Events at this Venue:
PAUSE is situated at the site of the village of sən̓aʔqʷ (pronounced Sun’ahk), currently known as Vanier Park, the location offers a spectacular backdrop of the North Shore mountains and downtown Vancouver. Housing a festival within the festival, PAUSE features free events every day from July 6th to July 15th.
Events at this venue—Gratitude Song, Mythical Vancouver, PAUSE in the Park and Tiffin Talks — include all-star performances, talks and dialogues, food, workshops, and visual art, featuring a wide range of local and international artists.
The PAUSE Pavilion’s unique design was the result of an international design competition organized by the non-profit school DBR (Design Build Research) for TED2017. The contest winner, designer Alsu Sadrieva in Russia, thoughtfully conceptualized PAUSE as an outdoor space to reflect, gather, and interact within.
Please refrain from wearing scented products while attending Indian Summer Festival events.
Venue and Event Accessibility Information:
ASL: There is ASL available for most events at this venue upon request – please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request ASL before Friday June 22d.
FREE programming! Programming at this venue is free!
*Please note that the Tiffin Talks have a registration fee of $10 for lunch, but this fee will be waived upon request, no one turned away for lack of funds. (Pending availability, pre-registration is still required).
Mobility Access: the PAUSE Pavilion is located adjacent to the Bard on the Beach parking lot. From the parking lot there is a short walk across a gravel path, or grass. The Pavilion itself has a grass “floor.” There is stool and bench seating provided onsite.
Parking: There is an parking lot directly adjacent to PAUSE, with a number of accessible parking spaces. For more information about this parking lot, and for directions, see here.
Directions by Bus: Plan your trip.
From downtown Vancouver, take bus #2 or #22 from multiple locations along Burrard. Exit bus at stop #50101, westbound at Cornwall and Cypress. Walk North on Cypress. Turn right at Whyte and continue to the Bard on the Beach tents.
Low Vision: This is low vision friendly programming. The programming itself is auditory. We offer one complimentary companion ticket for those who require assistance in order to attend.
Bathrooms: are inside the Museum of Vancouver, which is a 4 minute walk across a grass field, or a 6 minute walk on sidewalk.
Seats: The PAUSE Pavilion is equipped with many wooden stools and built-in bench seating. The seats are not cushioned, and do not have seat backs.
Scent: While Indian Summer Festival emails all ticket holders requesting that attendees refrain from wearing scented products at all of our events, we do not enforce this policy.
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