TICKETS

Douglas Park

20550 Douglas Crescent, Langley City

June 30th – 3rd | 7:00pm     July 4th | 2:00pm

Doors open 1 hour before the performance!

We offer premium seating under our BIV Tent.  The BIV Tent includes a chair and priority lounge service

Douglas Park By Donation

Be sure to bring a Chair or Blanket

TOWNSHIP 7 WINERY

21152 16 Ave, Langley

July 8th – 10th | 7pm     July 11th | 2pm

July 15th – 17th | 7pm    July 18th | 2pm

Doors open 1 hour before the performance!

Come enjoy this premiere location in the vineyards of the Township 7 Winery

ECO DAIRY

1356 Sumas Way, Abbotsford

July 23rd & 24th | 7:00pm

Doors open 1 hour before the performance!

 We invite you to bring a bucket to pick some blueberries in the fields.

Natures Pickins will have a selection of eats available.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Douglas Park Free

Admission at Douglas Park is by donation or seating under our BIV tent for $25.  Chairs will only be made available to the BIV Tent seating. Please ensure you bring a chair or blanket.

Pets

Douglas Park allows pets on a leash. Please remember to clean up after your pet.

What to Bring!

Township 7

  • Bring a snack and a blanket.

Douglas Park By Donation

  • Feel free to bring a chair or a blanket to enjoy the show.

ECO Dairy

  • Bring a bucket or something to carry home blueberries!

All locations

  • Bring a blanket. The MidSummer Nights can get chilly
  • Come 1 hour early to get a great spot and enjoy the vendors

 

 

 

 

Accessibility

Bard in the Valley is committed to ensuring all our guest have a great experience. We will do our best to support anyone who has special mobility and physical circumstances.

Douglas Park offers close parking and side walks. Please let us know when purchasing tickets how best we can accommodate you.

Eco Dairy offers concrete walkways and seating area. Terrain at all locations can vary depending on recent weather.

Acknowledgement

BIV’s productions are performed on the stolen lands of the Kwantlen, Katzie, Matsqui, Sumas, and Semiahmoo, First Nations.