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Flamenco Fest, African Heritage Fest and more.
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Read on for this week’s lineup.
The International Flamenco Fest is back for its 32nd year and with it comes an exceptional lineup of local and international flamenco artists, plus free outdoor events, workshops and masterclasses. To kick off the almost month-long event, you can see Vancouver- and Victoria-based dance and music artists this week at Granville Island.
When: September 3-25
Where: Various locations
Cost: Varies; some free
More Info: vancouverflamencofestival.org
The African Heritage Festival of Music and Dance features art, music, and dance (from cultural to contemporary), from the African Canadian perspective. There will also be a local, national, and international art and culture market that features work from Africa, the Americas and all of the African diaspora.
When: September 2-4
Where: 3 Civic Plaza
Cost: Day 1-2: Free; Day 3 from $50
More Info: festivalafrica.org
The Polygon Gallery’s Chester Fields initiative encourages the development of teen photographers by providing a professional platform for them to showcase their work. This new exhibit challenged the photographers to revisit a subject multiple times to discover what possibilities can be drawn from that process. The results are moving and deeply contemplative.
When: August 10-September 11
Where: Polygon Gallery
Cost: By donation
More Info: thepolygon.ca
As summer comes to an end, head to Bard on the Beach and watch Shakespeare’s timeless tragedy of love and loss. Enjoy a powerful and passionate performance of courage as this version of the story aims to cast a new light on Juliet’s experience.
When: August 3-September 24
Where: Sen̓áḵw/Vanier Park
Cost: From $27
More Info: bardonthebeach.org
Vancouver’s beloved fried chicken joint, DL Chicken is launching a fun collab with local lifestyle brand Crash. Available at both DL locations, the limited-edition collection features custom shirts, hats, key chains and a Crash x DL meal box with special fry dips (yes, they are blue).
When: September 2-3
Where: DL Chicken Commercial Drive and DL Chicken UBC
More Info: dlchickenshack.ca