Canadian Pacific Holiday Train

The 2018 CP Holiday Train will once again roll into Port Coquitlam on December 18, 2018 at 7pm at the Port Coquitlam West Coast Express Station (2125 Kingsway Ave) – marking the end of the Canadian Pacific Railway Holiday Train’s cross-country journey. Head on over to the West Coast Express Station to watch the Holiday Train roll in and listen to Sam Roberts Band, Kelly Prescott,Tracey Brown and Tyson Venegas entertain us. Please bring a donation for the SHARE food and toy drive.

Every year, the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train stops through dozens of communities, raising food and cash donations for North American food banks. The last stop is in Port Coquitlam!

The Canadian Holiday Train embarks on its three-week journey from Beaconsfield, Quebec, finishing up in Port Coquitlam, BC.

Jessica Barbour Greets the CP Holiday Train in PoCo!

Jessica is a local artist and performer based in Langley; after two years aborac creating her first full length album, “Oh My Days”, she is happy to back in Canada. Since being home, Jessica and has been enjoying playing all over the lower mainland.

What’s a Holiday Train event like?

A typical Holiday Train event goes something like this: The train arrives and pulls to a safe stop in front of the crowd. The stage door lowers and the band opens with its first song. After that, a brief ceremony takes place which involves local officials and other dignitaries. Once complete, the band resumes its show. After about a half hour that usually includes a mix of traditional and modern holiday-themed songs, the band plays its farewell show, the boxcar door closes, and the train slips off into the night.

Each Holiday Train is about 1,000 feet in length with 14 brightly decorated rail cars, including a modified boxcar that has been turned into a traveling stage for performers. They are each decorated with hundreds of thousands of technology-leading LED lights and holiday designs.