If you have not been a Food Booth Vendor at the Festival before, please contact Emiko for more information about the 2019 application process at emiko [at] powellstreetfestival.com or call 604.739.9388.
Working with the Executive Director (ED), Artistic Director (AD), Admin and Development Manager (ADM), seasonal staff (Volunteer Coordinator, Production Associate (PA) and Communications Coordinator), Board of Directors and Festival Core Committee, the Production Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing all details of Festival coordination, with particular emphasis on site coordination, equipment rentals, and liaising with community-based participants (performers, vendors, displays, community tent). More info...
Working with the Executive Director (ED), Artistic Director (AD), Administrative Coordinator (AC), seasonal staff (Volunteer Coordinator, Production Coordinator (PC) and Communications Coordinator), Board of Directors and Festival Core Committee, the Production Associate will be responsible for assisting with the details of the Festival coordination. More info...
Working with the PSFS staff, Board of Directors and festival core committee, the Volunteer Coordinator will be responsible primarily for filling all volunteer slots during Festival weekend and pre-Festival events. More info...
Working with the PSFS staff, Board of Directors and festival core committee, the Festival Assistant will contribute to administration and production tasks related to the Festival weekend and pre-Festival events. More info...
You now have the option to “top-up” to an Annual Membership for an additional $12. Annual Members receive a Membership Card valid until the last day of the calendar year, entitling you to discounts at:
10% off at Coconama Chocolate retail location, first ganache chocolate shop in North Vancouver at 264 E. 1 Street
10% off of Catfe food, drink and ‘meowchandise’. Catfe is part cafe, part foster home for cats, and a space to hang with kitties! #2035 – International Village Mall, 88 W. Pender Street
10% off at Tama Organic Life, a treasure trove of Japanese food products & organic vegetables as well as healthy home-made foods including daily bentos at #102 - 2828 E. Hastings Street
10% off BLIM classes and at retail shop. BLIM is an independent art and craft workshop space, resource, and small business at 115 E. Pender Street
$1 off large coconut puddings at Vegan Pudding, the one and only vegan custard pudding store at 422 Richards Street
10% off at Baker & Table Café, the only place you can get mochi melonpan, Japanese cakes, & yougashi, a Japanese peanut-free bakery at 6414 Fraser Street
10% off at the first overseas branch of Ramen Taka notsume, serving Asahikawa-style ramen from Hokkaido at 841 Bidwell Street
Presented in partnership with Revery Architecture and Abaton Projects, students are invited to design an interactive artwork for the 43rd Anniversary Powell Street Festival, scheduled for August 3 and 4, 2019. The winning submission is awarded mentorship from Revery Architecture and Abaton Projects, and a commission and production budget to build their design.
15% off regular ticket price for Annual Members of Powell Street Festival Society.
If you are already an Annual Member, and you have not received a discount code via email, please contact Cara at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604.739.9388. If you have not topped-up your membership for 2019, now is your chance!! Top-up now via eventbrite before purchasing your tickets to the show.
Flutist Mark Takeshi McGregor has been praised for his “mind blowing” performances of “huge physical energy” (Times Colonist). Clarinetist Liam Hockley is emerging as a musical talent to watch – an artist for whom “alternative or avant-garde approaches to his instrument are only part of the everyday tool kit” (Georgia Straight). For this concert, the two will collaborate to perform a selection of recent works for flute, clarinet and electronics by Mark Andre (France), Luigi Nono (Italy), Salvatore Sciarrino (Italy) and Jane Stanley (Australia), plus the world premieres of works by Yota Kobayashi (Canada) and Kimia K. Yazdi (Iran).
Tonari Gumi Survey
Tonari Gumi, the Japanese Community Volunteers Association, is planning to introduce more programs for Engish-speaking Japanese-Canadians and community members who are interested in the Japanese-Canadian community, as well as third generation Japanese-Canadians. We would welcome your input and ideas on what types of programs you would like to see at Tonari Gumi.