Vancouver Spring Show
|When:||Saturday, February 9, 2013 7:30pm|
|Where:||Queen Elizabeth Theatre, 649 Cambie Street, Vancouver BC|
All tickets purchased online from National addresses will be mailed up to February 1, 2013. Please call for available delivery options for tickets purchased from US or international addresses. For more information call 604-357-4746 or Toll Free 1-800-715-1945. Alternatively you can email
The Vancouver Spring Show, an annual multi-performer multicultural show, will celebrate Chinese New Year with a myriad of top performers from around the globe. They include Joel Hanna, Brian Liunian, Teng Aimin, Xu Hongliang ( Lucy) , Wang Yunyi, Xi Lu, and Sons of Granville. The 2013 show will take place on February 9th at the renowned Queen Elizabeth Theatre in downtown Vancouver.
While the show is held in celebration of the Chinese New Year, it is truly a multicultural celebration highlighting top performers from Canada and China, including many internationally influenced performances. The show's Founder and Director, Ms. Cherry Tao, is considered to be one of China's dancing treasures. She performed and taught dance for over 30 years and her acclaimed Peacock School of Dance graduated thousands of classically trained dancers. Tao is also the founder of Motion Artistry Dance in Vancouver, which marries her classical training with jazz and hip-hop. Tao's internationally inspired creative vision for performing arts has secured the Spring Show as an annual must-see sensation.
"The 2013 Vancouver Spring Show will be a world class collaboration of cultural performances," says Ms. Cherry Tao, General Director for the Vancouver Spring Show. "The show will be enormously entertaining for audiences."
The Vancouver Spring Show will take place on February 9, 2013 at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre. Tickets are available through the Spring Show website or over the phone. This event has been made possible through the support of the International Cultural & Arts Exchange Centre (CCLP), the Spring Show Production Organization Society, and the Consulate General of the People's Republic of China in Vancouver.