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  • BC Place Stadium

    777 Pacific Blvd.,

    BC Place Stadium is hailed as the world's largest, air-supported domed stadium. The structure can easily convert from sports stadium to concert hall, and is home to a great variety of events -- from rock concerts to football games to consumer trade shows. It is the home to the Vancouver Whitecaps and BC Lions. BC…

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  • Rogers Arena

    800 Griffiths Way,

    The Rogers Arena (formerly known as General Motors Place prior to July 6, 2010) is an indoor sports arena. The arena seats over 18,000 for hockey and 19,000 for basketball, with 88 luxury suites, 12 hospitality suites and 2,195 club seats. In addition to being home to the Vancouver Canucks, Rogers Arena is one of…

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  • Orpheum Theatre

    884 Granville Street,

    Known as the grand old lady of Granville Street, the magnificent Orpheum Theatre features ornamental plaster work, a painted dome ceiling, grandiose chandeliers and a Wurlitzer organ. In 1977 it was completely restored and refurbished, and reopened as a 2,780-seat concert hall.

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  • Bell Performing Arts Centre

    6250 144 St.,

    The Bell Performing Arts Centre is a 1050-seat multi-purpose event theatre located in Surrey, B.C.

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  • Vancouver FanClub

    1050 Granville St,

    Vancouver FanClub is Granville Street Entertainment District's newest and boldest performance venue offering the best in live and electronic music, dining and dancing. Vancouver FanClub blends New Orleans French Quarter and contemporary West Coast design. This 6,500 square foot two-level establishment features…

  • Queen Elizabeth Theatre

    600 Block Hamilton St.,

    Officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 1959, the Queen Elizabeth Theatre is one of the largest 'soft seat' houses in Canada, accommodating 2,781 patrons. Modern and spacious, it has played host to some of the biggest shows and stars in the entertainment industry. Vancouver Opera and Ballet British Columbia are…

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  • Vancouver Centre for Performing Arts

    777 Homer St,

    The Centre is a premier entertainment facilty in Vancouver, hosting a variety of performances from music to dance. It is located in the heart of downtown Vancouver.

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  • Pacific Theatre

    1440 W 12th Ave,

    The Pacific Theatre in Vancouver was founded in 1984 and continues today to put on first-rate theatrical productions.

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  • Media Club

    695 Cambie St,

    This multi-function venue houses everything from live music to the best DJs Vancouver has to offer.

  • The Coast Plaza Hotel Suites

    1763 Comox St,

    The 267-room Coast Plaza Hotel & Suites is located in Vancouvers West End, near shops and restaurants and a short distance from English Bay beaches and Stanley Park. The hotel is adjacent to Denman Mall, featuring 30 stores and a movie theater. The hotel is home to Brasserie Bistro, Comox Street Long Bar & Grill,…

  • Stanley Park

    Stanley Park Drive,

    Stanley Park is recognized around the globe as one of the great parks of the world! Vancouvers first park and one of the citys main tourist attractions, Stanley Park is an evergreen oasis of 400 hectares (1,000 acres) close to the downtown core. Its natural west coast atmosphere offering a back drop of majestic…

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  • Swangard Stadium

    3883 Imperial Street,

    Centrally located in British Columbia's Lower Mainland, Swangard Stadium is situated in the northwest corner of Burnaby's Central Park. It is easily accessible and close to two major automobile routes as well as public transportation in form of bus and Skytrain. Plenty of overnight accommodations and restaurants are…