Many people in relationships will agree that Valentine’s Day is an annoying commercial carnival. But the fact is, most of them get involved in the party anyway. So what kind of party options are there for singles and/or haters?You can always book a solo session at Float House or try one of these three suggestions we dug up.
Vancouver’s Horror Comic Gerald Gerald Geraldson is back and he’s got a broken heart. (In fact he has several in a freezer in the basement, but that’s a different story). Gerald’s been dumped and he’s got an axe to grind on St Valentine. Literally. On Friday the 13 join Gerald and his favorite funny friends for Friday the 13th Single Losers Anti-Valentines Comedy Massacre. Expect laughs, screams, and chainsaws. Let’s come together to say Screw Valentines Day! Doors 8pm. Show 9pm. Ticket prices: Single losers: $13.00 / $10.00 Advance. Happy young couples in love: $666.00 (each). Virgins get in free! *
No date for Valentine’s Day? Who cares. Meet other Vancouver singles at one of the city’s most popular venues, The Blackbird. The event is put together by Match.com. Tix are $20.
It takes two to tango this Valentines Day at the Rio Theatre. Back after last year’s sold out show, the highly anticipated Burlesque Duos will feature never seen before burlesque duets featuring eight of Vancouver’s top teasers. Doors at 8pm. Show at 9pm. Tix: $20 in advance/ $25 at the door.
Last modified: February 12, 2015