Last night the United Kingdom kicked off the 2013 Celebration of Light fireworks with a display that was seen live by an estimated 250,000 people. Gathered on the shores of English Bay, Kitsilano, and anywhere the fiery bursts could be spotted from the air, the James Bond-themed show dazzled. Watched @CelebofLight from English Bay. Loved […]
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The Honda Celebration of Light is the world’s largest offshore fireworks competition and in Vancouver there’s plenty of action onshore to get crowds pumped for the spectacular displays in the sky. SHOREfest is returning to English Bay and Sunset Beach, presenting talented homegrown artists in a free concert series on each night of the fireworks. […]
The world’s largest offshore fireworks competition will draw thousands to English Bay’s shoreline at the end of this month as the Honda Celebration of Light returns for another season. While you could join tens of thousands of spectators on the beach, Cactus Club Cafe is offering a one-of-a-kind dining experience that will give you one […]
It’s always fun to kick off a month with a long weekend and some sunshine, and when you throw in free family festivals, fireworks, and live music you’ve got the perfect recipe for summer fun. Thanks to those who have sent in their listings, the July Events in Metro Vancouver list is ready to roll. […]
Canada Place is presenting Canada Day fireworks in downtown Vancouver on Monday, July 1st with not one but two fireworks barges in Burrrd Inlet. One barge will be setup in Coal Harbour and the other will be closer to Dundarave in West Vancouver. The best viewing locations will be Dundarave and Ambleside in West Vancouver, […]