FRIDAY: The Barn Burner is a fundraiser in the BlueShore Financial Center for the Performing Arts presenting steven page Y barney bentallwith all proceeds to benefit youth mental health initiatives throughout the North Shore.

FRIDAY: projection on vanity theater from John Carpenter’s 1982 horror classic full of effects The thingstarring Kurt Russell.

FRIDAY: The Talking Stick Festival, Vancouver Civic Theatersand the TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival Present performances by indigenous artists spanning multiple genres and nations on the indigenous summer stage at the Queen Elizabeth Theater Square.

Jane Stanton performs stand-up comedy.

FRIDAY: Comedy here often? presents a stand-up comedy show in 604 studies with host Peter Grant, Mike Greenwood, Aaron Read, Machine Michelle and headliner Jane Stanton.

FRIDAY: Brass house band Too Many Zooz mixes jazz, Afro-Cuban rhythms, funk, EDM and house music at the sound of fortune club.

FRIDAY: ZOSO–The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience performs at the trolley theater.

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY: The Days is a duo created by the English choreographer Theo Clinkard in collaboration with the Finnish dancers Maria Nurmela and Ville Oinonen, which was presented at the Scotiabank Dance Center.

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY: Deep Cove Stage Society presents performances in Deep Cove Shaw Theater until June 25 at Ken Ludwig’s moon over buffaloDirected by Kayt Roth.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY: The four-day Sound of Dragon Music Festival features Inuit and Mongolian throat singing and Taiwanese folk music fused with jazz in the annex.

The Dragon Boat Festival takes place at Concord Pacific Place, Creekside Park, and False Creek.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY– The Concord Pacific Dragon Boat Festival features more than 130 teams competing in dragon boat races, with events held at Concord Pacific Place, Creekside Park, and False Creek. Artists on the main stage include local indie favorites like Zolas, Hotel Mira and Mauvey.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY: Uninvited: Canadian Women Artists in the Modern Moment brings together more than 200 works of art from a generation of painters, photographers, weavers, beadworkers, and sculptors. In force until January 8, 2023, in the Vancouver Art Gallery.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY: Pacific Theater Presents Canadian Premiere of Joel Horwood’s Play The wolves are coming for you.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY: The Imitation Game: Visual Culture in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, a new exhibition in Vancouver Art Gallery Through October 23, it examines the extraordinary uses (and abuses) of AI in the production of modern and contemporary visual culture around the world.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY: In collaboration with the Winnipeg Art Gallery, the vancouver museum presents the traveling exhibition Guest X until October.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY: New exhibit T. rex: the Ultimate Predator reveals the story of the world’s most iconic dinosaur through life-size models, fossil casts and interactive attractions. The exhibition will be open until January 22, 2023 at science world.

Old Soul Rebel performs on Friday as part of the jazz festival.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY: The 2022 TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival features performances by renowned musicians from around the world at various venues throughout Vancouver through July 3.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY: All Under the Sun: In Memory of Andrew Gruft, one of the highlights of the Capture Photography Festival, will be open until September 11 at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY– The Queer Arts Festival presents three weeks of both playful and insightful music, theater, and literary events exploring the theme of “Hauntings,” running through July 8 at various locations around Vancouver.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY: we were so far is a traveling exhibition, which shows in the Vancouver Maritime Museum through November 27, which uses first-person narratives and archival footage to tell stories of the Inuit residential school experience.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY: Joint Theater Company presents performances in waterfront theater of the plays marjorie first Y Ignore, in repertoire until July 2.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY: Canoe Cultures :: Ho’-ku-melh in the Vancouver Maritime Museum features the work of 20 indigenous artists and carvers along with historical images and information that tells the story of resistance and strength of indigenous peoples through the war canoe and all it stands for. Curated by indigenous artist and cultural historian Roxanne Charles, the exhibition will run through July 3.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY: coastal reflectionsan exhibition of photographers Sanam Khani and Trevor Schmidtruns through July 3 at West Vancouver’s Kay Meek Arts Center.

