UFC 251: Masvidal Vs Usman – Date, Start Time, TV Channel, Live Stream, Full Card And Fight Island Venue

UFC is heading to Fight Island – and it will host potentially the biggest fight of the year.

Abu Dhabi’s Yas Island is the venue for UFC 251, which is one of the Emirates’ most popular leisure, shopping and entertainment destinations.

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In order to comply with public health regulations set out by the Emirate government, DCT Abu Dhabi will create a safety zone of ten square miles of Yas Island.

It will include an arena, hotel, training facilities and dining establishments.

This zone will only be open to UFC athletes and their coaches, UFC staff and other event personnel and Yas Island employees who will be necessary to ensure the safe and efficient operation of the facilities.

When is UFC 251?
The pay-per-view UFC spectacle will be on Saturday, July 11.

There will be no fans in attendance so the UFC doesn’t need to worry about the local timing of the event.

Gilbert Burns was originally slated to appear at the event, but was forced to pull out after testing positive for Covid-19.

But according to ESPN, following last-gasp negotiations the 35-year-old Jorge Masvidal looks to have agreed a deal with the UFC to fill in on seven days notice and finally settle the score with Usman.

Early prelims – 11pm-1am UK time / 6-8 pm ET
Prelims – 1-3am UK time / 8-10 pm ET
Main card – From 3am UK time / From 10pm ET
This will be followed by successive fight nights on Wednesday July 15, Saturday July 18 and Saturday July 25.

Yas Island includes an arena, hotel, training facilities, and dining establishments What TV channel is UFC 251 on and can I live stream it?
BT Sport will be showing Fight Island exclusively from July 11.

The event will NOT be a pay-per-view event here in the UK, being shown on BT Sport 1.

What is the UFC 251 fight card?
The main card for UFC 251 is as follows:

Masvidal vs. Usman
Volkanovski vs. Holloway
Yan vs. Aldo
Namajunas vs. Andrade 2
VanZant vs. Ribas
What is Fight Island?
Fight Island is the name given to the island where the fights will be taking place.

UFC President Dana White said: “We came up with the idea of having fights on ‘Fight Island’ because we needed a destination to hold international events during the global pandemic.

“The infrastructure we are building will be such a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the fighters that’s never been done before – from the arena, the private training facility, and the Octagon on the island – it’s going to be an experience that none of us will ever forget.”

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The huge UFC 251 card is coming up this weekend as the world’s premier mixed martial arts promotion heads to ‘Fight Island’.

UFC president Dana White has pulled out all the stops to keep the action going despite the issues of the coronavirus pandemic.

UFC 249 and UFC 250 were both massive hits with the fans, while White has put on regular shows behind closed doors throughout the lockdown.

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Now it’s nearly time for the Ultimate Fighting Championship to head to the Abu Dhabi desert and ‘Fight Island.’

White has been determined to put on shows at a purpose-built and isolated location on an island since lockdown began.

That dream will come true soon as the UFC put on four shows on Yas Island.

Gilbert Burns had to pull out of the main event at UFC 251 but Jorge Masvidal has stepped in for a title shot against Kamaru Usman.

UFC 251: Date and start time
The event is set to take place on July 12 and will be held behind closed doors.

The main event is slated to get underway at around 5am.

It will be the first event to take place on what has become known as ‘Fight Island’, which has been revealed to be located in Abu Dhabi.

Yas Island has held three previous UFC events including UFC 112 and UFC 242.

UFC 251: TV and live stream
BT Sport 1 will broadcast the event with their coverage of the prelims starting at 1am. Their main show starts at 3am ahead of Usman vs Masvidal.

The show will be live streamed on BT Sport’s website and app.

The early prelims will be shown on UFC’s Fight Pass for subscribers as normal.

In the US, all prelim bouts will be simulcast on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN+ in English and Spanish.

The main event on ESPN+ will be pay-per-view in the US.

