Happy New Year!
We hope that the hangovers for some have subsided and that the waistlines are now returning to their familiar state! As this is the first blog of the new year, we will like to highlight some of the major events that will be coming to Vancouver over the coming year beginning with the first couple of months.
JANUARY & FEBRUARY
PuSh – International Performing Arts Festival
A signature event in the Vancouver Calender. This is a 3 week festival that brings to you live groundbreaking Performing Arts.
If you want to see the best out of Canadian and local talent, have a love for the arts and a creative mind, this will be for you.
When?January 15th to Feb 3rd Where? At various locations around Vancouver.
Taboo – Naughty but nice (Sex) Show
As the title suggests – this is an adults only annual show that is a big hit at the start of the New year. If you are looking to spice up your life with your loved one and are looking for a show that will delve into your desires and hidden secrets, then this is the place for you. There are stalls, fashion wares, games and much much more…
When? Jan 17th to 20th Where? The Convention Center.
Gung Haggis Fat Choy Robbie Burns Chinese New Year Dinner
Hey here is an idea!!!! Why don’t we Celebrate the birthday of Robert ‘Rabbie’ Burns and the Chinese New Year all together!…..What do you think? Some obviously thought that this was a no brainer of an idea and a wonderful idea it is too– this is now a great Vancouver tradition where you welcome the Chinese New Year with a twist of the famous Bard!
When? January 27 2013 Where? Floata Seafood Restaurant (#400 – 180 Keefer St, Chinatown Vancouver)
Dine Out Vancouver
One of the largest celebrations for dining out in Vancouver…choose from well over 100 participating restaurants around the city….it is a great way to discover the best eateries of all kinds of ethnicity and flavours with a set 3 course priced meal.
When? Jan 18th to Feb 3rd Where? All over Vancouver!
The Lisa Nemetz international showcase of Jewish Performing Arts.
A big annual hit within the Vancouver Arts community, a great performance festival with a Jewish influence.
When? Feb 7th to March 3rd Where? At participating theatres in Vancouver.
Vancouver International Wine Festival
Running strong since 1979, this is an important date in the Wine lovers calendar. This years regional theme is ‘California Wines’ Come along and enjoy the enormous array of wines to sample and enjoy.
When? February 25th to March 3rd Where? Vancouver Conference Center (West) Ballroom D
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