Experience Vancouver’s Newest Interactive Art Installation
- March 15, 2021
Image by: Carl Nolting
There’s a new interactive art installation in Vancouver, and it’s only here for a limited time!
Called #LoveVancouver Bubbles, the installation was created by Tourism Vancouver in partnership with Downtown BIA, Robson BIA, and the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre Hotel.
The free outdoor exhibition is made up of a series of transparent, illuminated bubble-shaped structures that on certain nights, will feature live dancers.
The #LoveVancouver Bubbles were put together by Tourism Vancouver as a way to spread love around the city of Vancouver and spark joy in its residents after a particularly long and harsh winter.
Vancouverites can see the bubbles in action every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evening between March 4 and March 27. They will be illuminated between the hours of 5:00 pm and 9:00 pm.
In addition, to ensure they spread joy to the highest number of people, the #LoveVancouver Bubbles are changing locations throughout the week. On Thursday, they will take up residence on Lot 19, located between W Hastings St. and W Cordova St. at the foot of Hornby St. On Fridays, they will be set up in the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre Courtyard at 1000 Burrard St., and on Saturday evenings they can be found in Bute and Alberni Plaza. It’s also worth noting that the only night where the bubbles will feature live dance performances is Friday.
These unique bubbles will surely be a worthy addition to your Instagram feed. Tourism Vancouver is encouraging all those who visit to snap a picture and post it on social media using the hashtag #LoveVancouver.
Please note that COVID-19 guidelines must be adhered to, which means social distancing at all times.
If you’re visiting Vancouver this March, then be sure to marvel at the new #LoveVancouver Bubbles installation. And if you’re in need of a place to stay during your trip, we would love to host you at the Georgian Court Hotel. We combine luxury amenities and affordable rates with a convenient location in the heart of this beautiful city.
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