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Vancouver Street Dance Festival 2012


Friday, August 3rd, 2012 — 2:44pm PDT
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Vancouver’s first outdoor street dance festival launches this weekend with live performances and all the popping and locking you can handle. 2012 Vancouver Street Dance Festival from groovygcollection on Vimeo. “We’re trying to create an all-ages, all people party atmosphere on a Saturday afternoon in Vancouver.” This hip hop and breakdancing event takes place at […]

Free Dancing at Robson Square 2012


Thursday, June 28th, 2012 — 6:41pm PDT
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On a warm summer night out downtown, amidst blaming sirens, buskers’ beats, and the chatter of crowds on Robson, you will hear music in the distance. It will emanate from the domes that cover Robson Square and curious, you will follow your ears to the source. Aromas of hot dog carts and tantalizing food trucks […]

Dance at Dusk in Stanley Park


Tuesday, June 12th, 2012 — 2:50pm PDT
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The Vancouver Park Board is offering more than forest strolls, beach blanket sunbathing, swimming lessons, and bike rides through Stanley Park this summer as they introduce Dance at Dusk. This new program is absolutely free to join and will take place every Monday and Tuesday from now until August at Ceperley Meadow. Photo credit: John […]

Thrill The World Vancouver 2011


Thursday, October 20th, 2011 — 1:19pm PDT
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Thrill The World Vancouver returns this year as dozens of cities around the globe participate in a zombie dance, on the same day, to the music of Michael Jackson’s Thriller. Photo credit: John Biehler on Flickr Where David Lam Park The Roundhouse in Yaletown When Saturday, October 29, 2011 at 7:00pm What The world’s largest […]

La Garufa International Tango Festival


Monday, August 29th, 2011 — 1:35pm PDT
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Next month dancers and musicians from around the world will spice up Vancouver during La Garufa International Tango Festival. Argentine tango is a social dance and musical genre that originated in Argentina and Uruguay in the late 1800s. Recently it was designated by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage and important to preserve. In the […]