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About the Festival

Organized by Canadian Community Action & Restorative Empowerment Society, a non-profit organization founded in 2019.


The largest bubble tea (aka pearl milk tea, boba tea) festival in Canada — is returning on July 19-21 this summer.

Experience the Canada Bubble Tea Festival: Where Over a Hundred Booths Await, Overflowing with Boba Bliss and Culinary Wonders! Dive Into a Flavorful Wonderland of Exotic Tea Creations and Tapioca Treasures.


Amidst the Festivities, Delight in Outdoor Movies Bathed in Daylight, Cheer on Contestants in Thrilling Got Talent Competitions, and Engage in Interactive Learning Games for All Ages.


From Cultural Experiences to Culinary Delights, Unite with Communities Across Canada in a Celebration of Unity, Diversity, and Boba Brilliance. Experience the Joy, Excitement, and Flavorful Adventures Awaiting at the Canada Bubble Tea Festival!”

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Our festival is a feast for the senses, featuring a diverse array of bubble tea vendors serving up refreshing concoctions bursting with flavor and tapioca pearls. But that’s not all – we’ve also curated a lineup of top-notch street food and food truck vendors, offering an eclectic mix of culinary delights from around the globe.


As you explore the festival grounds, you’ll discover merchants showcasing unique products, from handcrafted artisanal goods to trendy fashion accessories. And don’t forget to visit our nonprofit organizations, who are dedicated to making a positive impact in our community.



The Bubble Tea Festival offers a dynamic entertainment lineup featuring outdoor movies, live performances, talent shows, and interactive activities. From captivating dance routines to engaging workshops, there's something for everyone to enjoy. With a dedicated kids' zone and plenty of opportunities to showcase talent, this festival promises non-stop fun for all ages.

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Press Conference

2023 Versante Hotel Bubble Tea Festival coming this summer to Burnaby

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