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With two signature festivals in Vancouver, ACSEA is the leading presenter of Asian arts and culture events in Canada. As a presenting partner during 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics Cultural Olympiad, ACSEA was involved in three of the top ten most popular events of Cultural Olympiad named by the …more >

Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival

Every June through September, Bard on the Beach professional Shakespeare Festival brings to life the magic of Shakespeare’s great plays. The Festival site is located on the waterfront in Vancouver’s Vanier Park, adjacent to the downtown core. Staged in two open-ended performance tents, the …more >

Capture Photography Festival

Celebration of Light

July 21st, 24th, 28th and 31st. Vancouver's summer signature event – the city’s annual free fireworks tradition held over four evenings at English Bay. The largest international fireworks competition in the world held every year at the end of July / beginning of August. 2010 Schedule: …more >

Coastal Jazz & Blues Society

With 1800 artists, 300 concerts and 35 venues, the TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival is Vancouver's signature festival and British Columbia's biggest music and arts presentation. Over twelve days— June 20 - July 1, 2014 — the world’s best jazz, funk, Latin, fusion, and world music artists …more >

DOXA Documentary Film Festival

Eco Fashion Week

The Canadian capital of conscious living is undoubtedly Vancouver, and with the successes of Eco Fashion Week the city has established itself as an international hub for sustainable style. The clothing, textile and fashion industry represent more than $300 billion of annual revenue worldwide and is …more >

FIFA Women's World Cup

Vancouver will welcome the world next summer as one of six Official Host Cities for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015TM. The world’s best women’s soccer players will compete in 52 matches to determine who will raise the coveted FIFA Women’s World CupTM winner’s trophy in BC Place Stadium, …more >

Festival du Bois

Every month of March, Coquitlam/Maillardville, the oldest and largest francophone community in B.C, welcomes young and old to a celebration of traditional and world music, all with a French twist! For the past 18 years, Festival du Bois, the largest and most attended francophone festival on the west …more >

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