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Outdoor Summer Concerts

Pick a music genre and you are likely to find a summer music festival in Vancouver, or at least within a short drive or boat ride. Folk, jazz, roots and blues, top 40, classical, and ska, the Lower Mainland has it all. Even the City of Vancouver is getting into the action with a 3-day music festival in Stanley Park to celebrate Vancouver’s 125th anniversary. With venues ranging from the streets of Gastown, to the open-air concert bowl at Deer Lake in Burnaby, to the urban parkland of Stanley Park and the rugged mountain-lined valley of Squamish, the festival settings are almost as attractive as the events themselves.
Why not spice up your experience by hiring our reliable stretch SUV limousine to drive you to the event. You won’t have to worry about parking and we’ll be there to pick you up after the concert. Call your friends and family and step into the limo to start your evening. Cherish your experience and know the memories made will be enjoyed for years to come.

Some of the venues include:

Vancouver International Jazz Festival

June 18 – July 1, 2015
Music festivals abound, but one stands out for its innovative and adventurous programming. The TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival has been called “North America’s most comprehensive and consistently rewarding jazz showcase” and “has set the standard for excellence, creativity, and positive energy.”Produced by Coastal Jazz & Blues Society, the Jazz Festival is a colossal event that draws well over half a million people to its 35 indoor and outdoor stages. The Society also produces concerts for the annual Winterruption Festival, numerous year-round concerts and education and outreach programs like TD High School Jazz Intensive and musician workshops.Coastal Jazz supports so much diverse music in the city that it is the foundation of music in Vancouver, inspiring the city’s soundtrack.

July 12, 2015 in Deer Lake Park
The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra performs its annual free outdoor concert showcasing the beauty of Burnaby’s Deer Lake Park. The crowd will be pleased with the program of light classics and popular favourites. Come early, bring a blanket and a picnic basket, and settle in for a wonderful evening with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. Just a reminder that parking in the vicinity is limited, so alternate transportation is recommended.

From July 17-19, 2015
The 38th annual Vancouver Folk Music Festival  presents 60 music acts from over 14 countries, ten US states, and seven provinces and territories at beautiful Jericho Beach Park

Weekly on Thursday July 16, 2015 to Thursday August 20, 2015

Spend your summer nights dining and dancing as you drink in the sights of Vancouver’s own urban oasis at this year’s Enchanted Evenings by the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden. Intended to stop you in your tracks, the Garden takes on added dimensions of intimacy and magic at sunset and you’re invited. Be taken away with our widely celebrated line-up of performers and enjoy gourmet picnic dinners by the award-winning Emelle’s catering. From the sultry and seductive vocals of Chanteuse Deanna Knight to the invigorating reverberations of Steinway grand pianos, you are sure to leave inspired.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 2015  DEER LAKE PARK – BURNABY, BC  Gates:  12:00 PM Show:  1:00 PM

Deer Lake Park is set to host the annual Burnaby Blues + Roots Festival on Saturday, August 8. Now in its sixteenth year, the summer event will once again feature a full day of amazing music in a picturesque, family-friendly environment. This year’s lineup includes an eclectic mix of local and international artists: The Sheepdogs, Lee Fields & The Expressions, Ruthie Foster, Nathan & The Zydeco Cha-Cha’s, Eagle Rock Gospel Singers, The Devin Cuddy Band, Jim Byrnes & The Sojourners, Terra Lightfoot, Sibel Thraser, Harpdog Brown, Jesse Roper, and Colleen Rennison.