The must-see shows and events that'll liven up Vancouver this winter.
With a full roster of concerts, theatre, dance, comedy, and other performances heating up the winter calendar, you're going to need to keep your energy up.
Still itching for ways to get out and enjoy this wicked arts season? Here are more shows worth warming up to.
This weekend is your last chance to check out The Nat Bailey Winter Market's January pop-up vendors.
Black Sabbath, Ani DiFranco, the Biebs, and Leon Bridges play Vancouver in the last days of winter.
There are so many arts celebrations at this time of year, you’d be missing out big-time if you didn’t tear yourself away from the tube.
The evening features inventive reworkings of songs by LGBT artists, as well as stories from the queer community about the power of music.
A winter version of the popular Grouse Grind trail gets the heart pumping amid spectacular surroundings.
Because of countless other projects, the former Mr. Show star hasn’t toured as a standup comic in seven years.
Drink of the Week
Vij’s bartender Jay Jones pays homage to the restaurant’s 19-year stay on 11th Avenue.
Visual Arts Reviews
Beauty and drama are two of the tools this artist uses to demolish cultural stereotypes of indigenous women.