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August 01 - 03 , 2014
Powell Street Festival presents an exciting new addition to the Festival: The Marketplace! The Marketplace will be a designated commerce area offering a new type of curated shopping and display experience to the Festival. This is an excellent opportunity for businesses or sponsors offering Japanese Canadian and/or Asian Canadian goods and services to reach a potential market of 15,000 festival goers! Prices are based on a daily or combined two-day rate of $250/day or $400/two days. We provide a 10 x 10 tent as well as a table and two chairs. There will also be a nearby performance area featuring the sights and sounds of some of the Downtown Eastside’s diverse musical acts as well as Japanese Canadian and Asian Canadian performers. . (Click here for more info)
August 1-3, 2014
Vancouver Pride has become the most exciting parade and festival in the City of Vancouver. What began as a small local march has grown into a nationally and internationally recognized LGBT event bringing more than 650,000 people into the streets in one day! Our Pride is spectacular with the summer sunshine, the crowds in their colours, the music, the dancing and the fun inclusive, family friendly atmosphere. With the support of amazing sponsors and volunteers, Vancouver Pride is one of the world’s premier celebration of culture and diversity. (Click here for more info)
July 31 - August 4, 2014
Squamish Days is a weekend full of excitement, fun and action aimed to make every member of the family smile. There are music & art events, children's activities, a parade, wacky bed races, a 10 km run, pancake breakfast and two world class Loggers Sports Shows with competitors from all around the world. This event showcases not only Squamish’s rich heritage, but also it's strong and vibrant community spirit.
August , 2014
For 11 days each August, the Vancouver Queer Film Festival brings the very best in queer independent cinema from around the world to Vancouver. The Queer History Project responds
to the growing need of Vancouver's
August 16-September 1, 2014
Rides, games, food, markets, concerts
and more all in one day!