Can you believe it’s the last weekend of 2022 already?! Let’s see what’s happening to add to our last picks of the week of the year.
Parties: Celebrate the wrap up of the year with many NYE parties and festivities around town to dance your way into 2023.
Fest: Canada’s largest indoor music festival takes place December 29 & 30 as CONTACT Winter Music Festival fills BC Place with a line up of great dance artists lead by Above & Beyond, Chainsmokers, Loud Luxury and many more.
Piggy: Wrapping up December 30th, Carousel Theatre for Young People presents the Canadian Premiere of Stiles & Drewe’s The 3 Little Pigs – a smash-hit musical for all ages!
Stage: Reminisce with your favourite moms as The Arts Club Theatre Company‘s comedy Mom’s The Word: Talking Turkey about the Holidays and sharing heartwarming memories is already held over to January 1, 2023
Avonlea: There’s just a few days left to catch Canada’s most iconic redhead at Gateway Theatre, as Anne of Green Gables: The Musical, starring Kyra Leroux (Riverdale) brings the story of Anne Shirley to the stage until December 31.
Canyon: The blazing Canyon Lights brighten up the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park in North Vancouver with thousands of lights illuminating the bridge, trails and trees glowing until January 22nd
Bingo: Until January 1st, The Arts Club Newmont Stage at The BMO Theatre Centre Me Love BINGO! Best in Snow! part variety hour, part game night, and part Pee-Wee’s Playhouse, this is not your average trip to the theatre.
Egypt: Commemorating the 100th anniversary of one of the greatest archaeological discoveries of all time, the Canadian premiere of National Geographic’s Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience is proving hugely popular with the run at Vancouver Convention Centre East extended until January 14, 2023
Solstice: Music on Main has released an Online Winter Solstice Special, filled with heart-warming performances from the past eight years, the online special will be available for free from until January 6, 2023 at MusicOnMain.ca.
Panto: To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the East Van Panto, The Cultch is taking audiences somewhere its never been before: under the sea, with East Van Panto: The Little Mermaid on stage until January 1, 2023 with the digital edition now available for streaming also until January 1st.
Village: Until January 2nd, wander the Heritage Burnaby Village museum’s 10 acre venue and take in all the seasonal entertainment, demonstrations and activities of a Heritage Christmas
Garden: Immerse yourself in the illuminations of Festival of Lights at VanDusen Botanical Garden running until January 2, 2023 as the magical winter wonderland of 15 acres of VanDusen Botanical Garden is decorated with more than one million lights