Shipyards Live Returns for Another Year on May 13th

North Vancouver’s iconic waterfront will be the home for the second year of Shipyards Live, a 17-week spring and summer series featuring live music, culture, food, and activities for the whole family. This will be the first year since The Shipyards development was completed that the site will be utilized to its full potential, without any health and safety restrictions. Continue reading:
Shipyards Live Returns for Another Year on May 13th

2022 TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival Celebrates the Return of In-Person Shows

The TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival, Vancouver’s signature Festival, celebrates its 36th edition this summer from Friday, June 24th to Sunday, July 3rd at a variety of venues around the city. To celebrate the return of in-person shows, over 140 performances will be held this summer. Continue reading:
2022 TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival Celebrates the Return of In-Person Shows

Vancouver’s Iconic Celebrities Nightclub is Back

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Vancouver nightclubs are once again offering a full entertainment experience for their guests. This return is particularly momentous for Celebrities Nightclub, which is connected to over a century of rich entertainment history in Vancouver.

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Vancouver’s Iconic Celebrities Nightclub is Back

Chor Leoni Debuts New Professional Supergroup Ensemble with ‘A Sound Like This: Chor Leoni & The Leonids’

Chor Leoni. Photo: Phil Jack

Chor Leoni announces the debut performance of its new professional ensemble with A Sound Like This: Chor Leoni & The Leonids, May 12 & 13, 2022 at 7:30pm in the newly restored St. Andrew’s-Wesley United (1022 Nelson St). Gathering nine acclaimed male singers from across North America, The Leonids’ inaugural performance marks a new chapter in Chor Leoni’s history and coincides with Chor Leoni’s VanMan Choral Summit, which gathers more than 300 singers of all ages for a week of collaboration and celebration, culminating in the VanMan Summit Concert (May 14 at the Chan Centre). Continue reading:
Chor Leoni Debuts New Professional Supergroup Ensemble with ‘A Sound Like This: Chor Leoni & The Leonids’

Planning a Vancouver Cultural Festival: Greek Day on Broadway Gets Set to Return

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After a two-year hiatus of their annual street festival, Greek Day on Broadway will take place again on June 26, 2022, with all the food and drink, entertainment, and activities that attendees have come to know and love.

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Planning a Vancouver Cultural Festival: Greek Day on Broadway Gets Set to Return

15th Anniversary Coastal Dance Festival Celebrates Diversity of Northern Indigenous Artists, in Partnership with Nordic Bridges

Dancers of Damelahamid by Chris Randle

Dancers of Damelahamid is thrilled to celebrate the 15th annual Coastal Dance Festival, showcasing Indigenous stories, song, and dance from across Canada and around the world, April 20-24, 2022 at the Anvil Centre in New Westminster. This year’s festival will participate in Canada’s yearlong Nordic Bridges initiative, fostering cultural exchange between Canada and the Nordic region through the multidisciplinary presentation of contemporary art, culture and ideas. To honour the festival’s milestone anniversary, Dancers of Damelahamid will also create a short documentary available online this summer, sharing stories about its community of dancers and highlighting themes of cultural revitalization and resiliency. Continue reading:
15th Anniversary Coastal Dance Festival Celebrates Diversity of Northern Indigenous Artists, in Partnership with Nordic Bridges

BC’s Film Industry Sizzles as Netflix Extends Lease Agreement with Martini Film Studios

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British Columbia’s film, TV, visual effects and animation industry is one of the province’s top-performing sectors, generating over $4 billion in economic activity in 2019 and fuelling a powerful pandemic comeback in 2020. With recent blockbuster hits like The Adam Project, as well as fan favourite streaming series such as Riverdale and Space Force, showcasing recognizable BC landscapes and attractions, BC is swiftly becoming worthy of its own IMDB page. And now, we’re about to see a lot more made-in-BC content, with Netflix signing an additional five-year lease agreement to continue filming at the Langley-based Martini Film Studios (MFS). Continue reading:
BC’s Film Industry Sizzles as Netflix Extends Lease Agreement with Martini Film Studios