Dance in Vancouver 2021 Win Tickets

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The Dance Centre presents the 13th biennial Dance in Vancouver, celebrating BC’s contemporary dance scene, November 24 to 28, 2021 and you can enter to win tickets to a double bill! Produced every two years Dance in Vancouver showcases Vancouver’s diverse and creative dance ecology. It is unique for its concentrated focus on promoting the province’s contemporary dance talent, not only to local audiences, but also to dance promoters and curators from across Canada and around the world.

Dance in Vancouver
Tasha Faye Evans photo Erik Zennstrom; Kelly McInnes photo Sophia Wolfe; Dumb Instrument Dance Justin Calvadores photo David Cooper; Mahaila Patterson-O’Brien photo Sepehr Samimi

Dance In Vancouver

  • When: Wednesday, November 24 to Sunday, November 28, 2021
  • Where: Various venues around Vancouver
  • Tickets: Available online now for $15-$30 with a lineup of free events, and online events

Highlights include a world premiere from The Biting School; performances by Dumb Instrument Dance, Kelly McInnes and Mahaila Patterson-O’Brien; installations by Anouk Froidevaux and Action at a Distance; showings of works in process by Tasha Faye Evans, Zahra Shahab; free presentations in non-theatrical locations by MascallDance and Co.ERASGA; and a wide-ranging selection of ticketed and free events at locations around the city.

The 2021 edition has been co-devised by Melbourne, Australia-based guest curator Angela Conquet with Michelle Olson and Starr Muranko, Artistic Director and Artistic Associate respectively of Vancouver’s Raven Spirit Dance. The curators have imagined an unusual edition conceived as an invitation to experience dance as a ritual of being and sensing together. Indigenous worldviews anchor the vision for this edition which privileges intimate audiences, unusual locations and surprising formats, both live and digital.

The program includes IndigeDIV, co-produced with Raven Spirit Dance, which celebrates the unique worldview that Indigenous artists bring to the global conversation with inspirational keynotes centering Indigenous knowledge, alongside live performances, digital offerings, video installations, and a delegates’ program. Firmly grounded in, and bravely echoing, the times that we are in, Dance In Vancouver aims to connect, inspire and provoke.

Executive Director Mirna Zagar explains: “Dance In Vancouver works on many levels. It’s a great opportunity for audiences to experience work by local artists; our artists get to build their networks beyond the local context; and the presenters become more informed about our dance scene. While travel restrictions mean we won’t see our international visitors in person in the numbers we are used to, we look forward to using the digital space to connect with our colleagues around the world.” 

View the full schedule of ticket events, free events, and virtual events online now and follow The Dance Centre on Facebook for more information.

Enter to Win

I have a pair of tickets to give away to this double bill: Kelly McInnes: Blue Space & Mahaila Patterson-O’Brien: Mid-Light: A Translucent Memory on stage at the Scotiabank Dance Centre Friday November 26, 2021 at 8:00pm. Here’s how you can enter to win:

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I will draw one winner at random from all entries at 12:00pm on Tuesday, November 16, 2021. Update: The winner is Catherine!

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6 Comments  —  Comments Are Closed

  1. Catherine HercusTuesday, November 9th, 2021 — 6:15pm PST

    Would love to take my daughter

  2. Jason BTuesday, November 9th, 2021 — 8:58pm PST


  3. Tabby72Wednesday, November 10th, 2021 — 7:22am PST

    I’m always interested in seeing dance performances. Thanks!

  4. Viola MillerFriday, November 12th, 2021 — 3:34pm PST

    My daughter would love this!

  5. LanceMonday, November 15th, 2021 — 9:13pm PST

    You should be dancing. Ya !

  6. Fiona HendersonTuesday, November 16th, 2021 — 12:37pm PST

    Totally amazing prize!

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