Xicanx: Dreamers + Changemakers / Dreamers + creators of change Shows in MOA.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY: showing on the UBC Museum of Anthropology until January 1 is Xicanx: Dreamers + Changemakers / Dreamers + creators of changeshowcasing the rich traditions of 33 Xicanx artists.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY: the Arts Club Theater Company presents performances in Stanley Industrial Alliance Theater until July 31 curly bootsa Tony Award-winning musical that celebrates compassion and acceptance.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY: ghosts of the machinea new exhibition curated by Elliott Ramsey that looks at the relationships between humans, technology and ecology, will be on view through August 14 at the polygon gallery.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY: showing on the polygon gallery until july 3 is growing darknessan exhibition of photographs of the Russian war against Ukraine by Alexander Glyadvelov.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY: the Bill Reid Gallery presents the exhibition True to the place: stímetstexw tel xéltelexamining the work of 10 indigenous artists from the Northwest Coast, through March 19, 2023.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY: a princess disguises herself as a man to conquer love In Pierre Carlet’s 1732 comedy by Chamblain de Marivaux, the triumph of lovea PAL studio theater.

He cheers for the BC Lions as the Argonauts version.

SATURDAY: the BC Lions assume the Toronto Argonauts in Canadian Soccer League action at BC Place Stadium.

SATURDAY: in PopCappella II the chor leoni The all-male choir performs pop songs by artists including The Weeknd, Stevie Wonder, Jimmy Cliff and A-ha at St. Andrew-Wesley United Church.

SATURDAY: New York rapper and record producer Bishop Nehru performs the Biltmore Cabaret.

SATURDAY: Karen Flamenco Dance Company presents its production Wizard of Oz in the vancouver theater.

SATURDAY: Zambian-born, UK-based electronic music artist Laxcity plays 369 Cheekwith guest So your.

SATURDAY: Portland, Oregon indie-rock band Typhoon plays the trolley theaterwith guests Maita.

Joyce N’Sana performs at the North Van Civic Plaza.

SATURDAY: Montreal-based singer-songwriter Joyce N’sana performs Afro-blues-hop music at the North Vancouver City Civic Plaza.

SATURDAY: Seinfield Burlesque is a bizarre night of dance performances (and partial nudity) at the Rio Theater featuring characters from Seinfeld TV show.

SATURDAY– The Root Dwellers monthly music showcase features performances by SIESKI, Molly Annelle and Fionn at the Club Anza.

SATURDAY: The six-piece Celtic folk band The Wheat in the Barley plays the White Rock Elk Hallwith guests Saint Cecilia.

SATURDAY: american comedian bill burr perform standup in sand rogers.

My Dad Wrote a Porno is at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre.

SATURDAY: the comedy team behind the hit podcast My dad wrote a porn perform their new show live at the Queen Elizabeth Theater.

SATURDAY: Kristine Koster leads a Forest Therapy Walk inspired by the Japanese tradition of Shinrin-Yoku in VanDusen Botanical Garden. SOLD OUT.

SATURDAY: projection in the Rio Theater of Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Storydirectors Frank Marshall and Ryan Suffern’s documentary about the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

SATURDAY: Vancouver Symphony concertmaster Nicholas Wright performs a triple function as curator, leader and soloist for a concert in the Chan Center for the Performing Arts showing the sounds of the VSO string section.

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY: The 25th annual Scandinavian Summer Festival at the Scandinavian Community Center features cultural exhibits, craft vendors, live musical performances and Scandinavian food.

Atanarjuat: the fast runner Cinematheque screens.

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY: projection on the Cinematheque from Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner by Zacharias Kunuk, the first feature film in the Inuktitut language.

SUNDAY: Foodstock 2022 at Swangard Stadium is a benefit of the Greater Vancouver Food Bank featuring eight bands and eight breweries, including the main band dub sinister.

SUNDAY: the Vancouver White Capes assume the New England Revolution in Major League Soccer action at BC Place Stadium.

SUNDAY: WrestleCore in the rickshaw theater presents the first title defense of the INFINITY title, between adam ryder and former Impact X-Division Champion Michael Trey.

SUNDAY: Toronto band Kobo Town, with Trinidadian composer Drew Gonsalves, redefines calypso music in Lynn Valley Village.

Milla Jovovich in The fifth element.

SUNDAY: 25th anniversary screening at the Rio Theater of The fifth elementdirector Luc Besson’s over-the-top sci-fi flick about a taxi driver who unknowingly becomes the central figure in the search for a legendary cosmic weapon.

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