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Main card

Kamaru Usman (c) vs. Jorge Masvidal – Welterweight
Alexander Volkanovski (c) vs. Max Holloway – Featherweight
Petr Yan vs. Jose Aldo – Bantamweight
Jessica Andrade vs. Rose Namajunas – Women’s Strawweight
Amanda Ribas vs. Paige VanZant – Women’s Flyweight
Preliminary Card

Volkan Oezdemir vs. Jiri Prochazka – Light Heavyweight
Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos vs. Muslim Salikhov – Welterweight
Makwan Amirkhani vs. Danny Henry – Featherweight
Leonardo Santos vs. Roman Bogatov – Lightweight
Marcin Tybura vs. Alexander Romanov – Heavyweight
Raulian Paiva vs. Zhalgas Zhumagulov – Flyweight
Karol Rosa vs. Vanessa Melo – Women’s Bantamweight
Davey Grant vs. Martin Day – Bantamweight
Paige VanZant will face Amanda Ribas at UFC 251

Paige VanZant will face Amanda Ribas at UFC 251 UFC 251: What has been said?
On ‘Fight Island’, Dana White said: “We came up with the idea of having fights on ‘Fight Island’ because we needed a destination to hold international events during the global pandemic.

“Abu Dhabi has been an amazing location to hold fights over the past 10 years and it is the perfect place for these events.

“The infrastructure we are building will be such a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the fighters that’s never been done before – from the arena, the private training facility, and the Octagon on the island – it’s going to be an experience that none of us will ever forget.

“I can’t wait to deliver amazing fights from Yas island.”

UFC 251 Usman Vs Masvidal: Start Time, How To Watch Or Stream Online And Full Fight Card

Masvidal, after his win over Nate Diaz.

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UFC 251 just got interesting. Real interesting.

After Gilbert Burns was removed from UFC 251’s main event title fight against current champ Kamaru Usman at the last minute, most assumed the welterweight title would no longer be on the line this Saturday. Not so.

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Enter Jorge Masvidal.
Masvidal has officially passed a mandatory COVID-19 test, so now the man they call Street Jesus — who most recently beat Nate Diaz for the one-off BMF title — will be replacing Gilbert Burns and facing off against Usman in the main event of UFC 251.

Which is great news for fans. Usman vs. Masvidal is the fight most people wanted to see in the first place. Previous negotiations between UFC boss Dana White and Masvidal had gone awry, forcing White to go with Burns instead, but desperate times call for desperate measures and it looks like White and Masvidal got the deal done at the 11th hour. This blockbuster title fight is now a go.

Right now Masvidal is one of the most charismatic and high profile fighters in the UFC, so this one should be a biggie. As a style match-up it’s fascinating. Masvidal is a striker with world class take down defence. Usman is a grinding wrestler, with a great gas tank and an evolving kickboxing game. Given this is a short notice fight for Masvidal, Usman will be the betting favourite — but remember what happened the last time Masvidal faced off against a grinding wrestler?

You’d be crazy to write off Masvidal here.

How to watch UFC 251
This year the UFC entered a new partnership with ESPN. That’s great news for the UFC and the expansion of the sport of MMA, but bad news for consumer choice. If you want to watch UFC live in the US especially.

In the US, if you’re looking to watch UFC 251, you’ll only find the fight night on PPV through ESPN Plus. The cost structure is a bit confusing, but here are the options to watch UFC on ESPN, according to ESPN’s site.

Existing yearly ESPN Plus subscribers can order the upcoming UFC fight for $65.
Existing monthly ESPN Plus subscribers will be able to either upgrade to an annual plan and buy UFC PPV for $85 or purchase the ability to watch UFC PPV for $65 by itself.
New ESPN Plus subscribers can buy a bundle of one UFC PPV event (streaming in HD) and an ESPN Plus annual recurring subscription for $85. The ESPN Plus annual ESPN subscription will autorenew after one year, at the price of an ESPN Plus annual subscription at the time of autorenewal.
You can do all of the above at the link below.

