Vancouver Podcast Festival Set to Get People Talking at Venues Across Vancouver

The first ever Vancouver Podcast Festival is happening from Thursday, November 8th to Saturday, November 10th at various venues across the city. There are over twenty events – including a full calendar of free things happening at the Central Library – from live broadcasts and meet-and-greets with podcast celebrities to workshops, panel discussions and much more.

This year’s theme is “True Crime and Justice”, so expect a roster heavy with knowledge on all things criminal, from the grisly to the comedic. Not your thing? The lineup also features an array of niche topics tackled by podcast pros such as hip hop, drugs, science and Harry Potter, so there’s virtually something for everyone to tune into.

Festival passes cost $85 to $195, depending on the type of experience and how deep you want to go into the programming. Individual tickets go for $15 to $30 a pop. Check out the full schedule here.

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