Vancouver International Children’s Festival’s New Ad Campaign

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Acrobat in the Move!

Festival Overview: A world-renowned festival of performing arts for young audiences, the Vancouver International Children’s Festival has been educating, entertaining and inspiring young audiences since 1978.

After 33 years at Vanier Park, the Vancouver International Children’s Festival is moving to Granville Island.


Why Granville Island?

We all love Vanier Park but the best artistic work in the world today requires technical support that we cannot provide in tents. The decision to move the Festival was made with great deliberation. Granville Island is a vibrant, creative hub and home to numerous cultural festivals and events. It offers the environment and opportunities to take the Festival into the 21st century.

Over the past 12 months, our government funding has been slashed by more than $200,000, putting our organization in jeopardy. With up to 36 per cent of our annual revenues coming from government sources, this hinders our ability to produce the Festival. At Granville Island we have access to theatrically equipped venues, plenty of outdoor spaces, and most importantly of all, we can reduce our production costs by a whopping 40 per cent.

Despite the many challenges facing us, we know we’re moving in the right direction. It will be a different Festival in 2011, that’s for sure, but one that we know you’ll embrace and your kids will love.

So join us May 30-June 5, 2011 on a journey of discovery to a whole new world of cultural creativity at the Children’s Festival on Granville Island.

The Vancouver International Children’s Festival Society is a non-profit charity.

Jam-packed with music, theatre, dance, acrobatics, puppetry and more, this year’s Kids’ Fest will knock your socks off! Join us at our new home on Granville Island, May 30-June 5, 2011.

Catch a sneak peek of the Festival at Granville Island’s Winterruption, February 26 and 27. Details coming soon.

Check the new web-site!  Click here.

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