Locals, tourists and recent immigrants – count the number of accents you catch as you stroll here – throng the eateries and shops of...
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra
Led by popular maestro Bramwell Tovey, the city's stirring symphony orchestra serves up accessible classics and 'pops.' Shows to look...
You'll have spotted the lunchtime line-ups at the Japadog hotdog stands around town, but a storefront was also opened in 2010 by the...
868 Granville St · interesting places nearby
Local bands know they've made it when they play Vancouver's best mid-sized venue, a restored art deco ballroom that still has the city's bounciest dance floor – courtesy of tires placed under its floorboards. If you need a break from your moshing, collapse at one of the tables lining the perimeter, catch your breath with a bottled Stella and then plunge back in.
The Commodore has been entertaining locals since 1929 and everyone from Count Basie to the Dead Kennedys has played here over the years (although they apparently weren't on the same bill).