49th annual BC Home + Garden Show
returns with all-star lineup and must-see attractions

HGTV Canada’s Bryan Baeumler and innovative modular home
by Honomobo returns to BC Place Stadium, February 19-23, 2020

Marketplace Events announced today that the BC Home + Garden Show returns February 19-23, 2020 at BC Place Stadium with a lineup of leading home improvement, design and garden experts. Over 425 exhibitors, fresh new features and the top trends of the season will be at the forefront, all over the course of five days.

Returning favourite HGTV Canada’s Bryan Baeumler, presented by RBC will headline the Show, joined by an outstanding lineup of local experts who will deliver fresh insight and practical advice for your next home improvement project. Joining the celebrity contractor, star of Island of Bryan on the HGTV Canada Main Stage presented by Homebuilders Association Vancouver is Lower Mainland interior designers Sydney Carlaw of Purity Designs, Jamie Banfield of Jamie Banfield Design and Sarah Gallop of Sarah Gallop Design, among others.


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Bryan Baeumler of HGTV Canada’s Island of Bryan

Also returning to the BC Home + Garden Show for the first time since 2017 is the modern, sustainable and modular container home by Honomobo,  debuting their grand HO4+ model at the Show. Comprised of four repurposed shipping containers, the sleek and spacious 3 bedroom and 2 bathroom configuration spans 1224 square feet and will be on display at the Show for attendees to explore. Both spacious and efficient, this single level home includes a large living room, dining room, full kitchen with twenty nine feet of floor to ceiling glass. The homes are designed and built in eight weeks by Honomobo in Edmonton, AB.

“We are thrilled to welcome the latest innovations in the home and garden industry to the BC Home + Garden Show each and every year,” explained Tyson Kidd, show manager for Marketplace Events, producers of the BC Home + Garden Show. “The returning Honomobo home features a sustainable and quality living option, sure to be a popular attraction for the thousands of visitors our Show gets over the course of the week, along with our all-star lineup of experts such as HGTV Canada’s Bryan Baeumler, presented by RBC who always draws a crowd.”

From kitchens and baths to flooring and landscaping, find great deals, new ideas, and inspiration for all your home and garden projects, find it all at the BC Home + Garden Show. The BC Home + Garden Show runs from Wednesday, February 19 at 4 p.m. to Sunday, February 23 at 6 p.m. at BC Place Stadium. Stay tuned for the final HGTV Canada Main Stage presented by Homebuilders Association Vancouver schedule, slated for release in the coming weeks. For more information, or to buy tickets online and save $2, visit Show logos and high-resolution photos are available here.

About the BC Home + Garden Show

The BC Home + Garden Show  has been a staple in consumers’ calendars since 1971, attracting more than 54,000+ qualified visitors each winter. Produced by Marketplace Events, the show features high-interest exhibits, high-profile industry personalities and the latest home, garden and lifestyle trends. Marketplace Events produces 67 home shows in 34 markets that collectively attract 1.9 million attendees and another 3 million unique web visitors annually.

About Marketplace Events

Marketplace Events creates vibrant expositions connecting enthusiasts with experts, products and services in dynamic face-to-face environments. The company produces 51 consumer home shows in the US, 16 in Canada, five holiday shows, two bridal shows and one spring boutique. The 75 combined events, in 34 markets, currently attract 22,000 exhibitors, 1.9 million attendees and another 3 million unique web visitors annually. From 15 offices, the 170-person staff produces some of the most successful and longest-running shows in North America, including market-leading shows in Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Indianapolis, Vancouver, Calgary and Montreal—some of which have thrived in their markets for more than 75 years.




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