Start time US
The main card starts at June 6, 10 p.M. ET (7 p.M. PT)
The prelims start at June 6, 8 p.M. ET (5 p.M. PT)
The early prelims start at June 6, 6 p.M. ET (3 p.M. PT)

UK
The main card starts at June 7, 3 a.M. BST
The prelims start at June 7, 1 a.M. BST
The early prelims start at June 6, 11 p.M. BST
Australia
The main card starts at June 7, 12 p.M. AEDT
The prelims start at June 7, 10 a.M. AEDT
The early prelims start at June 7, 8 a.M. AEDT

Fight Card Main Card
Kamaru Usman vs. Jorge Masvidal
Alexander Volkanovski vs. Max Holloway
Petr Yan vs. Jose Aldo
Jessica Andrade vs. Rose Namajunas
Amanda Ribas vs. Paige VanZant

Prelims
Volkan Oezdemir vs. Jiri Prochazka
Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos vs. Muslim Salikhov
Makwan Amirkhani vs. Danny Henry
Leonardo Santos vs. Roman Bogatov
Early Prelims (On UFC Fight Pass)
Marcin Tybura vs. Alexandr Romanov
Raulian Paiva vs. Zhalgas Zhumagulov
Karol Rosa vs. Vanessa Melo
Martin Day vs. Davey Grant

What about the undercard?
Well it’s fantastic. The main card in particular is spectacular, packing three title fights. Max Holloway attempt to regain his featherweight crown against current champ Alexander Volkanovski. Absolute banger. Petr Yan vs. Jose Aldo might not be the Bantamweight title fight most MMA experts wanted, but it’s a great match-up featuring two of the best strikers in the UFC.

We also get to see the return of former strawweight queen Rose Namajunas. Man. This is a UFC card for the ages and you’d be crazy to miss it.

Watch Kamaru Usman Have Tough Sparring Session With Justin Gaethje Before UFC 251 Against Gilbert Burns

Kamaru Usman is preparing for his welterweight title defence against Gilbert Burns by enlisting Justin Gaethje as a sparring partner.

‘The Nigerian Nightmare’ will defend his 170lbs belt for the second time on Fight Island on July 11 at UFC 251 – a card containing three world title fights.

Justin Gaethje and Kamaru Usman set about trading leather as their session ended up on the feet

Justin Gaethje (Instagram)

Justin Gaethje and Kamaru Usman set about trading leather as their session ended up on the feet
Usman will take on one of the most in-form fighters on the UFC roster in Burns, who leapfrogged Jorge Masvidal and Leon Edwards to claim a title shot.

The Brazilian trained with Usman at Sandford MMA in Florida, so the champion decided to switch camps for this fight so as to not reveal secrets ahead of the scrap.

And it has led him to train with interim lightweight champion Gaethje in Denver, with the pair working under the tutelage of Trevor Wittman.

Given they are both represented by Dominance MMA, seeing the two train together is hardly surprising. What may come as a shock is the intensity and brutality of the training sessions less than two weeks away.

Gaethje shared the footage on his Instagram account, with Wittman looking on in the background like an excited spectator.

“Iron sharpens iron,” he wrote. “How much would you pay to watch this for a few rounds? @usman84kg is looking like a straight killer.

“Glad to have him in the room. Just two dudes having fun”

Although switching between Colorado and Florida would have been a huge upheaval for the 33-year-old, Usman admitted he had planned on making the switch simply because of the surplus of contenders at 170lbs.

Gaethje claimed the interim lightweight strap against Tony Ferguson in May

Gaethje claimed the interim lightweight strap against Tony Ferguson in May
“I think eventually I would have changed things up anyway,” Usman told Low Kick MMA.

“We had a lot of welterweights at that gym. At some point, when you’re training with these guys on a daily basis and you’re the champion of the world, these guys know you in and out and if they get the better of you one day, they’re licking their chops thinking it’s their time.

