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Presented by Odlum Brown, the Harmony Arts Festival will return in 2023.

Join us for live music and celebrate visual and culinary art in our community.

Getting to the festival 
 

The festival takes place in West Vancouver along the waterfront on Argyle Avenue, from 14th to 16th Street. 

Getting to the festival

Information about these arts facilities

History
 

We acknowledge that the Harmony Arts Festival is on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Squamish Nation, Tsleil-Waututh Nation, and Musqueam Nation. We recognize and respect them as nations in this territory, as well as their historic connection to the lands and waters around us since time immemorial.

Harmony Arts Festival, presented by Odlum Brown Limited, began 32 years ago with a simple dream: to give the North Shore a festival worthy of its unparalleled setting. Read more.

Zero Waste
 

The festival is proud to be a Zero Waste Festival. In 2019, the festival further improved by diverting 87.5 per cent of its waste from landfills with the support of Green Chair Recycling.

  • 723 bags of garbage saved
  • 5,550 kg of items recycled
  • 15.9 tonnes of CO2 saved (the equivalent of driving 260 round trips from Vancouver to Whistler)

FAQ

Can I bring my own alcohol?

Due to provincial liquor licensing restrictions during Harmony Arts Festival, festival-goers will not be permitted to bring their own alcohol into the fenced dining area.

Park visitors are permitted to bring their own alcohol to the alcohol allowed zones that are outside the fenced area:

  • Ambleside Landing
  • John Lawson Park (excluding the playground)
  • Dundarave Park (excluding the playground)

Learn more about alcohol consumption in public parks

Can I bring my water bottle?

Yes, we encourage you to bring a reusable water bottle and refill it at our water station in John Lawson Park.

Can I bring my dog?

We love your furry friends but dogs are only permitted along Argyle Avenue at the Art Market.

Will there be a bike valet?

We’ve heard from the cycling community and have made bike racks available throughout the festival site.

The festival takes place in West Vancouver along the waterfront on Argyle Avenue, from 14th to 16th Street. 

Getting to the festival

Information about these arts facilities