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Vancouver Events This January!

Loverboy @ Commodore Ballroom

January 9, 2010

The Canadian rock group is straight from the stampede—and the 1980's. Hit numbers like "Loving Every Minute of it" and "The Kid Is Hot Tonight" has been heard on all your parent's classic stations across the U.S. and Canada. So yes, they are old(er), were rejected from major U.S. labels in the past—and yet still they are making music, and this makes them iconic rock legends, in Canada.

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Switchfoot @ Commodore Ballroom

January 13, 2010

The Beautiful Letdown, Switchfoot's debut album for Columbia Records, was issued during the spring of 2003. It represented the quartet's full evolution toward a more accessible mainstream sound and eventually earned double platinum sales, due in no small part to the success of "Dare You to Move" and "Meant to Live." Supported by frequent tour dates, the album hit number one on Billboard's Christian Albums chart and peaked at 16 on the Top 200. Switchfoot then returned in September 2005 with their fifth album, Nothing Is Sound, which marked the band's first Top Ten entry on the Top 200 (the album debuted at number three).

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Motley Crue @ GM Place

January 24, 2010

Mötley Crüe announced today the “The Dead Of Winter” Canadian tour. Fueled by the success of their annual summer festival tour, Crüe Fest, “The Dead Of Winter Tour” will hit 10 cities across Canada in January and February of 2010.

Mötley Crüe recently returned to the top of the charts with Saints of Los Angeles, their first new studio album with the original line-up -- Nikki Sixx, Mick Mars, Tommy Lee and Vince Neil -- in a decade and the ninth studio album in their career.

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Ice Skating @ Robson Square

If you grew up in Vancouver, you may remember skating at downtown Vancouver's answer to the outdoor ice rink at New York City's Rockerfeller Center: The Robson Square ice rink. True, the Robson Square rink was covered--by a clear (and now iconic) dome--but it still had a unique feel as a place to skate deep in the heart of urban Vancouver, surrounded by the energy and pulse of the city.

And now it's back. November 23 was the grand (re)opening of the newly updated Robson Square Ice Rink, re-christened (temporarily) GE Plaza Ice Rink. The GE Plaza Ice Rink is open to the public from 9am - 9pm daily, and it's FREE. So you can skate your heart out! Don't worry if you need skates; rentals are available for $3.

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PuSh | International Performing Arts Festival

January 20 - February 6, 2010

The annual PuSh International Performing Arts Festival is Vancouver’s mid-winter performing arts festival, presenting acclaimed local, national and international artists and their work.

One of Vancouver’s signature events, the PuSh Festival is produced over three weeks each January, with groundbreaking work in the live performing arts. PuSh expands the horizons of Vancouver artists and audiences with work that is visionary, genre-bending, multi-disciplined, startling and original.

PuSh is much more than an annual cultural feast for Vancouver: it is a broker of International partnerships, a meeting place for creative minds, a showcase of Canada’s best and an incubator of brilliant new work. PuSh puts Vancouver on the world stage and brings the world to Vancouver.

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