Ticket Giveaway – Concord’s New Year’s Eve Celebration

We’re giving away 4 tickets to attend the Concord’s New Year’s Eve celebration at Jack Poole Plaza and Vancouver Convention Centre West.

To be eligible, simply post a comment below and be automatically entered to win. We’ll select the lucky winners on December 21st and will notify the winner by email.

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Ticket Giveaway – Concord’s New Year’s Eve Celebration

Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

Craft markets, choirs, symphony, gospel, even more holiday lights, classic cartoons on the big screen, and a drag show are just some of what’s going on this weekend. This is also your very last chance to see the Vancouver Biennale’s exhibit of curious imagined creatures by world-renowned artist Patricia Piccinini.

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Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

More holiday-themed concerts in Vancouver

EMV 2017-18 Monteverdi. Jan Gates photo.

More holiday concerts! We have choral music, jazz, 17th-century sacred music and chamber music from Persian, Chinese, Japanese, Hebrew traditions.

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More holiday-themed concerts in Vancouver

Dine Out Vancouver Festival Contest – Win a $100 Gift Card To One Of The Participating Restaurants!

Head over to Dine Out Vancouver Festival’s @dineoutvanfest for a chance to win a $100 gift card to one of the participating restaurants!

Over the next 12 days, we will be giving away a $100 gift card each day to one of the 304 participating #DOVF restaurants. 😋  To be eligible, swipe left on each Advent calendar’s date to reveal the clue – a cropped photo from one of the #DOVF events. Visit www.dineoutvancouver.com/events, and match the cropped photo with the event photos on that page.

Send a Direct Message to @dineoutvanfest with the name of the event and your name will be entered to win that day’s gift card.

 

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6 Ways to Celebrate Winter Solstice in Vancouver

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Winter Solstice occurs on December 21 this year, but there are several events in Vancouver leading up to and on the actual day. Whether you’re celebrating the dance of the sun and the Earth, or simply the fact that it’s the longest night of the year, there’s a way for everyone to experience Winter Solstice in the city! Continue reading:
6 Ways to Celebrate Winter Solstice in Vancouver

One Woman and her Sledgehammer, Coming to PuSh Fest in Vancouver

By Rachel Rosenberg

Selina Thompson’s critically acclaimed salt. will be making its way from Leeds, UK to Vancouver for the PuSh festival this January. Thompson’s work plays with the notions of identity and how it affects our lives and being, and this work is about her experience of being a part of the African diaspora. The show is emotional, taking the audience on a journey to understand the continuing affects of slavery and about how cultural groups must take time to properly grieve historical atrocities. We spoke to Thompson about her upcoming show in Vancouver.

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One Woman and her Sledgehammer, Coming to PuSh Fest in Vancouver

7 Unique things to do this New Years Eve in Vancouver

unique things to do new years eve in vancouver

New Years Eve Decentralized Dance Party

‘So, what are you doing on New Years Eve?’ It’s the question on everyone’s minds as we creep closer to the end of 2018. Isn’t there a saying that the way you spend your new years eve is a glimpse into how your next year will be?

Well, while most of Vancouver will be at the epic New Years Eve Party and fireworks show in Downtown Vancouver, maybe you’d like to do something a little different this year’s end…

If you’re looking for a few unique things to do this New Years Eve in Vancouver, check out the list below for a few ideas. Got any suggestions to add? Leave a comment!

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7 Unique things to do this New Years Eve in Vancouver