“A little separation from that is good. It keeps that element of surprise, because these guys feel like they know you.

“One thing I firmly believe is that it’s my work. You can be with a great coach, but if you’re not putting the effort in, that coach isn’t going to help you win. That coach isn’t going to get in and fight for you. I know I put the work in.”

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Jorge Masvidal ‘absolutely Willing’ To Fight Kamaru Usman At UFC 251 On A Week’s Notice After Gilbert Burns Gets COVID-19

Jorge Masvidal is ‘absolutely willing’ to replace Gilbert Burns and face Kamaru Usman for the UFC welterweight world title on a week’s notice.

That’s according to his manager, who insists ‘Gamebred’ is ready and willing to live up to his moniker.

Burns was forced to withdraw from the main event at UFC 251 after contracting coronavirus to leave the main event on July 15 on Yas Island in serious jeopardy.

Jorge Masvidal could well face Kamaru Usman at UFC 251 on a week’s notice

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Jorge Masvidal could well face Kamaru Usman at UFC 251 on a week’s notice
However, reports have emerged suggesting Masvidal could well step up and save the day.

According to Ariel Helwani, manager Abraham Kawa has confirmed the BMF champion is ‘absolutely willing’ to step up and take the fight on a week’s notice.

The UFC desperately tried to book Masvidal against Usman earlier in the year, targeting the first week of July for International Fight Week.

Yet when the coronavirus crisis struck, financial limitations meant the company were unable to offer Masvidal terms he felt were right for him and he began to fire off some serious accusations about the way fighters are treated by the UFC and Dana White.

Masvidal knocked out Ben Askren in just six seconds at UFC 239

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Masvidal knocked out Ben Askren in just six seconds at UFC 239
But, provided compensation and reparations can be agreed between White and Masvidal, it seems all could be forgiven.

The 35-year-old enjoyed a sensational 2019, stopping Darren Till, Ben Askren and Nate Diaz to cement himself as a true pay-per-view superstar in the sport.

But the challenge posed to any welterweight by Usman is a daunting one; the ‘Nigerian Nightmare’ is ranked No.6 on the pound-for-pound rankings and has lost just once in 17 professional fights.

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How To Watch UFC 251 Online: Live Stream Usman Vs. Burns

Update: Gilbert Burns has tested positive for COVID-19 and will not compete against Kamaru Usman in UFC 251, according to ESPN. The UFC is yet to make an official announcement, but the fight is expected to be rescheduled at a later date. The two other title fights scheduled for UFC 251 (Alexander Volkanovski vs Max Holloway and Jose Aldo vs Petr Yan) are still expected to take place on July 11. 

After postponing events earlier this year due to the coronavirus outbreak, UFC CEO Dana White wasted no time in getting things back up and running. White promised MMA fans that the UFC would be the first sports league to start hosting live events again, and even hinted a private Fight Island would serve as a venue for future shows. That time has finally come: On Saturday, July 11, UFC 251 is hosting three explosive championship matches at Yas Island in the United Arab Emirates. Here’s everything you need to know about UFC 251: Usman vs. Burn, including the start time, the full card, and where you can tune into the all-important UFC 251 live stream (spoiler: it’s a pay-per-view event that will broadcast exclusively on ESPN+ in the US — sign up now and save $30).

Date: Saturday, July 11, 2020Time: TBALocation: Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab EmiratesArena: UFC Fight IslandHow To Watch UFC 251 Online In The U.S. 

