All Nations Festival 2013

Date & Time: 
Sat, 2013-06-22 13:00 to 21:00

Celebrate the Salish Sea at spectacular Rocky Point Park, with 4 programmed areas and thousands of people! Festival Mainstage has hiphop, pop, blues, electronic, traditional dancers, singers and drummers. 

Joey Stylez
Sister Says
Ostwelve (MC, DJ set + live performance)
Niska Napoleon
Children of Takaya
Git Hayetsk
Discreet da chosen 1
Rachelle Poems George (reading Chief Dan George)
Zaccheus Jackson Nyce
Chinook SongCatchers
Christy Lee Charles
Tsa Tsu Takaya / Coastal Wolf Pack 
DJ Mukluk

Come early and catch the Coast Salish canoe arrivals with Tsleil Waututh, Kwikwetlem, Squamish and Musqueam Nations. The ocean-going canoes arrive at the pier at 1:30pm. The waterfront ceremony is hosted by Gabriel George, Carleen Thomas and Rueben George of the Tsleil Waututh Nation Sacred Trust.

Celebrate the City of Port Moody's Centennial, in association with the Aboriginal Education Program of School District 43, with the support of Tsleil Waututh Nation Sacred Trust, Open Road Mazda, and festival funding from Heritage Canada. 


Rain or shine | Port Moody is only 20 minutes east of Vancouver, drive east on East Hastings, thru Burnaby, along Barnett Hwy. Or take Skytrain to Coquitlam, then a bus. Easy to access with public transit, call 604-953-3333 or visit, or read posts on this event wall.


Admission is free, but donations welcome, with proceeds to Aboriginal community youth programming and events hosted by Coquitlam School District Aboriginal Education.

For more information, look up "ALL NATIONS FESTIVAL" on Facebook.

2800 Block Murray Street
v3h1x2 Port Moody
United States
49° 16' 43.9392" N, 122° 50' 44.8512" W