Park Royal presents Beachside Patio by Millennium Park West Vancouver

Event Details

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Waterfront Lounge west of Millennium Park

August 1st – 2-10:30pm
August 2nd – 10th – 12-10:30pm

This year there will be a new contemporary patio space along the pedestrian corridor of Argyle Avenue for people to relax and watch the world go by after taking in the festival.

The Park Royal Beachside Patio will be hosted by house wine and feature the Glowbal Group’s ‘Fish Shack‘, a licensed dining area with 60 seats and plenty of room for people to stand, chat and enjoy a drink. The Park Royal Beachside Patio will complement the nearby Waterfront Lounge, and expand the opportunities for people to enjoy the engaging and unique waterfront experience that is the Harmony Arts Festival

The Park Royal Beachside Patio will be the centre of a contemporary art exhibition by Matthew Soules curated by the West Vancouver Museum. The project provides a new and alternative way to present art and creative thinking in a non-gallery environment, and is in keeping with the Festival’s objectives.

Park Royal Beachside Patio is located along the pedestrian corridor of Argyle Avenue in West Vancouver next to the Waterfront Lounge at the foot of 15th Street.

Matthew Soules, is from West Vancouver and teaches at the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture at UBC. Soules is the brainchild behind such innovative and popular temporary urban environments such as the “pop rocks” seating and streetscape on Robson St. in Vancouver. For West Vancouver, his installation during the festival will be a platform for dialogue about art, architecture and design.

Please visit or website at www.harmonyarts.ca/beachside-patio/ for the Drink List and prices.

Please call us at 604-925-7268 for more information about this event or email at harmony@westvancouver.ca

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