Six Hundred Four. Haru Korean Kitchen. Olla Flower Project Pop Up. GroundUp With Dutch Robinson. The Party That Saved Christmas. Persian X-mas. This Week In Gastown.
Now Open At 123 Cambie St.
Vancouver-based, artist designed sneaker brand called Six Hundred Four is now open in Gastown.
Six Hundred Four make limited edition sneakers that feature original art from local artists.They have commissioned 7 local artists to create an original art piece each.
This independent and totally local store, features each art piece on only 604 pairs of shoes across 4 different styles. Every pair is laser engraved with an individual number.
604 gives over $20 to charities of the artists’ choice for each pair purchased.
Now Open At 324 Cambie St.
It’s all about Cambie Street this week as Haru Korean Kitchen – an amazing homestyle Korean restaurant with tasty and unique dishes, has just opened up. The reviews so far are really positive, the food looks great and the interior, clean and modern. Open now from 11.30am -9pm. Come check out Haru today!
348 Water Street
The Olla Urban Flower Project is a socially and environmentally progressive flower and plant business. The project is a studio based, online business that delivers throughout Vancouver and the Lower Mainland and performs pop up shops in collaboration with other Vancouver businesses. Open now on 348 Water Street for the month of December.
LAST MINUTE Pop Up Shop
8. E. Cordova St., Gastown
Saturday, December 17th – Wednesday, December 21st.
SUN – WED: 11am – 7pm
Vancouver-based Creatives Opening Last Minute Holiday Pop Up Shop in Gastown with Five Days Of Curated Products Designed By Vancouver Creatives
GroundUp feat. Dutch Robinson
December 22nd – Show: 10pm
Welcome to #GroundUp – a night of Live R&B, Soul, Funk, Jazz and HipHop, for a cause! For four years this Gastown nightlife staple has been introducing the cities stellar talent – and raising funds for neighbouring communities and beyond! Join us as we celebrate the best of our cities R&B, Soul, Funk and Hip-Hop and support charities in the DTES (and beyond) battling poverty, addiction and homelessness.
This week we welcome Mr. Dutch Robinson back to the stage! R&B Hall Of Fame inductee & Grammy Award winning soul artist Dutch Robinson is back to take the stage tonight with his band for Thursday night #GroundUP!
December 21st @8pm
On December 21 Emotions Open Mic will be teaming up with MrFloetic as he hosts his 7th annual “Party That Saved Christmas” featuring some of Vancouver’s top party starters. This is a Chartiy event and all Donations will be given to the Vancouver Food Bank. Last year we raised over $2200 and 8 suitcases full of canned food.
If you have ever been to a club in Vancouver you most likely will not want to miss this event as we have some of your favorite DJ’s under one roof party rocking all night.
This Year on the decks we have:
Arems (Faction Sound)
Icytouch (The Dynasty Boys)
Jtraxx (The Dynasty Boys)
Drwkskee (The Dynasty Boys)
Stimulant J (LCU)
Clez ( Afroc3entric)
Marlon J English (SJS)
All hosted by Jaime Callica
Doors Open at 8pm Till 12am. Cover for this event is either $12 or 3 cans of non perishable food items. Where else can you party while helping out those less fortunate. If you need more details for this event leave a comment below or head to www.mrfloetic.com
Saturday, December 24th! @10pm
Grab advance tickets here:
TICKETS now available @ stores such as
AFRA BAKERY ( north vancouver)
MINOO BAKERY ( coquitlam)
PARADIZE TEA HOUSE ( port moody)
TICKETS AND V.I.P INFO: 604 780-7060
Presented by Vancouver Persian Events & Are you MIA
2 Room 3 dj’s
w/ DJ’s Y.K. & Guests – 19+ Only
Stay connected with us at M.I.A.: Engage and share with us on social (both before and during the event) by keeping tabs on the #AreYouMIA hashtag!