Join us at Wesley Clover Park for safe summer fun at the Drive-In

Festival Celebration & Drive-In Movie Night presented by RBC.  Indigenous movie screenings: “Kayak to Klemtu” and two family-friendly shorts. Enjoy complimentary popcorn courtesy of RBC.

Indigenous  Celebration and Drive-In Concert presented by OLG and Know History. Cultural showcase (Inuit Throat Singing and Hoop Dancing), performances by SIMAAs multi-award winners Silla and Rise and Twin Flames.  

Admission is FREE.   However venue capacity is limited so reservations are required. 

The ticket price indicated is actually your pre-purchase of a concession voucher.  100% of your ticket cost is redeemable for concession purchases.  

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Safari Jeff educates and captivates with his intriguing live reptiles and stunning HD multi media experience. Guests are treated to memorable moments, as this interactive event offers a “hands-on” experience with amazing reptiles for enthusiasts. Learn about the ecosystem, balances in nature, roles of wildlife and ancient dinosaur history all in one event.


Traditional Inuit throat singing is a game or competition usually done with two women. There is a leader and a follower, the leader sets the rhythm, the pace and the sound, and the follower repeats the sound.

Other Events

  • Festival Celebration & Drive-In Movies

    Wesley Clover Park 401 Corkstown Rd, Ottawa
    Summer Solstice Festival welcomes you to their Festival Celebration & Drive-In Movie Night on June 15th presented by RBC. Join us at Wesley Clover Park with Indigenous movies “Kayak to Klemtu” and two family-friendly shorts. Complimentary popcorn courtesy of RBC.

    June 15, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Indigenous Celebration & Drive-In Concert – NOW June 29th

    June 21st is National Indigenous Peoples Day across Canada. Celebrate with a summer evening of drive-in entertainment including a cultural showcase of Inuit Throat Singing & Hoop dancing (7 pm), performances by SSIMA’s Nominees Silla & Rise and Twin Flames (8 pm) and then, be mesmerized as 200 drones, in synchronized formation, fill the sky with light and colour to tell the story of Indigenous Ontario- exciting new drone show was specially commissioned by Indigenous Tourism Ontario. (10 pm).

    June 29, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm