12 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Tuesday, August 20

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      From 1997 to 2002 98 Degrees sold a staggering 10 million records, catch the boys in concert at the PNE's Summer Night Concerts.

      PNE Amphitheatre, 2901 East Hastings, 8:30pm, $25–$60


      Hank Von Hell, former lead vocalist of the Norwegian death-punk band Turbonegroon comes to Vancouver on his Pretty Decent Tour. With guests Spiders, Rebel Priest

      Rickshaw Theatre, 254 East Hastings, 7:30pm, $25


      American dancer, singer, actress, and YouTube personality JoJo Siwa (Dance Moms) comes to Vancouver on her D.R.E.A.M. Tour. With special guests The Belles.

      Thunderbird Arena, 6066 Thunderbird Blvd, 7pm, From $46.65


      Deep Into Darkness lets theater goers dive into the mind of Edgar Allan Poe as he desperately searches for his lost love in this tragic dream within a dream. Explore more than 20 rooms and three floors in this interactive theatre experience. Read our review.

      The Cultch, 1895 Venables, 8pm, $75


      The Canadian premiere of I Am Patrick Swayze will have director Adrian Buitenhuis (I Am Heath Ledger, I Am Sam Kinison) in attendance for a Q&A. This documentary biography explores the 1980’s most recognizable leading man, who challenged Hollywood’s very notions of masculinity and redefined what it meant to be the Sexiest Man Alive.

      Rio Theatre, 1660 East Broadway, 6:45pm, $12.50


      Steven Spielberg's blockbuster Jurassic Park plays in Stanley Park. The viewing area has lawn seating so bring a blanket, chair, or pillows to watch the film in comfort.

      Second Beach, Stanley Park, Dusk, Free


      From France comes C'est ça l'amour, the story of a middle-aged bureaucrat with two teenage daughters and a wife who’s decided it’s time to move on. The movie’s offbeat pacing requires some patience, but that’s rewarded by scenes that turn out to be funnier, and more tender, than a hundred Hollywood romances. Read our review.

      Vancity Theatre, 1181 Seymour, 3:30pm, $11


      Yellow Peril: Queer Destiny screens at the 2019 Vancouver Queer Film Festival. This short documentary follows local drag artist Kendall Yan, otherwise known as Maiden China, and probes the nuances of Queer Chinese Canadian identity.

      Vancity Theatre, 1181 Seymour, 7pm, $14



      Comedian Andrea Jin headlines at the Pop-Up Comedy Jam, an improv and stand-up mashup.

      Café Deux Soleils, 2096 Commercial, 8pm, $7


      The Extraordinary Magic of John Ha has the magician performing sophisticated sleight of hand magic to dazzle audiences.

      Havana Theatre, 1212 Commercial, 9:30pm, $25



      At Ceramic Exquisite Corpse surrealist artist Emma Canning leads this ceramic sculpture class where you'll collaborate to create imaginative hybrid forms of ceramic sculpture. Price includes materials and the cost of firing and glazing.

      Mobil Art School, #60-268 Keefer, 6:30, $63


      Pub trivia at Relish feature prizes for the smartest teams and good drink specials for the rest of you. See all the trivia night happening

      Relish the Pub, 888 Nelson, 7pm, Free


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