June 22, 23, & 24 2018 – FREE ADMISSION!
Blessed with a colourful Eye-dotting Ceremony the festival begins with the Friday Night kick-off opening concert and Charity races, the festival continues with two more days of non-stop entertainment on the Main Stage, fabulous food, children’s activities, art installations, interactive circus performances, shopping, and of course, dragon boat racing of the highest caliber.
Admission is free to the general public. Plan to come down to the waters of False Creek and celebrate with us!
Located at Concord Pacific Place, Creekside Park and the waters of False Creek.
Nearest SkyTrain Station is Main Street. Intersection of Quebec Street and Terminal Avenue in Vancouver.
Event Dates and Times:
* Races start at 8am, all other activities start at 10am
Baby Change Room
ATM Cash Machines
How to get to the Festival:
Relax and enjoy the ride. In the interests of the environment we encourage you to use public transportation when you visit the Concord Pacific Dragon Boat Festival.
Take the Skytrain!
We are located just a one minute walk from the Main Street/Science World station. The first Skytrain on Saturday will get you to the site (Main Street Station) by 6:45am and the first train on Sunday, by 7:45am.
Take the Bus!
Take the bus directly to the Concord Pacific Dragon Boat Festival by hopping on the #3 Main, #8 Fraser/Downtown, or the #19 Metrotown/Stanley Park. On the weekend these buses start running early and all stop just outside our front gate.
Go to http://tripplanning.translink.bc.ca to find the best transit route for your journey.
Or for transit information call 604 953-3333 or go to www.translink.bc.ca.
Take your bike!
Cycling to the Concord Pacific Vancouver Dragon Boat Festival is a great way to integrate sports, environmentalism and sustainability. On-site at the festival, we will provide a secure bike lock-up service by donation.
If you must drive:
From the east – drive west on Terminal to Quebec
From the west – drive east on Pacific Blvd. and turn right on Quebec Very limited street parking may be found along Pacific Blvd., Expo Blvd., Quebec & Terminal, 1st and Ontario.
While at the Festival:
Roaming the crowded Festival grounds while riding or walking your bike, wearing your roller blades or walking your dog can lead to frustration and possible injury. We strongly encourage you to please lock up your bike, remove your roller blades and leave your pup at home.