The entire UFC 251 fight card is a pay-per-view event, and due to ESPN’s tight relationship with the Ultimate Fighting Championship, you’ll need ESPN+ if you want to live stream UFC 251 (this premium streaming platform is currently the only way to watch UFC pay-per-views). The good news is that ESPN+ is cheap at just $5 per month or $50 per year, and along with UFC events, your ESPN+ membership gives you access to a huge spread of other sports content. This bundle offer sweetens the deal, letting you score a year’s worth of ESPN+ along with the UFC 251 PPV package for just $85 — $30 less than the price of buying them separately.UFC 251 Fight CardKamaru Usman vs. Gilbert Burns (welterweight)Alexander Volkanovski vs. Max Holloway (featherweight)Petr Yan vs. José Aldo (bantamweight)Jéssica Andrade vs. Rose Namajunas (women’s strawweight)Amanda Ribas vs. Paige VanZant (women’s flyweight)

Most UFC pay-per-views feature at least one championship bout, and sometimes, MMA fans will get lucky with two title fights. The star-studded UFC 251 fight card boasts not two but three contests for the men’s welterweight, featherweight, and bantamweight belts, as well as a highly anticipated rematch between former women’s strawweight champions Jéssica Andrade and Rose Namajunas.

The main fight pits defending welterweight champ Kamaru Usman against Gilbert Burns. With 16 wins and a single loss under his belt, Usman is one of the brightest stars in the UFC right now, but the challenger for the throne is no novice: Gilbert Burns boasts an impressive record of 19 wins and only three losses, and currently stands as the top-ranked fighter on the UFC men’s welterweight roster (even if Usman currently holds the belt). Both fighters utilize grappling-heavy styles in the Octagon, with the majority of their recent wins coming via decision. UFC 251 will mark Usman’s second title defense since winning the championship in March of last year.More UFC

The co-main event at UFC 251 is a rematch between defending featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski (21-1) and Max Holloway (21-5), two veteran combatants who need little introduction among MMA fans. Both are top-ranked UFC featherweights and faced off last December at UFC 245, where Volkanovski defeated Holloway via unanimous decision to claim the title. Holloway, still the No. 1 fighter on the men’s featherweight roster, will be understandably hungry to get his belt back, but Volkanovski won’t let his first UFC title defense to end in disappointment so easily.

The third and final championship match on the UFC 251 fight card is a contest between Petr Yan (14-1) and José Aldo (28-6) for the vacant bantamweight title. One look at these two fighters’ records suggests that they are two stars crossing on different paths: Yan is a rising UFC talent who signed on with the promotion in 2018 (and has yet to lose a match since), while Aldo has been suffering from a string of recent defeats, having lost five of his last eight fights. This contest for the vacant bantamweight belt will be a fierce one, and you can bet that a veteran like Aldo will be eager to prove he’s still got what it takes to be a champion.

UFC 251: Usman vs. Burns is a pay-per-view event airing exclusively via ESPN+, so if you’ve yet to sign up for this premium sports streaming service, now’s the perfect time: This bundle deal lets you score a year’s subscription to ESPN+ along with the UFC 251 PPV for just $85 right now (a 25% discount).

How To Watch The ‘CMA Summer Stay-Cay’ Special

How To Watch The ‘CMA Summer Stay-Cay’ Special

The Country Music Association is just one day away from its first-ever CMA Summer Stay-Cay variety special starring the best and brightest of country music.

Billed as a multi-hour livestreamed event in place of the now-postponed CMA Fest, the CMA Summer Stay-Cay will feature performances, premieres and other surprises from a veritable who’s who of your favorite country stars including Lady A, Maddie & Tae, Brothers Osborne, Scotty McCreery and more than 30 others.

Kicking off the event will be a joint performance by Lauren Alaina, Cassadee Pope and Lindsay Ell. And that’s not all: Jason Aldean is set to hold his very own premiere party during the livestream, to celebrate the music video for his new single “Got What I Got” along with a special fan Q&A.

Also slated on the lineup are exclusive interviews with Brantley Gilbert, Rascal Flatts and Tenille Townes; a special edition of “Nashville’s House Band Series” with Darius Rucker; a “’90s Country Cover Challenge” featuring Russell Dickerson & Friends, Dustin Lynch, Carly Pearce, and more.

