As we move into September, the days are getting shorter and the mornings are getting colder. Still plenty going on around the city! Take a look at some of the highlights for this weekend in Vancouver…

friday in vancouver

  • Westward Music Festival – A festival in the heart of the city featuring performers such as Vince Staples, A Tribe Called Red, Bishop Briggs, and more…
  • Vancouver Fringe Festival – An “everyone is welcome” style festival with un-juried, uncensored theatre in an accessible environment.
  • North Vancouver Shipyards Market – Live music, a beer garden, food, art, music… Dogs are allowed and you can by things like jewelry, clothing, baking, organic meats, and much more.
  • Richmond Night Market – The biggest night market in Richmond with hundreds of food and merchandise booths, giant dinosaurs, and lots more surprises.

 

saturday events in vancouver

  • Market Mexico – An immersive Mexican cultural experience, in the heart of downtown Vancouver. One day only — Free to attend.
  • Bike the Night – HUB Cycling will open up Vancouver’s streets so that thousands of riders can experience Vancouver’s most iconic roadways after dark. Deck out your bike in lights and spread good cycling vibes with over 5000 other riders of all ages on this 10 kilometre slow roll.
  • First Pick Handmade – A handmade fashion and accessories show with a boutique department store feel. Shop for your new Fall 2017 look and get first pick directly from local and Canadian designers. Clothing, Jewelry, Hats, Winter Accessories, Shoes, Bags and more, curated just for you.
  • Westward Music Festival – A festival in the heart of the city featuring performers such as Vince Staples, A Tribe Called Red, Bishop Briggs, and more…
  • Whistler Village Beer Festival –  five days of beer fuelled fun with a main tasting event spanning two days, interesting seminars, unique cask nights, food pairing dinners and of course some great parties!
  • Taboo Revue Season Opener – A cast of over 20 teasers will tantalize your senses with an evening of dreamy dances, glamourous group numbers, and hilarious comedic antics – All in Screaming Chicken’s signature burlesque style.
  • Portobello West Fashion & Art Market – Embellish your wardrobe with elegant hand soldered & forged accessories, nourish your body with sustainable bath goods, redesign your space with hand painted illustrations & letterings, and refresh your taste buds with locally made spirits. 50+ BC artisans, food trucks and live entertainment.
  • West End Pop-Up Market – Jewelry, new and vintage clothing, lounge areas, greeting cards, art, accessories, housewares and more stuff by local makers.

 

sunday in vancouver

  • Vokra Walk for the Kitties – This 5k fun walk takes place at Jericho Beach and all funds raised go directly towards supporting the Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association (VOKRA)’s rescue efforts for more than 1,400 cats and kittens each year.
  • Westward Music Festival – A festival in the heart of the city featuring performers such as Vince Staples, A Tribe Called Red, Bishop Briggs, and more…
  • Portobello West Fashion & Art Market – Embellish your wardrobe with elegant hand soldered & forged accessories, nourish your body with sustainable bath goods, redesign your space with hand painted illustrations & letterings, and refresh your taste buds with locally made spirits. 50+ BC artisans, food trucks and live entertainment.
  • First Pick Handmade – A handmade fashion and accessories show with a boutique department store feel. Shop for your new Fall 2017 look and get first pick directly from local and Canadian designers. Clothing, Jewelry, Hats, Winter Accessories, Shoes, Bags and more, curated just for you.
  • Whistler Village Beer Festival –  five days of beer fuelled fun with a main tasting event spanning two days, interesting seminars, unique cask nights, food pairing dinners and of course some great parties!
  • The East Van Garage Sale: Night Edition – Clothes, jewelry, shoes, knick knacks, collectibles, drinks, dancing maybe, and chit chatting.
  • Vancouver Fringe Festival – An “everyone is welcome” style festival with un-juried, uncensored theatre in an accessible environment.
  • Richmond Night Market – The biggest night market in Richmond with hundreds of food and merchandise booths, giant dinosaurs, and lots more surprises.

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