8 Epic Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend August 16 to 18, 2019

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8 Epic Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend August 16 to 18, 2019

There is never a dull moment in the city. Even though it might feel like summer is wrapping up, the weather is hotter than ever in Vancouver and we're going to be riding this wave of sunshine well into September. There's no time to cosy up with Netflix with all the amazing things to do in Vancouver this weekend so lather on that sunscreen and get out there!

From sunflower festivals to Seawheeze after-parties to epic mountain biking competitions, we've got you covered. This list will give you the down low on everything exciting that's happening in and around the Vancouver area this weekend.

Here are eight things to do in Vancouver from Aug. 16-18, 2019:

Crankworx

Price: Free to check out!

When: Now until Saturday, August 18

Address: Various locations in Whistler

Why You Need To Go: Whether or not you're into bikes, being in Whistler during Cranworkx is exciting. Get a glimpse of the bikers coming down the mountain and you'll feel the adrenaline. Oh, and all of Whistler will be a giant party on the mountain!

Maan Farms Sunflower Festival

When: Friday, Aug. 16 to Sunday, Sept. 1

Price: $12.99

Address: Maan Farms at 790 McKenzie Rd, Abbotsford

Why you need to go: Check out opening weekend at the Sunflower Festival at Maan Farms. Baby goats, wine and armfuls of fresh sunflowers await.

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Chilliwack Sunflower Festival 

Price: $15 if you buy tickets online

When: Now until Sunday, Sept. 15, check website for dates and hours.

Address: 41310 Yale Road, Chilliwack, BC

Why you need to go: You could get lost inside these giant sunflower fields! With food trucks, fresh flowers and lawn games it's a great place to spend one of the last sunny weekends of summer.

Shipyards Friday Night Market

Price: Free!

When: Friday, August 16 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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Why you need to go: Fill up on food trucks and watch the sunset in North Vancouver. Catch one of the best views of Vancouver at the Shipyards Market.

The Fair at The PNE

Price: Ticket prices vary, full details on their website.

When: Saturday, August 17 - Monday, Sept. 2, open from 11 a.m. until 12 p.m.

Address: 2901 East Hastings Street, Vancouver

Why you need to go: The PNE officially opens this weekend. You have to visit at least once to try all the crazy fair food, people watch, listen to free concerts and see the Super Dogs.

Lululemon Seawheeze Sunset Festival

Price: $48

When: Saturday, August 17 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Address: Brockton Oval, Stanley Park, Vancouver

Why you need to go: Even if you didn't run the Seawheeze half marathon, you can still join in the after-party. Kaskade is headlining the concert and bring your own mat for the yoga classes.

Summer Movie Night: Wayne's World at Bells and Whistles

Price: Free!

When: Sunday, August 8 at 9 p.m.

Address: 3296 Fraser St, Vancouver

Why you need to go: Grab a burger, beer, shoot hoops and catch Wayne's World at Bells and Whistles in Fraserhood! This community watering hole is a great summer hangout and you can kick back all night watching the movie.

Vancouver’s Biggest Dog Meet Up

Price: Free!

When: Sunday, August 18 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Address: Trout Lake Beach, 2120 East 19th Avenue, Vancouver

Why you need to go: This is the largest gathering of doggos in Vancouver! Bring your furry best friend or tag along with your BFF's dog. It's impossible to be unhappy surrounded by dogs!

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