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Great stuff to do in Vancouver this week

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If you are more into food, don’t sweat it. Winterruption is raising the roof under the bridge with Street Eats & Beats, featuring Vancouver’s top food trucks, a live DJ and local beverages under the Granville Street Bridge. For music lovers, Coastal Jazz and Blues Society is presenting amazing music all weekend long at Performance Works. And if you love original, local art, you’ll want to spend all weekend visiting exhibits and touring artists’ & artisans’ studios throughout the island.

 

Post Valentines Day Break-Up Show (Evi’s Pick)
Feb 22-23 | 7 - 10:30 PM | Rio Theatre | $15

A hilarious variety-style show with stand-up comedy, video, sketch, music & burlesque! This is your chance to be part of a live studio audience and go down in history as "that weird laugh" on Byron and Gerald's new DVD Special that we're filming. Want more info? Click here.

It’s going be a great show, so don’t wait to buy your tickets.

 

Crazy8s Gala Screening and Party (Kelly’s Pick)
Feb 23 | 6PM  | Centre of Performing Arts + VAG | $30/35

The Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts opens their doors for the 14th annual Crazy 8's short film screening at 7PM on Saturday, February 23rd. The event will showcase six new short films that were created by some of Vancouver’s most talented up-and-coming filmmakers. These films--that range from noir thrillers, to dramatic comedies and science fiction--were made in only eight days!

Check out our event preview to learn more about the films.

 

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