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Pride Premiere

When:
Friday July 27 at 5:00PM

Where:
Vancouver Art Gallery

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July 27, 2018 - 5:00-11:59pm
Vancouver Art Gallery North Plaza, 800 Block Robson

A 7-hour, 360° party circling the Vancouver Art Gallery? Yes please!

Kick-off Pride with life-size interactive art pieces, Bubly Silent Disco with multiple DJ's, beer garden, a sober lounge, community groups and vendor village, food trucks, and a banging main stage in the Vancouver Art Gallery North Plaza.

****Getting to The VAG****

The Vancouver Art Gallery is accessible by any downtown bus which runs along Georgia Street, and is within two blocks of the Vancouver City Centre Skytrain, Burrard, and Granville Skytrain Stations. There is no parking around the Vancouver Art Gallery, however there is paid public parking at the nearby Hotel Vancouver, Pacific Centre Mall, and Robson Square Complex.


****Access Information****

If you require any assistance related to accessibility or have any questions please contact accessibility@vancouverpride.ca.

Accessible gender neutral portapotties are available.

ASL Interpretation will be provided on request.

The pavilion is on level, cement ground.

Further access information will be provided in coming weeks.


****Performers****

MUSIC BY:
Colby b
Diana Boss
DjG Luve
DJ O Show
gissala
Innezz
Kasey Riot
Karsten Sollors
DJ Skylar Love
TSoftieshan
DJ Taffi Louis

DANCE PERFORMANCES BY:
Andrew Haydock
Katie Lowen
Marisa Christogeorge
Ralph Escamillan

RUNWAY COMPETITION
Hosted by Continental Breakfast featuring PM
Judged by Alma B Itches, Misty H Meadows-Gurl and Gluttony.
Featuring lewks by contestants Rogue, Cleopatra Compton, Isabella, Xana X, Gender Spice, Maiden China, Shay Dior and Molly Poppinz.

****Activities****

- Bubly Silent Disco
- Unveiling of 2018 Interactive Art Project
- Stay tuned for more!

We recognize this event takes place on the unceded, occupied territories of the x?m??kw?y??m (Musqueam), S?wx?wú7mesh (Squamish),and S?l?ílw?ta?/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) peoples and are thankful to our hosts in their stewardship of the land for time immemorial.