Vans Announces House of Vans Pop-up in Toronto

If any retailer knows how to throw a party it’s Vans.
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If any retailer knows how to throw a party it’s Vans. Back for the second consecutive year, the House of Vans Pop-up will be coming to Toronto’s Queen Street West from March 30 to April 2.

Torontonians can expect another action-packed four-day event including a live performance by acclaimed singer-songwriter, Mac DeMarco, a market showcasing various members of Toronto’s creative community, an art exhibit, and a full-size replica of an iconic San Francisco skate spot, Pier 7, all free and open to the public.

Located at 99 Sudbury St. on the edge of Parkdale, the House of Vans Pop-up will kick off at 8 pm on Thursday, March 30, starting with a live interview featuring Vans Skate Pro Elijah Berle, hosted by Cephas Benson and Donovan Jones of The Bunt.

Along with the live entertainment, the Community Market at House of Vans Toronto will feature some of the best artists, designers, and retailers from Toronto and Canada. Think record stores, interior designers, underground skatewear brands, visual artists, artisanal jewelers and even a stick n’ poke tattoo artist.

In essence of supporting the “off-the-wall” spirit the company was founded on, 100% of the sales profits from the Community Market will go directly to the vendors.

For a full list of vendors and performers head to or to RSVP or enter the lottery to see the live musical performance with Mac DeMarco head here. And if you can’t make the interview with pro skater Elijah Berle, the session will be streamed live on the official Vans Skate’s Instagram.

If you’re looking forward to the House of Vans Pop-up in Toronto, make sure to check out their video “No Other Way” below:

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