It's something straight out of a kid's imagination that came to life!Fun City Festival is bringing an epic waterslide that's 1000 feet long going straight down a steep road to North Vancouver, BC. Slide The City is a unique opportunity to live out a wild fantasy in real life.
EARLIER: The waterslide was a huge hit last year and waterslide enthusiasts and kids at heart will be thrilled to see it again this year. Let's hope that this becomes an annual summer tradition that we can count on! Also, shout out to North Vancouver for being way more fun than Vancouver. Wouldn't it be amazing to shut down Main or Cambie Street and bomb down the road in a tube?
Wear your swimsuit and bring a towel because you'll get wet having fun at Slide The City. Whether you want to bring your own crazy inflatable tube or use one of theirs, either way, you'll have fun! Bring some friends with you and ask one of them to snap photos of you cruising down the street in your tube. Sliding down this epic waterslide has to be on your summer bucket list!
Fun City Festival with Slide The City takes place on Saturday, July 13 and Sunday, July 14 and you'll have two days to check out the 1,000 foot-long waterslide will down Lonsdale Avenue. Check out their website for more details and for ticket info.
Tickets go on sale on Monday, April 1 and they're cheaper if you get them early. A Triple slide pass is $20 and an all-day slide pass is $30 if you get them before May 2019!
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