Here we are in the first week of the New Year! I hope you’ve all enjoyed your festivities, how ever you enjoyed the Holidays, I hope 2023 brings much happiness and entertainment.
Egypt: Continuing until January 14th, the Canadian premiere of National Geographic’s Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience commemorating the 100th anniversary of one of the greatest archaeological discoveries of all time, is proving hugely popular with the run at Vancouver Convention Centre East.
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
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.
Lights: Metro Vancouver’s largest free Winter light display, Coquitlam’s Lights at Lafarge continues through January from 5 – 8 p.m. at Town Centre Park, the 1.2km trail is illuminated with hundreds of thousands of lights.
Blue: Mitch and Murray Productions presents the world premiere of Instantaneous Blue by Aaron Craven from Friday, January 6 to Sunday, January 22, 2023 at The Waterfront Theatre on Granville Island.
Panto: While the in-person performances of East Van Panto: The Little Mermaid have come to a close, you can still watch the digital edition on-demand, extended now until until January 31st.
Ice: The Vancouver Canucks new year is underway with Colorado Avalanche coming to Rogers Arena on Thursday evening
Folk: Saskatchewan’s The Dead South bring their brand of bluegrass to the Commodore Ballroom for two shows, Thursday and Friday night.
Skate: The Robson Square Ice Rink is open until February 28th for your old-fashioned outdoor skating family fun, with skate rentals just $5.