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Let's party, planet

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Punk-pop rappers Down With Webster are headlining Surrey’s Party for the Planet, billed as one of the largest Earth Day events in the province. The free, two-day event runs April 27-28 at Surrey Central City Plaza. Admission is free.

International pop artist Raghav, the Peak Performance finalists The Boom Booms, Shawn Hook, and Surrey’s own Good for Grapes, plus children’s entertainers also take the stage. A host of Green organizations are taking part, too.

For more information, visit www.surrey.ca/partyfortheplanet.



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