6 Fun Things to Do in Vancouver Labour Day Long Weekend

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The Fair at PNE

The Fair at PNE

Sticking around in Vancouver over the the Labour Day Long Weekend? Us too. You’re in good company. Here are 6 fun ways to use up the last moments of summer.

6 Fun Things to Do in Vancouver Labour Day Long Weekend

1. Play at the Fair at the PNE

The PNE, Vancouver’s 100-year-old version of a traditional country fair, takes place through Sept. 1. Crowds turn out for the rides, exhibits and the over-the-top, disgustingly-decadent eats including deep-frin\ed macaroni balls, deep-fried oreos, deep-fried mars bars, funnel cake, ostrich sliders, and two-foot hot dogs.

2. Food Cart Festival at Olympic Village

If you haven’t made it out yet, do not miss the  last day of Vancouver’s original food cart festival with over 20 talented Vancouver street food vendors, a flea market, DJs and much more. Food Cart Fest takes place Sunday, August 31, from noon to 5pm at 215 West 1st Avenue between the Cambie Bridge and Olympic Village.

3. Food Cart Fest Sunset Beach Party

On August 29, from 5pm until sundown, Sunset Beach will be transformed into Venice Beach, California. You can find  food carts, roller disco, a craft market, music and more at the new Sunset Beach Socials this summer.

4. Gastown BBQ and Chili Festival

Vancouver’s one and only BBQ & Chili festival is back Saturday, August 30 and Sunday, August 31. Twelve Gastown restaurants will compete in a grilling showdown. Hungry attendees can sink their teeth into bbq ribs, chicken wings, brisket and more. Find it at the 200 Block of Carrall Street, Vancouver

5. Victory Square Block Party

This free community concert/end of summer party returns Sunday, August 31 at Victory Square, at the edge of Gastown. This is where the low-key Vancouverites congregate to hear 9 local bands, two DJs and take advantage of Community Pizzeria food truck. The entertainment runs 2pm-9pm.

6. TAIWANfest

One of the world’s largest arts and cultural events outside of Taiwan, TAIWANfest is a three-day festival that takes over Granville Street in downtown Vancouver August 30 to September 1

Last modified: September 1, 2014

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