Skip to Main Content

Since late April, the days have been full of family fun in the sun and A LOT of funnel cake. Guests have been enjoying all-new attractions, record-breaking rides, splash zones and waterslides, live entertainment, festivals and even Celebration Canada 150 - a month-long homage to Canada’s birthday.

Skip to Next Section

Last Blast of Summer at Canada's Wonderland

Amanda Vagners

Public Relations Coordinator

Since late April, the days have been full of family fun in the sun and A LOT of funnel cake. Guests have been enjoying all-new attractions, record-breaking rides, splash zones and waterslides, live entertainment, festivals and even Celebration Canada 150 - a month-long homage to Canada’s birthday. To say this season was jam-packed is an understatement. Even though summer is winding down, we’re not ready to close this chapter on the 2017 season!

Here are the top three events happening over the Labour Day long weekend at the Park, promising the last blast you’re looking for:

1. Food Truck Festival: September 2 and 3

Beep beep - the 3rd Annual Food Truck Festival is rolling into Canada’s Wonderland! This festival will be taking over the Action Zone area on Saturday, September 2 and Sunday, September 3, from 12pm – 10pm. 

We’re going to take you on a unique culinary experience with 15 local food trucks taking part from all over the GTA. That’s not all. You can also enjoy performances by the talented Mike Walmsley Band and Stacey Renee.

Sounds yummy? Learn more about the Food Truck Festival and to purchase your Daily Tickets or 2018 Season Pass click here.

2. Season Passholder Appreciation Weekend: September 2, 3 and 4

We want to show some love and appreciation to our dedicated Season Passholders. Between Saturday, September 2 and Monday, September 4, Passholders will receive exclusive perks and discounts for merchandise and games.

Season Passholders will also receive access to some of our most thrilling attractions during special Early Ride Times over the weekend. Leviathan, Behemoth, and our all-new ride, Soaring Timbers, are the best ways to cap off your summer of fun and make more memories at the Park.

Learn more about SP Appreciation Weekend and purchase your discounted Bring-A-Friend tickets (as low as $23.99) here.

3. Long Weekend Fireworks: September 3

Go out with a bang during the Park’s last blast of summer! Our annual Labour Day long weekend fireworks display is on Sunday, September 3 at 10pm* (weather permitting). This show is approximately 30 minutes and features a unique pyrotechnic design and an original soundtrack that is known to draw crowds from all over Toronto/Greater Toronto Area.

It’s also the final weekend to take in one of the many great shows at the park including Cirque Canadien, Chinese Acrobats, Flying Frontenacs, Charlie Brown’s Happy Campers and Starlight – Northern Reflections.

It’s true that time flies when you’re having fun. We hope to cap off a fantastic summer with all of you this Labour Day weekend!

 

Purchase your 2018 Season Pass to take advantage of benefits for renewing and new passholders!

 

 

Share This

Amanda Vagners

Public Relations Coordinator

Post a Comment

Skip to Next Section

Looking For A Fun Summer Job? We're Hiring!

It’s a new year, which means a new season is on its way, creating a ton of new opportunities.
Read More

Flashback: Building a Wonderland for the amusement of millions

Travel back to 1980 when Wonderland rose from the ground among the farmland in Maple
Read More

10 Ways the Park Preps for Winter

Just because the gates are closed, it doesn’t mean there isn’t a lot of work going on behind-the-scenes!
Read More

Canada’s Wonderland hosts students for Scare School

Who said school was boring? A trip to Canada’s Wonderland can not only be thrilling, but also educational!
Read More

Getting spooked at Camp Spooky

It’s that time of year! Time to get spooked at Camp Spooky at Canada’s Wonderland. The kids haven’t visited Canada’s Wonderland yet this year, so when we got the invite to go we jumped on it.
Read More

Halloween Haunt is an epic scream

I love Halloween. A day of costumes, candy, and creepiness. It is a fun time to bring children together to visit the generous homes in their local neighbourhoods, as well as a fun time for adults to get creative with masquerade balls aplenty.
Read More

See Devil’s Circus, Sentimentalists and Sinner’s Lounge at Halloween Haunt

At Canada’s Wonderland, we have all your scary and creepy cravings covered with our annual Halloween Haunt event. Once you enter the Park after 7 p.m. on weekends, there are over more than 700 monsters and creatures that sneak into your personal space, praying on your deepest fears, and eager to hear your loudest, most blood-curdling screams.
Read More

The Making Of A Halloween Haunt Monster

Blood, blood and more (fake) blood… Canada’s Wonderland’s annual Halloween Haunt attracts not only daring visitors from across Toronto and the GTA, but also all kinds of zombies, ghouls and menacing monsters.
Read More

A Parent’s Guide to Camp Spooky

Canada’s Wonderland’s annual daytime Halloween event, Camp Spooky, takes place during weekends from September 30 - October 29, and is located in KidZville and Planet Snoopy areas.
Read More

5 Things to Know About Halloween Haunt

Halloween Haunt is Canada’s premier fall event that will terrorize your thoughts and infect your mind, long after you leave.
Read More