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Are you planning a vacation at the world famous Whistler Blackcomb Mountain Resort?
A private, chauffeured vehicle is a very comfortable and stress-free way to enjoy the Sea-to-Sky Highway, one of BC’s most scenic highways.
ALICIA KEYS & MIGUEL 2013!
MAROON 5 WITH NEON TREES AND THE OWL CITY
Following the release of their best selling new album, Overexposed, GRAMMY winning recording artist Maroon 5 have announced details of their 2013 North American tour presented by Sony Xperia™ Smartphones. Maroon 5 will be joined by Neon Trees and Owl City on all dates making this the hottest concert package of the Spring. The Live Nation produced tour will make 31 stops across North America and lands in Vancouver March 9, 2013.
Are you heading to Rogers Arena on March 9th, Saturday for Maroon 5 concert?Get there on time and call us now to book your ride 604-874-4880. Don’t miss it!
SEDAN PRIVATE TRANSFERS WHISTLER
Whistler Blackcomb attracts skiers and snowboarders from around the world. The two mountains, together the largest ski area in North America, feature more than 200 marked runs, 37 lifts, 16 alpine bowls and three glaciers. The resort is also an outstanding venue for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, backcountry skiing, snowmobiling, and guided heli-skiing and cat-skiing.
We offer private Luxury Sedan service from the Vancouver International Airport (YVR), downtown Vancouver, the Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley area, and the Seattle area to Whistler and return.
Perfect for the single traveller, couples or if you are in a group of up to 3, our Luxury Sedan is the right choice. Ski racks are available if needed.
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A Canadian entertainment company, self-described as a “dramatic mix of circus arts and street entertainment.” Based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and located in the inner-city area of Saint-Michel, it was founded in Baie-Saint-Paul in 1984 by two former street performers, Guy Laliberté and Gilles Ste-Croix.
Initially named Les Échassiers, they toured Quebec in 1980 as a performing troupe and encountered financial hardship that was relieved by a government grant in 1983 as part of the 450th anniversary celebrations of Jacques Cartier’s discovery of Canada for Europe.Le Grand Tour du Cirque du Soleil was a success in 1984, and after securing a second year of funding, Laliberté hired Guy Caron from the National Circus School to re-create it as a “proper circus”. Its theatrical, character-driven approach and the absence of performing animals helped define Cirque du Soleil as the contemporary circus (“nouveau cirque”) that it remains today.
Each show is a synthesis of circus styles from around the world, with its own central theme and storyline. Shows employ continuous live music, with performers rather than stagehands changing the props. After financial successes and failures in the late 1980s, Nouvelle Expérience was created – with the direction of Franco Dragone – which not only made Cirque profitable by 1990, but allowed it to create new shows.
Now Playing in Vancouver : AMALUNA
Amaluna invites the audience to a mysterious island governed by Goddesses and guided by the cycles of the moon.
Their queen, Prospera, directs her daughter’s coming-of-age ceremony in a rite that honours femininity, renewal, rebirth and balance which marks the passing of these insights and values from one generation to the next.
In the wake of a storm caused by Prospera, a group of young men lands on the island, triggering an epic, emotional story of love between Prospera’s daughter and a brave young suitor. But theirs is a love that will be put to the test. The couple must face numerous demanding trials and overcome daunting setbacks before they can achieve mutual trust, faith and harmony.
Christmas is an exciting time of year but it can also be a busy and stressful time too. So have you thought of hiring limo Vancouver for Christmas day?
There are always so many different places you need to be on Christmas day and so many things you have to remember. Wouldn’t it be nice if you hired Limo Vancouver to take you everywhere you needed to go?
Vancouver has lot to offer!
Vancouver Christmas Market
The Vancouver Christmas Market is back for its third year from November 24 to December 24, 2012
Bright Nights Stanley Park
At Stanley Park’s Bright Nights, over a million twinkly lights transform the forest and the famous Miniature Train into a winter wonderland. Ride the train, visit Santa, see the Parade of Trees, and more at this top Vancouver Christmas attraction for kids and families.
Santa Clause Parade
The Rogers Santa Claus Parade features over 60 marching bands, dance troupes, festive floats and community groups, attracting over 300,000 spectators along its route through downtown Vancouver.
Peak of Christmas – Grouse Mountain
It’s no secret that Vancouver rarely gets snow in winter. Temperatures remain mild, and even a dusting of the white stuff downtown is big news.
But that doesn’t stop Vancouver from having its own winter wonderland. Twenty minutes outside of the city rise the snowcapped peaks of Grouse Mountain. With summits rising to more than 1,220 metres, the popular ski mountain receives some 10 metres of snow every winter.
Below are the possible activities:
Night Clubs that provide Halloween parties for the adults. With so many places to go and people dress up and get in the Halloween spirit, the most popular nightclubs welcome eveyone in costume to party. Some nightclubs, even have prizes for the best costume. Spooky lighting and fog machines fill the dance floors as people dress in their costume. Check Club zone for more info.
Fright Night at PNE!
