Things To Do In Vancouver Labour Day Events 2015

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Looking for things to do in Vancouver this Labour Day Weekend? We’ve been doing the research for you so you can take more time to have fun!


Friday, Sept 5 / Saturday, Sept 6 / Sunday, Sept 7 (Various Times)

Like to catch a good ball game? No doubt! This weekend it’s time to pull out the Spits and fill up on hotdogs and beer at a Canadian’s game. Which day you ask? They’ll be around all weekend playing the Everett AquaSox with games on Friday, Saturday and Sunday! If you’re invited onto ‘The Hey Y’all Porch’ with the free buffet, let me tell you from experience, DO IT!

Tickets are limited but scalpers walk around constantly with extras at hand. And let me give you a tip, if you see a businessman walking around with an envelope full with tickets, wait patiently nearby. Trish from accounting probably won’t show up and you’ll get a hell of a deal taking those pesky tickets off that miffed boss.

Museum of Vancouver

On until Sunday, Sept 7

Museum of Vancouver

This is the last weekend to catch Stefan Sagmeister’s The Happy Show at the Museum of Vancouver. This exhibit tests the boundaries of art and design with interactive questions on ‘What Makes Us Happy’. Check it out while you still can.

Admission is between $8-14 (Youth-Adult) with a $32 family deal.

Richmond World Festival

Friday, Sept 5 at Minoru Park from 11am-9pm

On Friday you’re in for an experience if you stop by the Richmond World Festival. Explore food trucks, the culinary stage, an artisan market, the global village, and an impressive music stage. Speaking of music, Matt & Kim will be headlining that evening so get ready for the sweatiest dance party you’ve ever experienced!

México Fest

Saturday, Sept 6 from 12pm-6pm

Mexico Fest

It’s time to get festive with México Fest over at the Roundhouse Community Centre.
This event is easily accessible from the skytrain and is expected to be a ton of fun with over 15 performances. It’s time to experience Mexico in Vancouver.

The Fair at the PNE

Until Sunday, Sept 7

The PNE has been a tradition in Vancouver since 1910. With a calendar stocked full of performances and events, the PNE is an exciting place to the take your family this weekend. Rides, cotton candy, games, corn dogs, candy apples, and oh so much more delicious fun!

Taiwan Fest

Thursday, Sept 4 – Sunday, Sept 7 on Granville Street (Various Times)

A free festival with delicious food? I’m in! All along Granville Street this weekend get ready for Taiwanese performances and traditional food prepared by some top chefs. Check out their Full Event List to find more details about events each evening.

Looking for something a little more quiet?

There are plenty of coffee shops to relax at all over the city. You could even try the Coffee Halfway App which helps you meet friends halfway at the perfect location.


story written by Jacqui Janzen