The pandemic continues on, but there’s hope on the horizon! As of June 15, we can have limited indoor audiences!
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All shows except shows at Frankie’s Jazz Club will be streamed–some shows for free, some with a small ticket price.

Currently, performances at Ocean Art Works on Granville Island, Performance Works on Granville Island, Ironworks, and at Frankie’s Jazz Club are  available for in-person attendance.

For Frankie’s Jazz Club performances, click the RSVP link on the individual show pages to make a reservation. Your credit card will be charged the night of the performance. Please note that no-shows will be charged at full ticket price.

For Ocean Art Works, Performance Works, and Ironworks free shows all attendees must RSVP in advance for contact tracing purposes.

Performance Works and Ironworks will be available to the public for  reservations beginning 10am on Saturday, June 19 at 10am. Donors have presale access from Thursday, June 17 at 10am.

Ticket availability is limited–we are holding approximately half the house for our donors and supporters on presale, but to keep it fair, we are making sure that there will be availability for the general public as well. If you are a donor with a presale code and unable to reserve or get a “CODE INVALID” message while trying to reserve, that means that allotment of tickets is gone. You can absolutely try again when RSVPs for the general public open up.


NOTE: Masks will be mandatory for entrance to all our venues. If you cannot wear a mask, we will be streaming most shows.

Please  have a look at our outdoor venue safety plan for Ocean Art Works which adheres to all public health orders and has been vetted by Vancouver Coastal Health and Actsafe BC.

Ironworks safety plan is available here.

Performance Works safety plan is available here.

Also, please check out this post by our Operations Director and Safety Officer Eduardo Ottoni, reflecting on some of the considerations for producing a festival in a pandemic.

We will update this page as more information becomes available.