• Powell Street Festival

    Jul 20

    The 42nd annual Powell Street Festival celebrating Japanese Canadian art and culture features a wide variety of local and international talent.

  • World Shuffle Playlist

    Jul 20

    Leela Donna interviews special guest Richard Brown from Mad Riddim and plays his new tracks as well as music by Zukie Joseph, Tugstar and Bob Marley!

  • Rupee Live at Red Room

    Jul 16

    Haus Records and Amexem Roots Rock Reggae Cultural Society are pleased to present international soca sensation, Rupee and special guest, conscious dancehall artist Tugstar.

  • Noreum Machi

    Jul 16

    Noreum Machi’s colorful program includes spectacular percussion dialogues, haunting shamanic chants, and entrancing acrobatic dances.

  • Caribbean Days

    Jul 16

    This year, the Trinidad and Tobago Cultural Society of BC brings Caribbean music, food, carnival and culture to BC at the free, annual Caribbean Days Festival in North Vancouver

  • Vancity Roots and Culture

    Jul 09

    Amexem Roots Rock Reggae Cultural Society proudly presents Vancity Roots and CultureExperience, a FREE interactive live music event featuring over a dozen local artists and dj's, at Granville Island.

  • Bard on the Beach

    Jun 30

    Bard on the Beach is one of Canada's largest not-for-profit, professional Shakespeare Festivals. Presented in a magnificent setting on the waterfront in Vancouver's Vanier Park.

  • R2R Free Screening

    Jun 30

    Come to a FREE outdoor movie on Granville Island, Friday, July 13 at Ron Basford Park's Amphitheatre and Performance Works presenting the animated feature Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet.

  • Soweto Gospel Choir

    Jun 30

    Direct from South Africa, SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR is an awe-inspiring 20 member ensemble that thrills audiences worldwide with their stunning blend of African gospel music, spirituals and popular music.

  • Indigenous Music Festival

    Jun 30

    ’Q’emcín 2 Rivers Remix – a free 2-day Indigenous Music Feast - is headlined by 2018-Juno-nominated Cree Artist ISKWÉ with special guest TA’KAIYA BLANEY