Summer has come to an unofficial end, but entertainment keeps on filling our picks of the week
Food: Tonight, whet your appetite with Vancouver Foodster’s Tasting Plates West End, as you explore the flavours of the neighbourhood restaurants.
EXTENDED: The popularity of the stunning Imagine Van Gogh: The Immersive Exhibition at Vancouver Convention Centre, has brought it another extension to October 15, 2021 giving you even more time to see this amazing spectacle of Van Gogh’s masterpieces
Audio: The Arts Club Theatre Company adds to its Listen to This Audio Plays with the final production of the summer season, Mala, an exploration of family bonds which creates space for contemplation and provides a message of resilience and optimism.
Fringe: The 2021 Vancouver Fringe Festival running September 9-19, is a hybrid festival: fifteen in-person shows from four venues on Granville Island, two live stream shows, and more than a dozen pre-record digital shows.
Kicks: Whitecaps FC host their Cascadia rivals, Portland Timbers, at BC Place on September 10th.
Dance: Flamenco Rosario brings the 31stVancouver International Flamenco Festival to the stage from September 4 – 26, featuring a lineup of local and national flamenco artists ticketed and FREE live & live-streamed performances.
Chinatown: This weekend, Light Up Chinatown! is a new two-day outdoor festival, of live entertainment, lights and food to welcome people back to the neighbourhood
Movie: Jumanji is on the big screen at šx???ex?n Xwtl’a7shn (formerly the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza) located at 630 Hamilton Street tonight, as Vancouver Civic Theatres brings back free outdoor movies for Wednesdays in September.
Lessons: Join Vancouver Civic Theatres for a night of movement and fun as they offer FREE outdoor dance classes at šx???ex?n Xwtl’a7shn (formerly the QET Plaza) – no experience required – Latin Night September 10 / Tango Night September 11
Culture: Kicking off September 6th, 5X’s 2021 Festival features a pandemic-friendly line up with 60 performers and 30 artists over 14 days, at multiple festival venues, covering music, visual art, fashion and culture.
Hawaii: Held over until September 26th, is your chance to take a trip to the tropics as Fly Over Canada presents Hawaii from Above, a soaring, sense-awakening journey over islands.