Join Islanders for a day of celebrations commemorating the Islands' freedom from German Occupation during World War II.
Liberation Day continues to be an important day in the history of the Islands, with a wide range of entertainment and activity for all age group
Timeline for the day
9am – Guernsey Schools Relay Race
9.40am – Liberation Parade ‘fall in’ at North Beach
11am – Town Church Service
10.30am - 4.30pm Waitrose NAAFI Tea Tent on Albany
11am – 10.30pm – Live Music and Entertainment in Home Front Marquee:
2.30pm - Cavalcade arrives in St Peter Port
2pm – 5pm – Liberation Day Music at the Castle
4pm - 10.30pm - Randalls Beer tent open
5pm – Band of the Royal Armoured Corps. – Home Front Marquee
9.30pm – Fireworks Display
Crown Pier – Children’s entertainment including bouncy castles, face painting, balloons, graffiti art.
Albert Pier – Homefront Marquee with live music and entertainment from 11am - 10.30pm, various food outlets, Randalls Beer Tent, Crown & Anchor
Castle Emplacement – Stallholders and Charities, old fashioned games, Aquativity, Climbing Wall, Petit Train.