Welcome to the 50th Annual Seabird Island First Nations Festival

The Annual Seabird Island First Nations Festival offers youth, young adults and adults alike an opportunity to showcase their culture and history through Soccer, Baseball, and War Canoe races.

Forms & Pricing

We encourage all teams and/or vendors to have your registration and payment options form submitted to secure your spot.

For more information contact Charlene Point the events coordinator at charlenep@seabirdisland.ca or phone 604-796-6813.

Pricing may be subject to change.

Prize Winnings – Sport Events

1st – $2500
2nd – $1000
3rd – $700

Sports teams – Registration Forms

Soccer – Registration Form

Baseball – Registration Form

War Canoe – Registration Form

Payment Options – Form

Payment Options Form

Vendors – Application Form

Vendor Application Form

Food Vendor


Retail Vendor


Additional 10 x 10 Space



With games and events running from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. you’re sure to be busy!


It is an honour and a privilege to welcome teams from across British Columbia to share this opportunity to showcase their culture and history through Soccer, Baseball, Ball Hockey and War Canoe races.

Two day event

Games run from 8:00am to 6:00pm and each day is packed with competition, fun, and showcases the rich First Nations cultural diversity that exists in British Columbia.

Rain or shine

No matter the weather, we have fun outdoor and indoor events. Don’t forget to pack sunscreen, an umbrella and be ready to enjoy Festival!

Traditional foods & vendors

Enjoy a traditional salmon barbeque lunch, bannock, indian tacos, cultural events, and support local First Nations artisans and business owners!

Now offering debit!

You can now pay for parking, concession, and many vendors with debit cards! We also offer an on-site ATM machine if you still need cash.

Seabird Island First Nations Festival 2018

Our sponsors

“One of the best festivals I have ever attended. As a non-First Nations person, it was a wonderful opportunity to learn about the community first hand.”

- Nicola Archibald