The West 4th Avenue Khatsahlano Street Party is Vancouver’s largest free music and arts festival. Khatsahlano – or Kitsilano, as it is called in Vancouver – has multiple stages that showcase more than 50 of Vancouver’s top musical performers and the eclectic work of local artists and street performers. The fair spans over 10-block street from Burrard all the way to MacDonald Street. 

We were all so looking forward to celebrating Khatsahlano Street Party’s 10th birthday this summer, but due to the uncertainty of the COVID-19 situation, the event has sadly been canceled. The free, family-friendly street fair has rescheduled their 10th birthday to 10 July 2021, make sure to save the date!

However, if COVID-19 has taught us one thing, it’s how to improvise and make the best of things. You might not be able to enjoy the festival out in the streets, but nothing stops you from having your own celebration at home. “FYRE” is an incredible documentary, known as “The greatest party that never happened” and is readily available on Netflix. Or if you’re in the mood for something a little more upbeat? The newly released “Woodstock” movie is a great watch. Based on the Woodstock festival in 1969, the three-day event is said to have defined its generation. Turn up the volume and enjoy!

What’s a street festival without Vancouver’s favourite fried Chicken?

Khatsahlano is known for its great vibe and music and its wide variety of delicious food options. And what is a festival without delicious food? Church’s Chicken has you covered. Church’s Chicken takeout, delivery, and drive-through facilities are still available for your convenience during the lockdown. You can enjoy some of Vancouver’s favourite fried chicken while dancing like no one’s watching in the comfort of your living room.

Contact Church’s Chicken to place your order.