6 Shows Coming to Vancouver this Winter

SavvyMom April 27, 2016
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It’s our pet peeve: finding out about a concert the morning after, when you’d spent the night channel surfing for a Disney rerun. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here are a few family-friendly performances coming to Vancouver this winter you won’t want to miss.

Disney on Ice: Frozen: November 25–29
Olaf is alive and on skates in this cool production of Frozen at the Pacific Coliseum November 25–29. Sing along with ‘Let it Go’, and enjoy appearances by Disney princesses and Mickey Mouse. For an extra special treat, roundup a group of friends and book a suite—they have capactiy for 14 people.

The Nutcracker: December 17–22
Goh Ballet puts a modern touch on the iconic ballet The Nutcracker at the Centre for Performing Arts in Vancouver December 17–22. A true ballet experience with live orchestra and incredible costumes, best for children aged 6 and older.

To borrow a line from our favourite rabbit, that’s not all, folks. Click here to see the rest of the best Shows Coming to Vancouver this Winter.

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