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The best of BC Place!

posted by: Ramada Vancouver Downtown Hotel on: July 27, 2017

Between Rogers Arena, the PNE and BC Place, Vancouver has more than its fair share of world class stages for world class tours! Just check out these upcoming shows at BC Place:


When Guns and Roses split up back in the 90s, NOBODY, least of all them, thought they would be back together touring ever again. But for the first time in decades, original members Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan are back together, touring the world and showing why they the most terrifying and important bands of the 90s.

On September 1st, they will be playing BC Place, making this a once in a lifetime chance to see this incredible band in Western Canada. If you have an “Appetite For Destruction,” then be sure to “Use Your Illusion” to witness something that people thought would never happen… like “Chinese Democracy” (that’s true in two ways!)

Details and tickets here.


Face it. Coldplay might be the biggest band on the planet. Whether you love them or hate them, there is no denying their capacity to write monster hits with soaring vocals that will make even the most jaded music listeners sing along. They have too many hits to mention: “Yellow,” “Vida la Vida,” “Clocks,” “Speed of Sound”… all massive, global hits that have transformed the face of pop music the world over.

September 29th, they will be bringing their world class stage show to BC Place for the “A Head Full of Dreams” tour. It’s sure to be life changing – don’t miss out!

Details and tickets here.

Looking for a place to stay in Vancouver? Book a room at the Ramada Vancouver Downtown Hotel. Just steps from BC Place, we’re in the heart of the action. Buy your concert tickets and then reserve your room, and we’ll help you make a memorable experience!
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