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Looking for some live music to warm your chestnuts? December is traditionally a slow one for concerts, but a few worthwhile shows are coming through town over the next few weeks. They include a couple of legendary acts in small venues, some of the biggest names in dance music at a massive two-day stadium extravaganza, and even a group of nice young men performing seasonal favourites.
Rokia Traoré is known for being a champion of human rights almost as much for a sound that blends elements of blues, rock, and pop with traditional African instruments and sounds. She performs at the Chan Centre Sunday night (Nov. 17).
This is the Malian singer-songwriter’s first Vancouver appearance in ten years.
This mid-November weekend is full of outdoor and indoor events in Vancouver. From arts & crafts, skating, ballet, movies & short films, theatre, winter market, whisky tasting, and innovator speakers - everyone will find something to enjoy! Read on for our roundup of events and things to do in Vancouver this weekend!
Dance In Vancouver is a biennial showcase of the contemporary dance scene in B.C. In the latest instalment, Nov. 20 – 23, eight companies perform excerpts of new works and recent productions in four mixed programs.
Dancers and companies include acclaimed artists like Wen Wei Dance, Tara Cheyenne Performance, Joe Ink, Sarah Chase with Andrea Nann, dumb instrument Dance/Ziyian Kwan, Vision Impure with Nova Dance, the plastic orchid factory and battery opera performance.