The CMA Summer Stay-Cay will air live on Wednesday (July 1) exclusively on YouTube and Facebook beginning at 6 p.M. ET/5 p.M. CT.
Check out the announcement for the can’t-miss country livestream below.

How To Watch Lady A, Eric Church, Luke Combs, And More Artists On CMA’s ‘Summer Stay-Cay” Live Stream Event

How To Watch Lady A, Eric Church, Luke Combs, And More Artists On CMA’s ‘Summer Stay-Cay” Live Stream Event

2020 is the year of virtual music festivals, and to keep the country music playing, Country Music Association is hosting a Summer Stay-Cay Live Stream Event.

Just a few of the stars performing include Lady A, Luke Combs, Eric Church, Maddie & Tae, Carly Pearce, and Michael Ray.
Can’t go to a classic country concert due to COVID-19? No worries! Thanks to the Country Music Association, you can tune in to a live event featuring some of your favorite artists.

Allow us to introduce you to the CMA Summer Stay-Cay. The live stream event, which is presented by Budweiser, will take place on Wednesday, July 1 at 6 p.M. EST. It’s hosted by Jimmie Allen and Lindsay Ell and will showcase performances, Q&As, games (like “Who Knows the Bandmate best?”), and more by more than 50 acts, including Lady A, Luke Combs, Eric Church, Maddie & Tae, Darius Rucker, Carly Pearce, and Michael Ray.

If you’d like to get in on the fun a little early, you can tune into the CMA’s Facebook page or YouTube channel to join WUSY US-101’s StyckMan & Justin Cole for a pre-show starting at 5:30 p.M.

And, if you love what you hear, you’ll be glad to know that the Summer Stay-Cay live stream event is a precursor to the CMA Best of Fest, a three-hour retrospective hosted by Luke Bryan. It airs on ABC on Monday, July 13 at 8 p.M. EST.

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5 Ways To Safely Celebrate Canada Day 2020 In And Around Calgary

Canada Day fireworks over Centre Street bridge with downtown building lights in distance in 2018. The city said Calgary won’t have a fireworks show this year, but there are many other ways to celebrate the holiday. (Pat Fogg/CBC)

This year, Canada Day celebrations won’t be quite the same in the city.
Even though the province announced Tuesday morning — on the eve of Canada Day — that it’s raising outdoor gathering restrictions from 100 to 200 people, health professionals are still warning people to adhere to public health restrictions.

But that doesn’t mean there won’t be anything to do.
The CBC compiled five ways you can safely spend your Canada Day:

1) Visit local attractions
Many Calgary attractions will be open on Wednesday, though with capacity restrictions in place due to COVID-19.

Those include Heritage Park, the Calgary Zoo, Cobbs Corn Maze, Calgary Skyline Luge and Butterfield Acres. Some activities require tickets to be purchased in advance.

There will be a Canada Day food truck drive-thru from 12 to 7 p.M. On Wednesday at both Spruce meadows in lots 7 and 8 and at the Grey Eagle Casino overflow parking lot.

Strathmore is also hosting a Canada Day Fireworks event (though it has been postponed by a day) on July 2 at 11 p.M.
In Airdrie, the city is hosting a Canada Day home decorating contest.

2) Spend time outside — but plan ahead
If you plan to go for a hike, plan ahead, and make back-up plans too.

Parks Canada is expecting many regional visitors from Alberta and British Columbia on Wednesday, especially since there will be free admission into the parks. Some hotspots might be particularly busy, like Lake Louise, Moraine Lake and Lake Minnewanka.

A Parks Canada spokesperson said it’s important people remember to make alternative plans in case it is too busy or there isn’t any parking available.

Most attractions will be open, including most campgrounds, visitor centres (though staff will be in front of buildings, as the buildings will be closed to public) along with day-use areas and trails. Be sure to check trail conditions online before heading out for a hike.

