Location & Lodging
Lindy Bout is held in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. We’ve got mountains, ocean, great dancing, and a beautiful venue!
Lindy Bout takes place in the unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.
Originally a machine shop dating back to the 1920’s, Performance Works opened on Granville Island in 1992 with a mandate to provide the arts community with a permanent performance venue. Lindy Bout is thrilled to have found a home in the arts and culture hub of Granville Island.
The Granville Island Hotel is proud sponsor of Lindy Bout XIII. The rooms priced at the special Lindy Bout rate have sold out.
You can also opt to stay with a local dancer (or offer to house out-of-town dancers).
You can sign-up for housing when you register for Lindy Bout XIII. UPDATE: HOUSING SIGN-UP IS NOW CLOSED.
While we will do our best to find housing for everyone, we cannot guarantee housing for all out-of-town dancers. Housing requests will be honoured on a first-come-first-served basis. We will be contacting hosts and guests with more information in late March. Contact email@example.com with your housing-related questions.
Getting to Granville Island
Vancouver has a great public transit system. Check out the Translink website for bus and train information. Or, use your smartphone to check out Vancouver Schedules, Fares, Alerts and Trip Planning at m.translink.ca. Many busses, including the 50 and 84 stop a short walk from Granville Island. Performance Works is a 15 minute walk from the 99 B-Line stop at Granville & Broadway.
Driving to Granville Island? Pay parking lots are available on Granville Island, as well as a short walk off the island. Granville Island has unique parking restrictions! Please review the Parking Information on the Granville Island website, and pay particular attention to these restrictions:
- Free parking stalls are available and vehicles are limited to occupy one stall, once per day, and subject to the maximum posted time limit, regardless of the amount of time actually parked in the chosen stall (i.e., 1 minute to 60/180 minutes). When the posted time limit is reached, or you move your vehicle, should you require additional parking during the same day, your vehicle must be parked in a pay parking stall in order to avoid receiving a violation notice.
- Free Parking restrictions are strictly enforced from 7am to 7pm, 7 days a week.
- Warning!!!! If you violate the parking restrictions, your vehicle will be towed!!!!