Kelowna Made

An All-Ages Community Festival

Kelowna Made 2023

Presented by Lorval Developments

The 2nd annual Kelowna Made has over 60 FREE events and activities with something fun for everyone!

Saturday, August 26, 2023

  • CITY PARK | 9:00AM – 7:00PM
  • KERRY PARK | 4:00PM – 10:30PM
  • STUART PARK | 5:00PM – 10:00PM

Kelowna Made is a community-led celebration that offers inclusive, affordable fun for everyone. Join thousands of people of all ages for a day of fun, family-friendly activities at Kelowna Made. Smile, laugh, try some new things and make some great memories with friends, both old and new.

Thank you to our generous supporters.

August 26, 2023

Participate and Compete

There are so many ways to get involved and have fun at Kelowna Made. With over 60 activities, there really is something for everyone!

Some events require pre-registration to compete or book your spot. Click the event names and register for one of our fun competitions or family participation events today.

Area Schedules

Wondering what’s happening when? Check out the schedules and activities in each location!

There are no upcoming events at this time.

August 26, 2023

What to expect

2023 marks Kelowna Made’s second year, with even more events and activities at City Park, plus some new activations at Kerry Park and Stuart Park too!

This year’s one-day community festival will feature:

Pancake breakfast

Family Sandcastle Building Competition

Kelowna Made Belly Flop Championship

Kid's games and activities

Artistic workshops & cultural performances

Sports Demos

Live Music

Fashion Show

Parks Alive! Street Dance

And Even More!

Additional programming and activities to be announced

Who we are

What it means to be Kelowna Made

Kelowna is made of nature, heritage, and culture. It is made of sport, art, music, agriculture, food and drink. Kelowna is made of a valuable Indigenous tradition. Together, we make Kelowna.

This is what it means to be Kelowna Made.

way̓ x̌ast sx̌əlx̌ʕalt

As residents of Kelowna, we are appreciative guests of the syilx peoples. Our city, and this festival, are on their unceded, traditional and ancestral homelands.

The syilx culture is rich and vibrant. We are grateful for the opportunity to learn from the wisdom and experience of our syilx hosts while improving our relationship with tmixʷ and especially each other.

tmixʷ roughly translates to “all living things” and includes the land, water, animals, people, plants, and even spiritual connections. tmixʷ is the syilx understanding that humans have a sacred responsibility to protect all living things.