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Take transit to Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour concert at BC Place on Sept. 11

Take transit to Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour concert at BC Place on Sept. 11

Beyoncé performing as part of the Renaissance World Tour
Grammy Award-winning artist Beyoncé performing at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London on June 1, 2023 as part of the Renaissance World Tour (Photo Credit: Raph_PH/Flickr)

Beyoncé returns to Vancouver on Monday, Sept. 11 at BC Place for her Renaissance World Tour. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m.

BC Place is just steps from Stadium–Chinatown Station, making transit the best way to get to the concert. Listen, you can have Sweet Dreams onboard transit instead of Déjà Vu with traffic congestion and the expensive event-rate parking fee.

Here’s what you need to know about how to take transit to the Beyoncé concert at BC Place.

Take transit to the Beyoncé concert at BC Place on Sept. 11

BC Place is a six-minute walk from the Expo Line’s Stadium–Chinatown Station and an 11-minute walk from the Canada Line’s Yaletown–Roundhouse Station.

Both the SkyTrain’s Expo and Canada Lines offer fast and frequent travel from early morning to late evening.

The Canada Line will operate its regular service between Bridgeport, Aberdeen, Lansdowne, and Richmond–Brighouse stations as there will be no Capstan Station construction taking place that evening.

Plan your trip using our Trip Planner at or Google Maps. Tell us where you’re starting from, and we’ll find the best route to get you to BC Place.

Kids 12 and under ride transit for free!

Pay for your transit fare using your contactless credit card or Interac Debit card

Our Compass Card readers accept contactless Interac Debit and credit cards, including American Express, Mastercard, and Visa and mobile wallets (Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay).

All you need to do is tap your card or device on the card reader to pay and enter the system. It’s that easy.

No lines when purchasing your transit fare or need to calculate how many zones you are travelling.

Interac card being tapped at the fare gate.

Don’t have a contactless credit or debit card?

You can purchase a Compass Ticket (or an Adult Compass Card) from our Compass Vending Machines located at SkyTrain stations, SeaBus terminals, Tsawwassen and Horseshoe Bay ferry terminals, and select London Drugs stores. You can also pre-purchase a second Compass Ticket for your return trip.

Tap in and out at SkyTrain stations and SeaBus terminals. There’s no need to tap out on buses, which are a one-zone fare.

If you’re paying by cash on the bus, you will be issued a paper transfer, which allows you to transfer between buses, but not to the SkyTrain, SeaBus, or West Coast Express.

Park at our Park and Ride lots to save on parking

Our Park and Ride lots, located throughout Metro Vancouver near transit stations, allow you to park your car for between $2 and $3 all day. Next, hop on to transit and let us take you the rest of the way to the concert.

Locations include Scott Road and Coquitlam Central stations.

Park at the bike valet for free

A bike valet is like a coat check, but for your bike! Our friends at The Bicycle Valet have set one up for the Beyoncé concert.

It’s free and located in the parking lot at the corner of Pacific Boulevard and Griffiths Way. The valet is open 5 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. and there’s limited capacity so arrive early!

They also accept other micro-mobility devices such as skateboards, unicycles, rollerblades, and strollers. A bag check is available too.


Featured photo credit: “BeyonceSpurs010623 (71 of 118)” by Raph_PH is licensed under CC BY 2.0


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