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Brewhalla Beer and Music Festival in North Vancouver

Brewhalla North Vancouver

The Brewhalla Festival hosts a beer-themed event in North Vancouver. It’s at the Shipyards and features craft beer, food vendors, live music and more.

In 2022 the event took place for the first time ever in October. In 2023 it happens on April 14th.

For tickets and the event’s official website visit brewhalla.ca.


Brewhalla North Vancouver

The Brewhalla Festival is a new series of beer festivals in Metro Vancouver. Brewhalla happened in four different cities in 2022. There was already an event in Fort Langley in May followed by an event in Port Moody in August. Before finishing the season in Cloverdale at the end of October, Brewhalla stopped in North Vancouver in the fall.

In 2023 Brewhalla North Vancouver takes place on Friday, April 14th. It’s held at the Shipyards at 125 Victory Ship Way. The event runs from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm.

The Brewhalla festivals are open only to those aged 19 and over. There are over 25 different breweries at the North Vancouver event, in addition to a number of food trucks and live entertainment.


Brewhalla North Vancouver at the Shipyards
Shipyard Commons During the Beer Festival


Admission to Brewhalla

Ticket prices for the North Vancouver Brewhalla event vary depending on a couple of factors. Costs increase as the event gets closer, so the earlier you buy your tickets, the better. All tickets include 3 tasting tokens and a glass.

In 2023 early-bird tickets cost about $35 each. General admission costs about $55 per person. There is also another way to get less expensive tickets. Until the day of the event, packs of 6 tickets are available for about $252, which works out to roughly $50 per ticket including taxes and online fees.


To buy tickets and for the event’s official website, click Brewhalla Beer & Music Festivals.


Potential Participating Breweries in 2023

In 2022 Brewhalla North Vancouver had over 50 different beers to try. In 2023 there are more than 20 craft breweries at the event. Expect to see an impressive selection of beverages from all over the province, including some made locally in North Vancouver. There are about two-dozen breweries featured on the official event page for 2023, including the following (plus a number of others):

  • Backcountry Brewing (Squamish)
  • East Vancouver Brewing Company (Vancouver)
  • La Cerveceria Astilleros (North Vancouver)
  • North Point Brewing Co. (North Vancouver)
  • Raincity Distillery (Squamish)
  • Trading Post Brewing (Langley)
  • Wildeye Brewing (North Vancouver)


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Live Entertainment

All Brewhalla events feature plenty of live entertainment. There are usually talented musicians, singers and other performers taking the stage.

The entertainment lineup for the 2023 North Vancouver event includes both bands and solo performers. Featured artists are NADUH, Vince Vaccaro, The Dial Tones, Wasakaka Latin Band, DJ Paisley Eva, Best Night Ever and DJ A-Slam.


Tips and Advice

Below are some suggestions and extra information to help you make the most out of your experience at Brewhalla North Vancouver.

TIP#1: Don’t drink and drive! Plan in advance how you’ll get home.

TIP#2: Take public transit if you can. The SeaBus terminal is just a five-minute walk away and Waterfront Station, on the other side of the water, connects conveniently with all SkyTrain stations within the Lower Mainland.

TIP#3: If you like beer (like we imagine you do if you are reading this article), then be sure to also check out Brewhalla Cloverdale which likely takes place later in the year. It was a beer, music and Halloween-themed event in 2022! Soon after, in November, there is also Vancouver’s North Shore Craft Beer Week.


Brewhalla North Van Video

To give you an idea of what to expect at Brewhalla North Vancouver, check out the following videos. They show scenes from the event in 2022. Featured bands in the first video include Chersea, The Big Coast and Trilojay.



This second video shows scenes of the event from within the Pipe Shop (plus one of a brewery stall outside).



Other Information

For more information about the North Vancouver event visit the Brewhalla Festival website.

To learn about the other Brewhalla events and the festival in general, check out our article about Brewhalla Beer and Music Festivals.

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