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Light Up Chinatown, Chutzpah Festival and late summer eats.
Your weekly roundup of the top events in the city, including art exhibitions, local theatre, restaurant openings, concerts, film, markets and other to-dos we think you’ll love. If you have a Vancouver event you’d like to submit for consideration, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read on for this week’s lineup.
Chinatown’s two-day, family-friendly festival is back with a full slate of new, exciting experiences, including performances from Goh Ballet, DJ Kubanito and the Madison Reunion Band. Arrive hungry because will be an array of food trucks, a self-guided culinary walking tour of Chinatown, plus, Beaucoup Bakery and Chinatown BBQ’s fan fave Peking duck croissant will be available both days.
When: September 10-11
Where: 500 Columbia Street and neighbouring streets in Chinatown
More Info: chinatownfoundation.org
Enjoy a night of culinary treasures at this celebration of end of summer produce. Experience dishes made with local ingredients from around Abbotsford and the Fraser Valley, handcrafted beverages, and live music.
When: September 9
Where: Jubilee Park
Cost: $35 (includes 8 food tokens)
More Info: eventbrite.ca
As part of this year’s Chutzpah! Festival, Take This Waltz is a celebration of legendary Canadian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen. This world premiere includes music, opera, dance, and stunning visuals—all staged by Israeli choreographer and director Idan Cohen.
When: September 10-11
Where: Norman & Annette Rothstein Theatre
Cost: $40; $34 students and seniors
More Info: chutzpahfestival.com
Le Burger Week is back across Cananda for its 11th edition—this time, it’s changing things up with an plant-based theme. Over 20 Vancouver restaurants are offering exciting, limited-edition eats—like Meet’s Everyday I’m Trufflin’ and Bells and Whistles’ The Chopped Beyond. All of the burgers are exclusively delivered by DoorDash, and you can vote on your favourites via their website.
When: September 1-September 14
Where: Various Restaurants
More Info: leburgerweek.com/