EMPIRE GAMES BROMONT | RECAP + GALLERY
This past Saturday, March 7th, in Bromont, QC, we experienced one of Quebec’s biggest snowboard gathering of the season. The Empire Games,...
We like the sound of everything that this event is bringing to Vancouver May 30 to June 2. If you’re in the reachable vicinity, it’s our humble opinion that you partake.
HOUSE OF VANS HEADS TO VANCOUVER FOR FOUR DAY POP-UP EXPERIENCE
Highlights Include Musical Performances by John Maus and 88GLAM, Street Market, Art Exhibition, Skatepark and more.
Montreal, QC. (May 9, 2019) – Vans is pleased to announce House of Vans in Vancouver from May 30th to June 2nd. As the cultural hub for the brand, House of Vans is an incubator of creative expression bringing to life Vans’ founding pillars of action sports, art, music and street culture. Vans is excited to bring the pop-up experience for the first time in Vancouver in celebration of the vibrant community based in the city. The densely packed, four days of programming will take place at the Harbour Event Centre at 750 Pacific Boulevard (formally known as the Edgewater Casino). House of Vans Vancouver programming will include live musical performances by John Maus, and Canadian hip hop duo, 88GLAM. Creative activations include ROCK SOLID celebrating 5 Years of Crack Gallery and a variety of workshops including screen printing, zine making, cartooning with Los Angeles based artist Jay Howell, and a Vans Customs workshop. House of Vans will also host a street market showcasing local vendors and a skatepark built and designed in partnership with key partners in the skateboard community to honour Vancouver’s rich history in skateboarding. The pop-up event will host daily open skate sessions in a custom indoor skatepark and a Skate Skool clinic for beginners. Additionally, House of Vans is proud to present Get on Board: a celebration of women’s skateboarding. The initiative invites women of all ages to participate in on-site skate clinics, inspiring a new wave of women’s skateboarding progression. “As one of the key cultural hubs in Canada we are excited to bring the House of Vans to Vancouver for the first time