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Things to do this week in Vancouver (Dec 10 – 14)

Monday is here and we’re not stressed one bit. This city has way too many things happening day in and day out for us to get into a bad Monday mood, so we figure we should probably share some of them with you! Here are some of the best things to do this week in Vancouver.

Fridays on Front Holiday Market

Our beloved Fridays on Front wrapped up in August, but it’s returning for a one-night holiday version this winter! On Friday, December 14, you can head under the parkade on Front Street to enjoy a selection of delicious local food and bevvies for purchase!
When: December 14
Where: Under The Parkade On Front Street In New West
Time: 4PM–9PM
Cost: Free Entry


Grouse Mountain’s Peak of Christmas

You’ll feel like you’ve been transported to the North Pole when you hit up this amazing Christmas display at Grouse Mountain, where you can find gingerbread houses, Santa’s workshop, and even hit up the mountaintop skating rink!
Where:  Grouse Mountain, 6400 Nancy Greene Way – North Vancouver
When: Until January 6
Time:  Times Vary
Cost: Prices Vary


Vancouver Aquarium Sea of Lights

Explore the magic of the aquarium in a way you never have before at this immersive light display that creates an entirely new sea-exploring experience.
Where:  Vancouver Aquarium,
When: Until January 6
Time:  10 AM – 5 PM
Cost: $21 – $38


Van Dusen Festival of Lights

If you thought this botanical oasis couldn’t get any more magical, we’re sorry to be blunt… but you’re wrong. Festival of Lights is like Van Dusen in full Hulk mode, so prepare to be dazzled by a million twinkling lights, a Broadway-worthy light and Christmas musical display show, and a degree of festive spirit that would impress Santa himself.
Where: Van Dusen Gardens– 5251 Oak Street
When: December 1st – January 6th
Time:  Times Vary
Cost: $18.50 Online; $20 At Gate


Canyon Lights at Capilano Suspension Bridge

One of Vancouver’s classic landmarks, Capilano Suspension Bridge, has been transformed into a glistening rainforest holiday experience! With the world’s tallest living Christmas trees, thousands of sparkling lights, a live band and so much more, your fear of heights is sure to be the last thing on your mind.
Where: Capilano Suspension Bridge– 3755 Capilano Road, North Vancouver
When: Open until January 28
Time: Times Vary
Cost: $46.95 per person


Shakey Graves

This master of the Americana sound makes music for musicians and music fans alike, so there is guaranteed to be something for everyone in his setlist.
Where:  Queen Elizabeth Theatre, 650 Hamilton Street
When: Wednesday, December 12
Time: 8 PM
Cost: $30 – $55


Tenacious D

Jack Black and Kyle Gass are bringing their raucous brand of opera-rock to the Queen E Theatre for what is sure to be as entertaining as it is original and hilarious.
Where:  Queen Elizabeth Theatre, 650 Hamilton Street
When: Thursday, December 13
Time:  7:30 PM
Cost: $40 – $80


Conan O’Brien & Friends

The late-night legend is bringing all the hilarity you can handle to town for a night of laughs that you won’t soon forget.
Where:  Queen Elizabeth Theatre, 650 Hamilton Street
When: Friday, December 14
Time:  8 PM
Cost: $70 and Up
Enjoy yourselves out there, Vancouver!

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