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This huge 10-block street party in Vancouver sounds like an IRL music video

Get ready for some summer bops.
Khatsalano Street Party 2022
Khatsahlano Street Party is back on July 9, 2022, on West 4th Ave in Kitsilano, Vancouver.

Kitsilano's biggest block party is going to feel like an IRL music video.

Khatsahlano Street Party is taking over West 4th Avenue once again this summer and we're not complaining. Stretching across West 4th Avenue, the festival soundtrack will turn the ten blocks of food trucks, beer and seltzer gardens, games and shopping into the ultimate summer vibe on July 9, 2022.

Zulu Records' curated festival playlist will feature melodic, punk and even Australian folk rock performances plus other music genres.
Love is in the air and at the festival too! Keep an eye out for not one nor two but eight brides getting married at Khatsahlano this year. 

There will also be a Host Nations Pavilion to showcase local indigenous artists from the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations, like basket weaving, live carving and an Indigenous marketplace. 

The full 2022 lineup sounds promising:

Haley Blais,  ACTORS, The PackAD, Ashleigh Ball, Pointed Sticks, Kim Churchill, Teongibbs, Jngl (Teon Gibbs Ft. Iamtheliving), Jordan Klassen, Dacey, Ludic, Zach Gray, Meltt, Daysormay.

Empanadas Ilegales, Frankiee, Jasper Sloan Yip, Earth Tones, Bitterly Divine, Bookclub, Adewolf, Noble Son, Vox Rea, Brandon Wolfe Scott, Jody Glenham, David Beckingham, Maya & Ben, Norine Braun, Micaela Slinger, Francis Baptiste, Zoey Leven, Dan Moxon, Kylie V, Stephen Hamm, Kamikaze Nurse.

Girly.,  Taletta,  Jillian Lake, Hyaenas, Mohamed Assani, The Rubes, Mother Sun, Doohicky Cubicle, Ora Cogan, Serena Sun, Talel Mcbriar, Badmoney, Noca Project, Savannah Reed.

Muevete Marimba Ensemble, Somba, Music With Marnie, Matt Henry.

Khatsahlano Street Party

When: July 9 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Where: West 4th Ave between Burrard and MacDonald streets

Cost: Free

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