The first ever Boobyball is happening in Vancouver next week and you need to be there

Oct 13 2017, 3:14 am

The first ever Boobyball is taking place in Vancouver next week.

Rethink Breast Cancer is hosting the fundraising event on Saturday, October 21 at The Imperial on Main Street. But this isn’t any regular fundraiser as it has a retro ‘let’s get physical’ theme that will take you right back to your teenage years. Plus, you’ll get to enjoy everything from neon cocktails and scrumptious treats from Emelle’s Catering, Savoury City, and Dipped Donut Co, retro-nail style touch-ups by The Ten Spot, hear beats played by Z953, and much more.

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The event aims to promote and celebrate regular physical activity – whether it’s shimmying in the most luscious lycra or having an aerobic dance-off to the sickest beat. Because it’s these things that help reduce a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer in her lifetime.

To make it better, you get to dress up in your favourite 80s and 90s apparel. Think brightly coloured legwarmers, shoulder pads, denim jackets, and big hair, to channel your inner Kelly Kapowski!

Tickets to this retro party for a good cause are available now via Boobyball, costing $125 each. Your ticket includes a complimentary bar, snacks, a gift bag, entertainment and so much more.

Last year’s events hosted 4,000 young philanthropists across Canada and since 2002, the event has raised more than $4.2 million CAD for Rethink Breast Cancer’s work for young women concerned about and affected by breast cancer.

This year, Boobyball aims to raise $540,000 through its coast to coast events hosted here in Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary, Ottawa, and Halifax.

For more information, check out Boobyball online.

Boobyball Vancouver 2017 

When: October 21, 8 pm to 1 am
Where: The Imperial – 319 Main Street
Price: $125 – Tickets available via Boobyball

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