Earlier this month, the West End BIA hosted the second annual Robson Community Fair in and around the 800 block of Cardero Street. In partnership with a number of community groups and businesses such as WE Arts, Single Line Theatre, Robson Public Market, Vancity, and Whole Foods Market, Lower Robson was transformed into a hub of music, art and community.

A live music stage was also set up on Cardero Street and hosted some of Vancouver’s best emerging musical talent including Isaak Salomon, The Response, Gabe and the Oh Yeahs, Monika Schwartzman and bossanova favourites¬†Hint Of Lime. Missed the action? Community volunteer Christopher Clarke Hyndman captured the performances on Youtube. You can watch them here.

Take a look at the photos and let us know what you think? If you’d like to get involved in next year’s Robson Community Fair, contact Caitlin Rowe at c.rowe@www.westend.weareloki.com.