March 2019’s must-see Vancouver events – Come From Away, Canada Sevens & more

Get out your calendars, Vancouver – we’re saying goodbye to February with a heaping list of must-see events coming to town in March. From acclaimed Broadway smash hits, the return of a renowned sports spectacle and just shy of a dozen Canucks home games on tap, you’ll want to write all this down.

Come From Away – March 5-10 at Queen Elizabeth Theatre

The Tony Award-winning musical is showing at Vancouver’s Queen Elizabeth Theatre for 5 days only from March 5-10

It’s a Tony Award winning, all-Canadian smash hit on Broadway since it opened to rave reviews in March 2017, and now it’s in Vancouver next week – Come From Away is the story of how the tiny town of Gander, Newfoundland opened its doors and hearts to thousands of airline passengers stranded there in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Written by the Canadian husband-and-wife team of David Hein and Irene Sankoff, the musical won a Tony Award for Best Direction in 2017 and has garnered rave reviews and press.

Buy your Come From Away tickets as it shows at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre for 5 days only from March 5-10, 2019.

HSBC Canada Sevens – March 9-10 at BC Place

The Canada Sevens are back at BC Place March 9-10

Since making their debut in Vancouver in 2016, the HSBC Canada Sevens have become renowned as a can’t-miss sports spectacle fueled by crazy fan costumes, a party atmosphere and spectator-friendly rugby action. Grab your onesie and a group of friends and head over to BC Place on March 9-10 to take part in this beloved sports experience.

Single-day and weekend passes are available in both General Admission and Reserved seating – buy your Canada Sevens tickets today!

Vancouver Canucks

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The Canucks play 11 of their final 17 regular-season games at home.

The Canucks’ playoff chances have taken a hit lately with key injuries plaguing their roster, but the team has shown a no-quit attitude all season and Elias Pettersson, Bo Horvat, Brock Boeser and Jacob Markstrom have kept the highlight reel rolling. With 11 of their final 17 regular season games at home (including 10 home games in March), the Canucks will look to bring fans to their feet at Rogers Arena in this final stretch.

With tickets starting from just $39, Canucks hockey is always a great value for the whole family – buy your Vancouver Canucks tickets today!

Vancouver Whitecaps FC – home opener March 2nd

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The retooled Whitecaps FC open their season this weekend at home

After a disappointing 2018 season where the team missed the playoffs, the Vancouver Whitecaps are a new-look squad this season. The team has a new head coach in Marc Dos Santos, as well as new talent like South Korean midfielder Hwang In-beom and Argentine centre back Erik Godoy.

The Caps open their 2019 season at home with a March 2nd date against Minnesota United FC at BC Place – check out the Whitecaps schedule and get your tickets to every game this season!

Concerts – Tori Kelly, Foals, Marianas Trench and more

Tori Kelly, Foals & Marianas Trench highlight this month’s concerts

With so many Canucks home games, it’s a relatively quiet month for concerts in Vancouver. However, we’ve picked out some of the highlights:

  • Billy Idol – Sunday March 3 @ Vogue Theatre (Buy Tickets)
  • Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox – Tuesday March 12 @ Vogue Theatre (Buy Tickets)
  • Cheech & Chong – Friday March 15 @ Hard Rock Casino, Saturday March 16 @ River Rock Casino (Buy Tickets)
  • Tori Kelly – Saturday March 16 @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre (Buy Tickets)
  • Foals – Monday March 18 @ Orpheum Theatre (Buy Tickets)
  • Dave Mason – Thursday March 21 @ Vogue Theatre (Buy Tickets)
  • A Conversation with Michelle Obama – Thursday March 21 @ Rogers Arena (Buy Tickets)
  • Marianas Trench – Friday March 29 @ Orpheum Theatre (Buy Tickets)

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