross Street just off Marine Drive in South Vancouver.
The event will once again host a lively and celebratory event to mark the most important time in the Sikh calendar, the celebration of the harvest and the birth of the Khalsa. The Vancouver Vaisakhi Parade is one of the largest Sikh parades in the world.
Attendees of all races and cultures are welcome at this celebratory and rich cultural event, which features a large number of floats, community performers and live music.
Vancouver’s Vaisakhi Parade also features a unique element which pays tribute to the harvest celebration roots of the parade – attendees are given free food and drink from hundreds of local residents and businesses.
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