Concord Pacific Dragon Boat Festival takes place June 21 – 23, 2019 in False Creek.
North America’s flagship dragon boat festival returns to the waters of Vancouver’s False Creek for a weekend-long party featuring FREE live performances by K-OS, Yukon Blonde, Jill Barber and more!
The Concord Pacific Dragon Boat Festival happens June 21 – 23, 2019 near False Creek. With 5,500 racers from across Canada, the United States, and overseas, a revamped live concert series, kids activities, food trucks and a 7.4 acre beer garden (the largest outdoor beer garden in the province), this weekend is the best way to say hello to summer.
With that in mind, we’ve partnered with Dragon Boat BC to bring one reader the chance to experience the whole thing in the best possible fashion; as a VIP.
The Concord Pacific Dragon Boat Festival x Vancouver Is Awesome VIP package includes:
• Two passes to the VIP Lounge at Concord Pacific Place featuring front row seats for the dragon boat races
• Access to the VIP open bar.
• Lunch in the VIP Lounge and free snacks throughout the day.
• Two pairs of Vessi waterproof shoes (men’s and women’s sizes available).
Vessi Footwear makes 100% waterproof sneakers that are perfect for jumping in puddles or getting splashed on from the high-adrenaline dragon boat racing action.
To enter to win, you must do at least one of the following:
A celebration of sport, arts, and culture, the 31st annual Concord Pacific Dragon Boat Festival will attract 100,000+ spectators who will line the waterfront for one of Vancouver’s annual summer kickoff parties. With free concerts, food trucks, and kid’s entertainment happening throughout the weekend, this is truly a celebration of community, culture and a little healthy competition.
CONCORD PACIFIC DRAGON BOAT FESTIVAL
When: June 21 – 23, 2019
Where: Concord Pacific Place, Creekside Park, and False Creek
Cost: Admission is FREE!
For more information visit concorddragonboatfestival.ca
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