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The forecast says no fog for this weekend! Get out there and enjoy everything from comedy and improv to art and farmers markets. Read on for our top picks for things to do in Vancouver this Friday through Sunday!
For New Year’s Events – click here! Tourism Vancouver’s Visitor Centre and Tickets Tonight are closed on January 1st.
Still need ideas for your ultimate New Year’s Eve Vancouver experience? Ring in 2015 with a bang with our top picks!
Translink is offering free fares from 5:00PM December 31st – 5:00AM January 1st. Leave your car at home if you’ll be drinking.
Tourism Vancouver’s Visitor Centre and Tickets Tonight will be closed on January 1st.
Tourism Vancouver’s Visitor Centre and Tickets Tonight are closed for the holidays on December 25th, 26th, and January 1st.
A heart-warming journey into a magical world, the Goh Ballet’s Nutcracker production is the perfect holiday treat for your family. Since the production began six years ago, critics have called it “an outstanding production” (the Vancouver Sun), “a gleaming ornament” (the Georgia Straight) and “the one to see” (the Province). The production quickly became a holiday tradition for Vancouver families and is the only Nutcracker in Vancouver that features live music and a cast composed of more than 200 dancers, including ballet superstar Paloma Herrera from American Ballet Theatre (New York) as the Sugar Plum Fairy. This ballet interpretation of E.T.A. Hoffman’s adored fairy tale, “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King” is set to the Vancouver Opera Orchestra’s rendition of Tchaikovsky’s masterpiece, The Nutcracker Suite.