Love Bubbles


Love Bubbles is back for the rest of summer!

Love Bubbles features activations designed to spread joy and love through dance and music. This unique and free experience invites passers-by to discover the Love Bubbles at various sites around the downtown core.

We kindly ask that all attendees be respectful of current safety protocols and are mindful of the varying comfort levels of all attendees by maintaining a physical distance of 2 meters from people you aren't familiar with.  


1 Water Street
Gastown Pride Show

Friday July 30th 5-7pm
1:00pm - 3:00pm

Jack Poole Plaza
Sundays, August 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
1:00pm - 3:00pm


Note: please adhere to COVID-19 health and safety measures. If you are sick, please stay home.

The experience has been created by Small Stage in partnership with Tourism Vancouver.


Visit Downtown Vancouver

Fall in love with downtown Vancouver all over again, where everyone is welcomed and wants to be.

Small Stage Artists

Meet the artists behind the #LoveVancouver Experience


About Small Stage:

Small Stage is a dance production + creation company, dedicated to producing innovative and accessible new dance works through creative partnerships with dance artists and musicians.

Although live dance is their usual forte, Small Stage has found a unique way to bring an art installation that is inspired by dance to the downtown core. Their mission is to create powerful dance-inspired experiences using innovative approaches to link dance, audiences and the community.

Small Sage will host a wide diversity of styles, genres and cultures chosen to reflect the depth and breadth of Vancouver’s unique dance community including ~ Indigenous dance performance and Indigenous futurism, Ballet, Jazz, Modern, Contemporary, Hip-Hop, House, Waacking, Voguing, Flamenco, Spanish, Egyptian Oriental Bellydance, Métis Jig, Chinese Contemporary and Classical and many more.

Learn more about Small Stage.



#LoveVancouver Bubble is a free outdoor experience designed to be a fun and safe way to appreciate local arts and culture in downtown Vancouver. More COVID-19 Updates & Information