Visitor Info

 

Welcome to Fort Langley! The Festival is held in the beautiful village of Fort Langley. Framed by the Fraser River, this idyllic location is the perfect place to get your fix of music, art, culture, culinary delights, and great outdoor adventures.

 

 
 

Getting here 

Fort Langley is about a 40-minute drive east from downtown Vancouver on the Trans-Canada Highway.

From Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster and the North shore areas: Follow the Trans-Canada Highway/BC-1 East to 232 St/BC-10E. Take exit 66 from Trans-Canada Hwy/BC-1E. Continue on 232 St to Glover Road. 

From Richmond and Delta: Follow Highway 99 South to Highway 10. Follow Highway 10 east to Glover Road. Turn left at Glover Road and follow it north to Fort Langley.

From areas east of Fort Langley: Follow Trans-Canada Highway/BC-1 West to the 232ndStreet North exit. Take exit 66 from Trans-Canada Hwy/BC-1W. Continue on 232 St to Glover Road. 

From Washington State: Follow the I-5 north to Bellingham. Turn off at the Bellis Fair Mall exit and go north on Guide Meridan. Go for 15 miles to the Aldergrove border crossing. Continue north on 264thStreet to Trans-Canada Hwy/BC 1W to 232 Street. Take exit 66 from the Trans-Canada Hwy/BC-1W. Continue on 232nd St to Glover Road. 

From the north side of the Fraser River: Take Highway 7, Lougheed Highway, to the Golden Ears Bridge to cross the Fraser River. Turn east (left) on 96thStreet on the south side of the river and follow into Fort Langley. 

By Transit

Located east of Vancouver in the lower Fraser Valley, Fort Langley can be reached from downtown Vancouver in about 2 hours using public transit. You will easily be able to spend the better part of a day enjoying the Festival and exploring the historic site and the neighbouring village, making this an ideal spot for a day trip from Vancouver.To plan your trip, call Translink at 604-953-3333, visit the TransLink website,Translink Trip Planner or try Google maps


Where to stay?

For preferred room rates visit Holiday Inn Express & Suites Langley and ask for the Fort Langley Jazz and Arts Festival rate.

Contact Tourism Langley for information about hotel, bed and breakfasts and camping & RV options.

Where to eat?

There are many restaurants in Fort Langley. From fine dining, to pub food, to cafes and bistros—there’s something for everyone’s taste. 

Beatnicks Bistro
http://beatniksbistro.com/

Blacksmith Bakery
http://www.blacksmithbakery.ca/

Eighteen27
http://www.1827.ca/

Fortitude Restaurant
http://www.fortituderestaurant.com/

Fort Langley Pub
https://www.fortpub.com/

Iron Chef Sushi
http://www.ironcheflangley.com/

Little Donkey Burritos
https://www.littledonkey.ca/

Mangia e Scappa Italian Restaurant
http://mangiaescappa.com/

The River and Rail
http://riverandrailrestaurant.com/

Saba Café and Bistro
https://www.facebook.com/sabacafeandbistro/

Tokyo Garden

Trading Post Brewing Taphouse & Eatery
https://tradingpostbrewing.com/

Wendel’s Bookstore & Café
http://www.wendelsonline.com/

Where to park?

We encourage carpooling for festival attendees coming from outside of Fort Langley. Free public parking is available throughout the community. 

Free parking is available at Living Waters Church,
9095 Glover Road and http://www.lwchurch.ca/
and at Fort Langley Evangelical Free Church,
8870 Glover Road https://www.flefc.org/