The Harmony Arts Festival is the North Shore’s premier summer event – visit the various seaside venues and experience the sights and sounds and of this award-winning festival. This festival is a celebration of music, performance, cinema and art that showcases the best of North Shore, regional, and national performing, visual and culinary arts.
The Harmony Arts Festival is held along West Vancouver’s stunning waterfront, so you can experience the scenery while enjoying creative visual and performing arts talent. Whether it’s world-class musical performances, inspiring visual art, delicious food or simply the natural beauty of the setting, there is something for everyone at the Harmony Arts Festival.
Food lovers will enjoy the many culinary events and an array of delicious food available at the Harmony Arts Festival.
There are many free concerts featuring some of the country’s most memorable performers on two outdoor stages: the Garden Stage and the Stage in John Lawson Park.
On Argyle Avenue, 14th Street – 16th Street The origins of the Harmony Arts Festival lies in the deep appreciation of visual arts, which is exemplified by the Fresh St. Market. Taking place in the row of white tents on Argyle Avenue from 14th to 16th Streets, high-quality artisans share their unique, handmade works in a tradition that is as old as the festival.
The Fresh St. Market Art Market vendors are juried by a panel of three experienced artisans and will show their one-of-a-kind work during the weekends. Visitors are encouraged to talk to artisans to understand their works and dedication to their craft.
Enjoy kid’s art workshops, art exhibitions, and family-friendly concerts, outdoor movies and activities.
Bring the kids down for artists-run workshops and hands-on art-making activities such as kite making, origami, button making, printmaking and more!
There is a bike lock area directly outside of the festival headquarters at the Music Box,1564 Argyle Avenue.
From Vancouver, take any of the following buses on Georgia Street going west to West Vancouver:
From North Vancouver, take this bus west to West Vancouver:
Street parking is limited, therefore we recommend using public transit. You may also wish to park your vehicle at the Park Royal Park and Ride.