PHOTOS: These photos will have you visiting a festival in no time

Creston, BC Photo by Jeff BanmanCreston, BC Photo by Jeff Banman
Vancouver BC, Photo by Emily KoopmanVancouver BC, Photo by Emily Koopman
Victoria BC Photo by Kenny S. ZhangVictoria BC Photo by Kenny S. Zhang
Windsor, ON Photo by Christopher WangWindsor, ON Photo by Christopher Wang
Surrey, BC Photo by Ken McAllisterSurrey, BC Photo by Ken McAllister
Brucejack, BC Photo by Travis MurphyBrucejack, BC Photo by Travis Murphy
Bruce Alta, Photo by Bertine TremblayBruce Alta, Photo by Bertine Tremblay
Abbotsford Airshow, BC Photo by Ken McAllisterAbbotsford Airshow, BC Photo by Ken McAllister
Vancouver, BC Photo by Kyungyeul LeeVancouver, BC Photo by Kyungyeul Lee
Abbotsford, BC Photo by Ken McAllisterAbbotsford, BC Photo by Ken McAllister
Red Deer, Alta Photo by Kim MortimerRed Deer, Alta Photo by Kim Mortimer
Victoria, BC Photo by Kim PassmoreVictoria, BC Photo by Kim Passmore
Pride Parade, Photo by Alicia VaninPride Parade, Photo by Alicia Vanin
Chilliwack Tulip Festival, BC Photo by Gurmeet AhujaChilliwack Tulip Festival, BC Photo by Gurmeet Ahuja
Port Alberni BC, Photo by Cady ParkerPort Alberni BC, Photo by Cady Parker
Panorama Ski Resort, BC Photo by Jenny GraburnPanorama Ski Resort, BC Photo by Jenny Graburn
PHOTOS: These photos will have you visiting a festival in no time
Panorama Ski Resort, BC Photo by Jenny GraburnPanorama Ski Resort, BC Photo by Jenny Graburn
Creston, BC Photo by Jeff BanmanCreston, BC Photo by Jeff Banman

The latest entries for the London Drugs 2019 Amateur Photographer of the Year Contest are all about bright lights and big crowds.

Catch a clown riding a motorcycle, or extravagant fireworks lighting up the night, in our festivals and events category.

This year, prizes include a three-day trip for two to experience the northern lights in Yukon courtesy of Air North and London Drugs gift cards valued at $6,000. Other sponsors include Northern Vision Development and Northern Tales Travel Services.

READ MORE: Love where you live? Take a photo and enter to win a trip to Yukon

READ MORE: London Drugs Amateur Photographer of the Year contest is back for 2019

Submit photos across seven categories in the contest, including scenic Canada, wildlife, people, West Coast adventure, mobile entry, love where you live, and festivals and events.

Click here to enter



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