Travel shorts are back on the festival circuit.article Travel shorts have been back on display for the last few years in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside and will again at BC Expo this weekend.
“This year we wanted to have a look back at how the shorts have evolved over the years and where we are in our evolution,” said festival co-founder and co-CEO Dan Miller.
“It was really important to look at the past and take stock of where we’ve been.”
Travel shorts have long been a staple of festival goers and festivalgoers alike, with the latest iteration having been worn by festival performers for the past five years.
In addition to the festival’s annual festival shorts, Miller said festival organizers have used shorts for various festivals since 2012, including the World Cup and the Pride Parade.
He said the festival is not looking to replace festival shorts.
This year, festival organizers will have new shorts available, as well as a limited edition “travel shorts” for the festival itself.
The festival will be wearing shorts and a dress as it opens the festival to the public on Friday morning.
Tickets for the event go on sale at 10am this morning.
The festival is a bit different than other festivals in that it’s not running a regular festival.
Instead, it’s running a special one-day event called the “Travel Short Shorts Festival.”
The festival runs a few days before and after the Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF) each year.
The Festival is located at 1111 Hastings Street in Downtown Vancouver.
Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at the festival office, at a limited number of participating venues or at the Festival booth at the Expo Center.
For more information about the festival, go to festival.com