The White Rock Buskers Festival is back for a second year and the laughs are going to be bigger and better than ever. With a new name, it’s now the 5 Corners Buskers & Comedy Festival, and an added focus on comedy, get ready to laugh all day long in White Rock on Saturday, September 28.

During the day (noon – 4:30pm), top quality street performers will bring free, family-friendly thrills to busking stops across the 5 Corners and Uptown areas of White Rock, and at night, indoor venues come alive with some of the region’s most hilarious comedy acts at ticketed performances for the grown-ups.

With over 30 busker performances scheduled to take place throughout the day, you’re guaranteed to find something to inspire and entertain. From magicians, jugglers, and contortionists to an organ grinder, hilarious clowns and wildly musical performers.  (A schedule of the daytime events can be found here.)

Ticketed evening events include:

Marrying the highly silly with the highly cerebral, it’s Vancouver comedian Charlie Demers in the intimate Islands Cafe! Tickets –

Experience local White Rock comedian and Addictive Comedy visionary Lizzie Allan in the intimate Laura’s Coffee Corner! Tickets:

The award-winning The Fictionals Comedy Co. is teaming up with The Drama Class to create a special improv comedy jam! Tickets:

Catch rising star comedian Sunee Dhaliwal at HIllcrest Bakery & Deli! Tickets:

And nationally-known comedy stars John Beuhler, Lark Miller and MC Harris Anderson are performing an already sold-out show at Blue Frog Studios.

The 5 Corners Buskers & Comedy Festival is presented by the City of White Rock in partnership with the White Rock BIA.

For tickets, and more information on the shows, visit



3 responses to “5 Corners Buskers & Comedy Festival

  1. A list of the events !? Where when? Wanna go sat. With 11 and 13 year olds , but really have no idea what’s going on and where ? Cost , sold out ? What shows are on ?

    1. If you follow the link for the festival website that is in the article you’ll find a schedule of events with times and locations. The daytime shows are all free and the evening events, also listed, are ticketed.

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