Vancouver is getting a new place to party.
Another space for music lovers is opening its doors soon.
Popular outdoor music event organizer Sunwave is opening a new-age industrial venue to serve as an exclusive hub for its musical experiences.
"It is built with a state-of-the-art sound system and full minimalistic redesign of an old warehouse. However, it is not a club," Sunwave tells V.I.A. in an email. "We've built a growing subculture and community of electronic music lovers in Vancouver, and we're not really about the 'clubby downtown vibes'."
The venue, called Wave Space, is opening on March 25 with a series of international headliners, including Radio Slave from Berlin and Annika Wolfe from Los Angeles, who will DJ the opening night, to introduce the space to Vancouver.
The venue will host up to three public events each month, with invite-only events featuring select organizers and promoters throughout the rest of the month.
The location of Wave Space will only be made available to ticket-holders for now, Sunwave notes.
More open-air events in Vancouver this summer
Locals can expect a lot more than a new party space from Sunwave this year.
This summer marks the event organizer's 10-year anniversary and to celebrate Sunwave will be organizing 10 open-air events across the city.
A season-opener will take place at the Museum of Vancouver Garden Patio, with more functions planned at Koerner's Secret Garden at UBC, Shaughnessy Street Park, and several pop-up events at Kitsilano Beach and New Brighton Park.