Described as dinner theatre meets Moulin Rouge, Cabaret, and Burlesque, Bacio Rosso is coming to treat Vancouver to a sequence of up close and personal performances and delicious cuisine this fall. 

In Canada's first gourmet cabaret experience, performances will take place in the stunning Queen Elizabeth Park in a unique Belgian Spiegeltent made of handcrafted woodwork, red velvet, and over 2000 bevelled mirrors. In three hours, audiences will experience an intimate performance of jugglers, contortionists, trapeze artists, magicians, clowns (and more!), complemented by a four-course meal curated by celebrated local chef Adam Pegg of La Quercia. 

Guests can expect a night to remember, full of unexpected humour, elegance, and highly skilled performances from international artists. Tickets are available for purchase now and range from $109 - $199. Bacio Rosso will premiere on Thursday, November 1st with preview nights in late October and will run until the end of December. 

About Queen Elizabeth Park
While you're in the area, make sure to explore Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver's horticultural jewel, beautiful year-round. At 152 meters sea above level, the park is the highest point in central Vancouver, ideal for sweeping views of the city and mountains. Make sure you also treat yourself to a walk through Bloedel Conservatory, an indoor tropical garden just steps from the Bacio Rosso tent. 

Just a few minutes drive from Queen Elizabeth Park lies VanDusen Botanical Garden, a 55-acre oasis in the heart of Vancouver with over 7,500 plant species and varieties. VanDusen is famous for its stunning Festival of Lights in late December, a popular event with visitors and locals alike to kick off the holiday season. 

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