Fright Nights possesses Playland from October 17-31 and features 6 fright houses, including the new house FEAR, 13 rides, The Monsters of Schlock and their horrifying comedy act plus other terrifying shows and attractions. During this time, haunted houses are brought in and setup in Playland and employed monsters are roaming the park scaring people. All of the parks amusement rides are in operation with the exception of the children’s attractions.
Stanley Park Ghost Train
Step right up and witness death-defying acts of human daredevilry on the Stanley Park Halloween Ghost Train. The Circus of Disaster is a must-do Halloween event for young families with the right mix of fear and fun.The train has left the station and there’s no turning back! You’re in the deep dark woods now! Might as well just bite the apple, hang on to your beanstalk and spot as many golden eggs as you can. Come see what’s crawling up Rapunzel’s hair?…and why the fairy Godmother looks so..hungry?.. and if the Pied Piper really thinks you’re going to follow him into that tunnel? Just remember..never trust the trolls and never, ever, look up to a witch..unless she’s 12 feet tall!
It’s that time of the year again!
PNE is open from August 18 – September 03, 2012 from 11 am to midnight!
The Pacific National Exhibition is a non profit organization which hosts an annual 17-day summer fair, seasonal amusement park, and arena in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It usually begins in mid-to-late August, and ends in early September, usually Labour Day.
The PNE has played an important role in the history of Vancouver. From its beginnings as a showcase for the region’s agriculture and economy, it has grown immensely. This growth has resulted in many questions about the fair’s future at Hastings Park. Beginning in 1997, the city has restored a large portion of the park. Many old fair buildings have been demolished and replaced by a more natural character. Although land was purchased in Surrey that was to become the fair’s new home, the PNE has since transferred ownership from the province to the city of Vancouver and will remain at Hastings Park. The PNE is a registered charity.
With hundreds of performances and exhibits, more than 50 thrilling rides & attractions and all that food, we dare you not to have fun at the Fair at the PNE! Make sure to check out the diverse Summer Night Concerts, and new daily program the WestJet Family Fun Series, brand new live guest participation show Family Feud and interactive Star Trek exhibit, then of course the legendary Superdogs and the night time finale, Pop City!
Regular : $20
Senior citizen : $8
*Children under 13 FREE!
Regular (over 48″ tall): $42.75
Regular (under 48″ tall): $29.75
for more pricing info check out The Fair at the PNE
Exhibits & Attractions at the fair:
*PNE Prize Home Lottery
*Safeway Farm Country
* BRAND NEW Star Trek: The Exhibition!
*Canfor’s Play house Challenge – NEW!
*8th Annual Sand Sculpture Competition
*2nd Annual Rib Festival Competition
*Art In The Park
*The PNE Green Scene
For more details check The Fair at the PNE
Atmosfear has been every exciting with the launch of the last years extreme swing ride ATMOSFEAR! Imaging being 200ft in the air, swinging 360°at 70km/hr while in the pitch black fall sky!
Breakdance cars spin around one large rotating disk, with its insane lateral forces and multi-directional variable speed
Crazy Beach party The thrilling action of the Crazy Beach Party will send riders spinning rapidly on a huge disc while swinging back and forth like a pendulum to a height of 90 degrees!
Drop Zone Riders wear specially designed flight suits that connect to cables suspended from two steel archway towers
Hellevator The hair-raising ride of the Hellevator is a must for thrill seekers looking to experience 4.5 G’s of total fun! Riders are secured in seats, surrounding a 202-foot vertical tower, where the seat cart shoots upward at 75 kph and then free falls back towards the ground, providing an added free-falling force of negative 1 G on the way down
More rides info check The Fair at the PNE
*Wooden Roller Coaster
Vancouver Pride Parade 2012
Vancouver Pride Parade is set to welcome over half a million people downtown this Sunday August 05, 2012, starting at 12:00pm. One of the biggest events of the year in BC.
Vancouver Pride has become the most exciting parade and festival in the City of Vancouver. What began as a small local march has grown into a nationally and internationally recognized LGBT event bringing more than 650,000 people into the streets in one day! Our Pride is spectacular with the summer sunshine, the crowds in their colours, the music, the dancing and the fun inclusive, family friendly atmosphere. With the support of amazing sponsors and volunteers, Vancouver Pride is one of the world’s premier celebration of culture and diversity
The annual Pride Parade is the largest Parade in Western Canada, and one of the largest in North America. Starting at 12 noon on the day of the Pride Festival, at Robson Street and Thurlow Street, the Parade heads West down Robson to Denman Street, follows Denman to Pacific and Beach Avenues and finishes at the Sunset Beach Festival Site.
The Parade has a contingent of approximately 150 entries, including cars, floats and marching units. Among the regulars are the Vancouver Police and Fire Departments, Dykes on Bikes, PFLAG, Little Sister’s Bookstore, and many of the bars and clubs from the Davie Village.A regular feature of each Parade is an institution of Parade Marshalls. Often it is a person representing a country where simillar events are banned and gay people are still persecuted.