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This Canada Day, come together to celebrate summer and beat the heat at the coolest party in Kingston!

Canada Day will take place in Confederation Park, 209 Ontario Street, this year. The festivities start at 11 a.m. with the Canada Day Parade of People presented by Downtown Kingston and ends with an amazing fireworks display at 10 p.m., with loads of activities in between!

Three-time Scribble Jam champion and world-renowned DJ Skratch Bastid will bring the party to Springer Market Square at 8 p.m. Make sure to catch DJ Tedwin at 7 p.m. and Ayanda the DJ at 6 p.m. on the main stage.

Chill out in The Caesar Co. beer garden (all ages welcome, government-issued photo ID required to purchase alcoholic beverages) and grab a bite from some of the city's best food vendors.

Magicians, a rock climbing wall, Kids Zone, live music and so much more are waiting for you this Canada Day.  For complete details visit Canada Day including parking or transit info.

Funding provided by the Government of Ontario. Downtown Kingston programming supported by the Department of Canadian Heritage. 

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Kingston's vision of being a smart, livable and leading city is fast becoming reality. History and innovation thrive in our dynamic city located along the beautiful shores of Lake Ontario, an easy travel distance from Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal, in the heart of eastern Ontario. With a stable and diversified economy that includes global corporations, innovative startups and all levels of government, Kingston's high quality of life offers access to world-class education and research institutions, advanced healthcare facilities, affordable living and vibrant entertainment and tourism activities. 

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