Harvest Feastival

Harvest Feastival

September 28| 5pm

Outside the Nest

Grab your friends and colleagues for a night of delicious food, art and culture. Start things off with a cocktail & great conversation at the Alumni Centre, and then head just outside the Nest for a feast featuring 6 courses of fall favourites from the UBC Farm. See the menu!

Before your last mouthful of dessert or sip of wine, be sure to plan your after-dinner entertainment at one of the many special shows and exhibits planned just for you at UBC’s world-class Arts and Culture District. All of the shows & exhibits are included in your ticket price and no seat reservations are required! Will it be letting the feast settle as you soak in UBC’s Symphony Orchestra or laughing off the calories at the Improv show from Vancouver Theatresports?

Whatever you choose, Harvest Feastival is the perfect way to kick off the fall season.

S H O W S & E X H I B I T S

The Beautiful Brain & Curiosity Collider 

8:00 – 9 pm | Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery

Spark your curiosity with a tour of Santiago Ramón y Cajal’s enchanting drawings of the brain’s neurons. Stay after for a provocative talk by the ‘Curiosity Collider’.

UBC Music: UBC Symphony Orchestra – Upclose & Personal 

8:00 – 9:00pm | Chan Centre, Chan Shun Concert Hall

Get up-close and personal at an open rehearsal with the first 30 attendees sitting right on stage.

 UBC Theatre: Harvest Improv  

8:00 – 9:00pm | Royal Bank Cinema in the Chan Centre

Laugh away your dinner calories with a handful of the best improvisers in the city! These UBC alumnus are best known for their performances at the Vancouver Theatre Sports.

 Soul Night at Museam of Anthropology (MOA) – live DJ Dance Party

8:00 – 10:00pm | MOA Great Hall

Stroll over to MOA and witness DJ Dave Mac spinning 1960 soul music on vinyl! He is the founding member of the Vancouver Burning Hearts Soul Club and ready to keep you dancing all night long.

For tickets more information and photos of last year’s dinner please visit here.

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