Honda Canada has been the Title Partner of the Celebration of Light since 2012,
supporting BC’s largest live event.
Honda Canada is proud to be the Title Partner of the Celebration of Light, the event that lights up our region like no other.
Returning for its 28th year in 2018, the Honda Celebration of Light is the longest running offshore fireworks competition in the world. Each year, the event welcomes over 1m people to the shores of English Bay in Vancouver to enjoy three nights of spectacular fireworks by the world’s best pyrotechnic teams.
As a global company with a local vision, Honda is committed to supporting the Celebration of Light’s free, family-friendly programming and its significant contribution to fostering community and togetherness in Vancouver.
Honda looks forward to welcoming you to the Honda Celebration of Light on July 28, August 1 and August 4 this year!
CAN’T-MISS HONDA ACTIVATIONS THIS SUMMER
In addition to its year-round partnership, Honda presents fun and interactive on-site activations at the Celebration of Light. The Honda Zone at Davie and Denman showcases the latest Honda vehicles as well as music, contests and giveaways. The Honda activation at Second Beach includes seating and umbrellas at the Park Stage, as well as product displays and the ever-popular free popsicles. Honda also provides production vehicles for the pyrotechnic teams.
ABOUT HONDA CANADA
At Honda, The Power of Dreams drives us to create intelligent products that enhance mobility and increase the joy in people’s lives. It is this mindset that guides us to help move people forward and protect the future we all share.
Honda Canada Inc. is the Canadian division of the Honda Motor Company. Founded in 1969, Honda has been building cars in Canada since 1986 in Alliston, Ontario. Today, Honda and its dealers employ more than 19,000 Canadians, buys $2.1 billion of goods from Canadian-based suppliers and produces approximately 400,000 vehicles annually. Simply put, Honda is a remarkable Canadian success story that will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2019.