Billboard’s #1 hip-hop act headlines inaugural outdoor festival in Vancouver

Migos, which has become the fifth hip-hop act with more than two #1 albums, headlines a new music festival in Vancouver in June.

Migos and Tory Lanez top a bill that includes some of today’s hottest hip-hop artists at this spring’s Breakout Festival. The inaugural edition takes place June 9 and 10 at the PNE Amphitheatre.

The outdoor hip-hop and R&B event also features 6lack, Lil Pump, A-Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Ski Mask the Slump God, Ybn Nahmir, Kodie Shane, Pressa, Wondagurl, Brevner, Manila Grey, Illyminiachi, Mcevoy Withinroots, Acdatyoungn****, Daamcp, and 2hunnit. Below is a look at some of the artists.

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Billboard’s #1 hip-hop act headlines inaugural outdoor festival in Vancouver

Contest Alert! 24 Hours of Winter at Grouse Mountain

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The fun does not stop for 24 hours at Grouse Mountain from February 17, 2018 – February 18, 2018 during the annual 24 consecutive hours of winter fun at the Peak of Vancouver!

Started during the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, Grouse Mountain will remain open for skiing, snowboarding, and other events from sundown to sunrise. The event will kick off on Saturday at 8:00am and will run until 10:00pm on Sunday with a variety of round-the-clock activities including all-night skiing, snowboarding and ice skating; ziplining; live DJs; a hockey tournament; dining and much more.

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Contest Alert! 24 Hours of Winter at Grouse Mountain

Things to Do in Vancouver this Weekend: Feb. 1, 2018

It may be grey and wet outdoors, but inside the colours are brightly painted, music plays for you to dance your shoes dry, and the kitchens are hot – cooking up the last weekend of the Dine Out Vancouver festival.


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Things to Do in Vancouver this Weekend: Feb. 1, 2018

Costumes, Drag, Ball Pits, Photo Booths and Dancing! It’s Vancouver Pride Society’s Unicorn Ball

By Casey Stepaniuk

If you’ve been thinking that you haven’t dressed up as a unicorn enough recently, you’re in luck: Vancouver Pride Society’s Unicorn Ball is coming up! The second annual event is taking place February 24th, which is plenty of time for unicorn costume planning.

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Costumes, Drag, Ball Pits, Photo Booths and Dancing! It’s Vancouver Pride Society’s Unicorn Ball

Things to Do this Weekend in Vancouver: Jan. 25, 2018

This weekend is the last one of the season to wander through Canyon Lights at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park – get there while you still can! It’s also a good time to make a Dine Out Vancouver reservation, catch some world-qualifying rugby, take in a show, or to do a little guided winter bird watching.

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Things to Do this Weekend in Vancouver: Jan. 25, 2018

Where to Celebrate Lunar New Year in Vancouver and Richmond

Celebrate Lunar New Year in Vancouver and Richmond.

Lunar New Year – also known as Chinese New Year and the Spring Festival – welcomes the turn of the traditional Chinese calendar from winter to spring. The festival is steeped in more than 4,000 years of history that carry longstanding traditions like lighting firecrackers to ward off evil spirits and decorating homes in red to symbolize wealth and happiness – and this year is no exception as celebrations continue across Vancouver and Richmond. Continue reading:
Where to Celebrate Lunar New Year in Vancouver and Richmond

Lunar New Year Festival Website Promotes Diversity of Celebrations in Vancouver and Richmond this February

Whether you call it Chinese New Year, Spring Festival or Lunar New Year, there is no denying it is one of the world’s most celebrated annual events.

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Lunar New Year Festival Website Promotes Diversity of Celebrations in Vancouver and Richmond this February