Some day-use areas like Lake Louise will have limited parking to enable proper physical distancing measures at the site. Parking situations will be updated on some road signs and on the park’s website. Shuttle operations are closed for the summer.

Parks is also reminding people to practice physical distancing measures while out and as always, to give wildlife their distance too. People should remember to make noise while on the trails so animals aren’t surprised by you and to stop and pull over your vehicle only to allow wildlife to cross.

Canada Day is a great opportunity to experience Canada Parks free of charge but plan ahead and be sure to follow physical distancing measures, says a Parks spokesperson. (Corey Myke) 3) Stay in and tune in
If you choose to stay home, there will still be plenty of livestreamed celebrations to watch, including CBC’s Canada Day special.

Canadian Heritage also has an online celebration kit to keep people of all ages busy, including recipes to try and a virtual fireworks display. Following the links on its website and at 10 p.M. On July 1, people can point their smartphones to the sky to see a three-minute show displaying 3D fireworks.
People can also join Calgary’s Muslim community virtually by joining the groups’ Canada Day celebrations.

4) Watch a virtual concert
There will be a virtual concert from from Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre, including the rooftop of the King Eddy. It will begin streaming at 5 p.M. On the city’s YouTube and Facebook pages. The pre-recorded concert is set to feature performances from Paul Brandt, Lynn Olagundoye, T. Buckley, Chad VanGaalen and Bebe Buckskin.

For more Canadian music, check out CBC Calgary’s playlist of Canadian artists here.

5) Be part of the light show
The Calgary Tower will be lit up on Wednesday evening and residents are encouraged to turn on their own Christmas or balcony lights by 10 p.M. (sunset). People are also encouraged to decorate their homes, yard or balcony in red and white.

Canada Day 2020 Fireworks Live Streaming Online: Know Where And How To Watch The Virtual Event

Canada Day 2020 Fireworks Live Streaming Online: Know Where And How To Watch The Virtual Event

Canada Day 2020 Fireworks Live Streaming Online: Canada day celebrates the anniversary of July 1, 1867, the effective date of the Constitution Act, which unifies the three independent colonies of the Province of Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick into a single Dominion within the British Empire called Canada. Canada Day is the federal statutory holiday.

However, Canada Day 2020 will be different this year because there are still restrictions that limit the flattening of the COVID-19 curve. Canadians will now be able to enjoy the celebration by staying at home.

There are many virtual events that are lined up to commemorate Canada Day 2020. Through this article, we bring you the virtual line-up for Canada Day 2020 celebration that you can enjoy comfortably at home.

This year, pandemic hit many celebrations and events around the world. Since people are confined to stay indoors to curb the further spread of coronavirus infection, popular gatherings have been cancelled. Similarly, in Canada as well, large gatherings are prohibited for Dominion Day on July 1, and some events are also cancelled. But others will be held live-streamed online for viewers to enjoy the holiday.

For Richmondites and everyone in the country, virtual Canada Day fireworks will be displayed. At 10 PM Canadian local time, you all can enjoy the Canada Day fireworks at home. They also arranged a 3D fireworks show with visual and sound effects. CLICK HERE to watch

Vancouver’s Canada Day:
One of the largest parties in the country, Vancouver’s Canada Day is also cancelled this year.

So, organizers invite the public to watch a two-hour show put on by the federal government during a daytime that starts at 4 PM local time, and an evening show starting at 5 PM.

The show can be streamed on the Canadian Heritage Facebook and YouTube pages.

Port Coquitlam Canada Day:
There will be a drive-thru barbeque, and the community would also sing to cheer the front-line workers on Canada Day 2020. Virtual fireworks will also be streamed online. The city will also have a live broadcast featuring Canadian performers. CLICK HERE to enjoy it all virtually.

Surrey Canada Day:
Surrey Canada Day is one of the most talked-about events, and it can be hosted online. Viewers can tune in to their Facebook or YouTube page. Now that you have a virtual event list, you can enjoy the fireworks display at a comfortable place at home on Canada Day.