The Plaza of Nations was first built for Expo '86. Since then, it has evolved and played host to a great number of cultural and musical events. This versatile site is adjacent to retail outlets, restaurants and bars in addition to the diverse range of events that take place here.
The area is open, with angular-shaped seating arranged on the periphery allowing spectators to sit back and look on... more
Located Downtown on the False Creek waterfront across from B.C. Place, Plaza of Nations was once the hub of the city's 1986 World Exposition. The modern building continues to be a popular gathering place. The complex serves as a multiple-use facility, and its waterfront access makes it a popular place for indoor and outdoor community events, concerts and conventions. Part of its current appeal,... more