Welcome to the Brentwood Bay Community Association


In June we hold the Brentwood Festival in Pioneer Park. We kick off with a songwriters panel concert on Friday night at the Brentwood Bay Village Empourium. This is followed with a full day of fun on Saturday with a parade, pancake breakfast, entertaniment on stage, as well as vendor market. 

Each summer we host 7 outdoor concerts at Music in the Park, plus a few extra shows at the Brentwood Bay Village Empourium. 

Need to contact us? brentwoodbayinfo@gmail.com

July 25th: Leeroy Stagger

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Leeroy's ever-evolving fusion of roots, rock and pop reaches new heights on Love Versus, resulting in 10 tracks on his latest album that confirm his status as one of Canada’s best contemporary singer/songwriters. Check it out here:
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Music in the Park Schedule

Schedule for 2018

This will be the first year on our new performance stage!! Music runs from 6:30 - 8:30.

Our 2018 schedule is:

July 4th: Coldwater Road

July 11th: Daniel Cook & The Radiators

July 18th: Alan Gerber

July 19th: Jon Brooks, The Empourium Sesssion

July 25th: Leeroy Stagger

Aug 1st: Diamond Cafe

Aug 8th: Ellie Hart & the Dirty Mountain 

Aug 15th: Shaky Ground

Full details and music sample links are found on the Music in the Park page for each band.

Movie in the Park

August 18th Centennial Park

SAANICHTON! The Central Saanich Little League invites  the community to a FREE outdoor screening of the classic baseball flick  THE SANDLOT under the stars at Centennial Park (1809 Hovey Road) on Saturday, August 18th. The show starts at dusk.

Bring your picnic blanket or your chairs to stake your place on the grass! Central Saanich Lions Club will  be hosting a BBQ, the concession will be open and popcorn for sale! All  funds raised will be donated to the new indoor training facility to be  built at Centennial.

Supported by the Saanichton Village AssociationBrentwood Bay Community Association and the Central Saanich Lions.


(1993/Family  Comedy/101 mins/G): When Scottie Smalls (Thomas Guiry) moves to a new  neighborhood, he manages to make friends with a group of kids who play  baseball at the sandlot. Together they go on a series of funny and  touching adventures. The boys run into trouble when Smalls borrows a  ball from his stepdad that gets hit over a fence.


The Details

TRAILER: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QDq-e1GbjE

START TIME: Show starts after sunset (8:25pm). Please arrive early for best seating space.

VENUE: Centennial Municipal Park

ADDRESS: 1809 Hovey Road, Saanichton, BC