Last month Vancouver welcomed the likes of Michelle Obama, Katy Perry, WWE Raw Superstars, Jeff Bridges, Dakota Johnson, Ty Dolla $ign and more.
This month you can also find an array of pop stars and Hollywood icons in Vancouver:
Grammy award-winning singer and songwriter Lorde stops in Vancouver on her Melodrama tour in support of her second album. She’s joined by Run the Jewels and Tove Stryke on March 8 at Rogers Arena.
80’s heart throb Rob Lowe is in town directing and starring in a TV movie remake of the horror film The Bad Seed. He’s been spotted shredding it up at Whistler multiple times. He’s filming in town until March 30.
Ventriloquist and comedian Jeff Dunham stops at the Abbotsford Centre on March 11 on his Passively Aggressive tour.
It’s getting hot in hurr as Nelly brings the 90’s back to Vancouver with 2 shows in Victoria on March 11 and 1 show in Vancouver on March 8 at the Harbour Event Centre.
Cheech & Chong
Hippie comedy duo Cheech & Chong put on a show at the Hard Rock Casino on March 24.
The O.C and Hart of Dixie star Rachel Bilson co-stars in the new ABC crime & comedy drama Take Two. The show is scheduled to shoot its first season order until July 23.
Get Out and Girls star Allison Williams stars in The Perfection which films in town until March 16.
Our Lady Peace & Matthew Good
Canadian rock shines with Our Lady Peace from Toronto and Matthew Good from Burnaby. Together the band and solo artist rock out the Abbotsford Centre on March 31.
The Juno Awards are coming back to Vancouver hosted by our very own Michael Buble! Performances include Arcade Fire, Arkells, Daniel Caesar, Jessie Reyes, Lights, Dallas Green and Sarah Harmer. The Canadian award show takes place on March 25 at Rogers Arena and airs live on CBC.
— CBC Music (@CBCMusic) February 15, 2018
Jessie Reyez plays a concert at the Commodore Ballroom on March 24 and then again the next day at the Junos at Rogers Arena.
NBC sitcom Trial & Error is moving to Vancouver from Burbank, California for its second season. Kristin Chenoweth joins the cast as John Lithgow leaves. Season 2 shoots in town from March 19 to May 22.
21-year-old Australian actress and 13 Reasons Why star Katherine Langford plays the female lead in Spontaneous, a sci-fi fantasy film based on the young adult novel of the same name by Aaron Starmer. Filming wraps up on March 2.
Mad Men star Kiernan Shipka plays the beloved character of Sabrina the Teenage Witch in the new rChilling Adventures of Sabrina. The CW show is scheduled to film its first season in Vancouver from March 19 to December 5.
Sarah Wayne Callies
The Walking Dead star Sarah Wayne Callies is no stranger to Vancouver having recently wrapped up Season 3 of USA Network’s sci-fi show Colony in town. The show moved production of Season 3 to Vancouver from LA. She was also in town for the revival season of Prison Break. She’s joined by Michael Shanks in the miniseries Unspeakable.
— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) March 1, 2018
Bad Times at the El Royale cast
Parks & Rec
It’s also been reported that the movie Triple Frontier may split production between Hawaii and Vancouver this Spring. The movie is expected to film from March to May this year and stars Charlie Hunnam, Mark Wahlberg, Garret Hedlund and Pedro Pascal.
Update: Triple Frontier will not be filming in Vancouver
— Lindsay B (@lemon_buzz) March 14, 2018
You can also spot the casts of your favourite Vancouver-filmed TV shows like A Series of Unfortunate Events, Arrow, Once Upon a Time (in it’s final season), Supergirl, Supernatural, The Flash and Van Helsing. There’s also new stars and casts to welcome to Vancouver for shows like the Charmed reboot and Disney XD’s Herbie the Lovebug reboot. Read more about the 23 TV shows filming in Vancouver this March.
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