Saturday, September 28
5:00 to 9:00 p.m.
University Way (outside University Centre), UBC Okanagan



Step right up and try your luck with games galore! Win prizes. Enjoy food trucks, a beer garden and an amazing line-up on the entertainment stage. It’s a celebration of all the things UBC and the Okanagan!

Admission is free. All are welcome.

Carnival Fun

Food, drinks and games for everyone, plus awesome prizes to win! Axe Monkeys will be onsite for everyone to try.

Use UBC Bucks for your Streetfest food, drinks and games. $15 in advance for $30 worth of Bucks (available while supplies last).

Register & pre-purchase UBC Bucks


Entertainment Stage

Hosted by Sparkle

Crowned the first-ever Kelowna’s Next Drag Superstar (KNDS) in 2012, Sparkle has been slaying the stage and hosting events such as Peak Pride and KNDS from 2017 to 2019.

She has performed in Kelowna, Kamloops, Revelstoke, Big White and Sun Peaks and loves to get out and meet new people. Lately she’s been spending time in the dance studio with her ‘Diamonds’ (back-up dancers) and is ready to show you a good time! Get ready for Kelowna’s worst kept secret…Sparkle!

featuring local indie favourite windmills

Windmills is the moniker of moody indie swoon pop artist, Cory Myraas.

A clever songwriter with strong lyrical command, the words in a Windmills song are always accompanied by a soundscape that tells you how to feel. A genuine one-man show, this is a musician in charge of his craft. Windmills has released two full-length records — Keep Moving and 2015’s Measures — and two EPs, most recently 2017’s Death Of A Ladies’ Man. Windmills has also completed multiple Canadian tours, secured performance spots at festivals like Rifflandia, Canadian Music Week, and Shambhala, and reached the Top 12 of the prestigious 2015 PEAK Performance Project. All the while, his popularity grows, breaking 1,000,000 plays on Spotify in one short year.

Warming up the stage will be: UBCO talent Post-Modern Connection, a Kelowna-based band who’s sound is best described as a blend of indie-soul, tinged with jazz and lightly dabbed in psychedelic rock; and Nuge Bird, an Indigenous beatboxer (also known as Mustard Man Kelowna) who will have you bumping, chanting and feeling inspired.

Connector Café

New this year! Have a chat with UBC alumni over coffee and learn about the Okanagan Connector Program, helping link job seekers to employers. In partnership with the Central Okanagan Economic Development Corporation.