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We scan tickets right off your smartphone! Just make sure to turn up the brightness for the scanner.
Entry into the show, all stage entertainment and seminars are included with Taboo admission. Food and beverages are extra.
Vancouver Taboo tickets are valid for one day only. Re-entry is allowed on that same day with an exit stamp provided at Main Cash.
Sorry, no refunds on tickets.
Yes. No under the age of 19 will be permitted entry into the Vancouver Taboo – no exceptions. Please bring a government-issued photo ID, otherwise entry may be denied.
Dress in what makes you feel confident and sexy! Unfortunately full nudity is not allowed, meaning breasts and genitals must be covered.
It means two ladies can gain admission for the price of one regular ticket. For ladies only on Sunday, February 5, 2017 from 12 pm to 6 pm. This offer is valid at the door (cash only) and cannot be combined with any other offer.
You’re welcome to take photos of any and all entertainment acts on stage. We do request that you ask for permission before photographing attendees and vendors on the general show floor.
Definitely! The whole floor is licensed for alcoholic drinks. Feel free to grab a brew or cocktail, shop around and take in the entertainment.
Concession will be open inside the event hall.
Most vendors do accept debit and credit as a form of payment.
There will be ATMs located in the hall for your convenience. Please note: ticket/admission sales are cash only.
Please email the Vancouver Convention Centre at LostAndFound@vancouverconventioncentre.com. Make sure to include the date you believe you left the item, a description of the item and your contact information. Items found following events at the Vancouver Convention Centre will remain in Lost & Found for 30 days, after which time they will be donated to one of our designated charities.