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First Ever INDIAN CULTURAL NIGHT Happening At BC Place

Darpan News Desk, 30 Aug, 2019
  • First Ever INDIAN CULTURAL NIGHT Happening At BC Place

Join the fun event on August 31 at BC Place to celebrate Indian culture with a night of music and dance.


Also, watch live biggest soccer game of the season of Vancouver Whitecaps vs New York City and cheer on the 'Caps in Vancouver's best sporting atmosphere.


* Whitecaps bringing 1000 kids out from Indian Community to watch the game with funded tickets.


Goal of the event:

- To bring the sport to the community

- Cultural Exposure

- Give the youth something to work towards

- Create a positive environment for the community


Game Activities:

-Location: Terry Fox Plaza

- Community bhangra team to perform post game party in our premium seating section

- Kids from the community holding flags on the field

- Light up the stadium in India Flag colors


After Party:

- Free/complimentary entry to the Cabana Lounge for after party (Contact us once you buy the tickets to get your name on the guestlist for after party).


For tickets contact us or go to whitecapsfc.com/universalbeatz Enter promocode "UNIVERSALBEATZ" to receive up to 40% off on tickets of premium club seating of BC Place.


Ticket price: $58 (after the discount)

- You will get premium club seating with this ticket with access to licensed bar and can order food.

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