Happy New Year!
Let’s see which entertainment and events are on offer for the start of 2022!
Take note that changing Covid-19 restrictions could alter the status of some events.
Main: Music On Main: Music for the Winter Solstice 2021 continues to offer music online on-demand for one more day, until January 6, 2022
Lacrosse: The Vancouver Warriors are planning their return to Rogers Arena to play host Colorado Mammoth Friday January 7
Vienna: Friday, January 7 at Christ Church Cathedral, Early Music Vancouver presents The (Very) First Viennese School a program highlighting the city’s early musical era of the seventeenth century
Modern: The works of the Master of modern art surrounds you at Imagine Picasso the brilliant immersive exhibition at Vancouver Convention Centre East (Canada Place) showing until Saturday January 8.
Trumpet: Sunday, Canadian trumpet legend Jens Lindemann leads the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra in a performance at Chan Centre for Performing Arts at UBC
Canyon: Canyon Lights at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park continue until January 23rd with the world-famous bridge will be lit, end to end, with a multi-colour changing display. Explore the “Arc de Lumina” light tunnel the eight tallest Christmas trees in the world surrounded by the Treetops Adventure.
Chapel: With 34 larger than life frescoes, Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition continues to bring the Vatican ceiling to Vancouver Convention Centre East Building until January 25, 2022
Solo: The Polygon Gallery presents Steven Shearer, until February 2022, the acclaimed Vancouver artist’s first solo show in Canada in over a decade, the expansive exhibition showcasing Shearer’s personal archive of more than 74,000 images
Designer: Continuing at Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art is the Canadian premiere exhibition of Sho Sho Esquiro: Doctrine of Discovery, by award-winning designer, artist, and activist Sho Sho Esquiro on show until June 5, 2022
Canoe: In the Vancouver Maritime Museum’s featured exhibition, on until July 3, 2022, Canoe Cultures :: Ho’-ku-melh War Canoes and the Gifts They Carry Forward, Indigenous artists and knowledge holders share their gifts through the war canoe in this multi-sensory journey.
Skate: Until October at MOV: Boarder X is a travelling exhibition, featuring work by contemporary artists from Indigenous nations across Canada, drawing parallels to urban areas prohibiting skateboarding, related to the landscapes and territories we occupy