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August 7, 2012 at 3:31 PM

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Karaoke Kiosk is back!

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This Sunday, the Karaoke Kiosk returns to the heart of Vancouver for three enchanting afternoons in August. Designed by Urban Republic, the Kiosk is an outdoor karaoke booth that lets you to choose your favourite song from a touch screen display and sing it for the adoring public on the streets of downtown Vancouver. It’s first stop will be at the 700 block of Granville St., between Robson and Georgia, on August 12th from 2pm to 6pm. It’s totally free and everyone is welcome.

Here’s the complete schedule:

August 12th, 2pm to 6pm
Granville St. between Robson and Georgia

August 19th, 2pm to 6pm
Robson Square between Hornby and Howe

August 26th, 2pm to 6pm
Library Square between Homer and Hamilton (Vancouver Public Library Central Branch)

Check out the song list and photo gallery at urbanrepublic.ca.

The Karaoke Kiosk is a collaboration between VPSN and Urban Republic, and sponsored by VIVA Vancouver and the Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association. More information about VIVA’s summer street activations can be found here.

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