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And They’re Off…The Deighton Cup 2016

Tickets to the summer’s most stylish trackside party went on sale May 10

Tomorrow is the day to secure first-run tickets to one of the most anticipated events of Vancouver’s summer season: The 8th Annual Deighton Cup..

Presented by Droski/Turner and The Social Concierge,, the breathtaking and stylish summer tradition will run on Saturday, July 16, 2016 at the Hastings Racecourse (188 N. Renfrew St.) from 11am to 6pm.

Early Bird tickets to The Deighton Cup ($65) were available to the general public on Tuesday, May 10 at Partial proceeds from all ticket sales will benefit Variety – The Children’s Charity.

This year, The Deighton Cup opens both the Marquee and Concourse areas as a single, fully integrated VIP experience. Revelers will enjoy full access to both sections, including Miles End Motors Field of Dreams, the picnic area, cigar lounge & the live music performances on the Bulleit Bourbon sound stage. A Southern-meets-Pacific-Rim lunch is also included in the ticket price.

As always, the most stylish man and woman at The Deighton Cup will win the titles of Gallant Sartorialist and Belle du Jour, respectively, alongside a host of terrific prizes. To keep things shaking, the 4th Annual Cocktail Jockey Mixology Competition will pit the city’s top bartenders against each other for bragging rights and a $1,000 cash prize!

And of course, the centerpiece will be the running of eight heart-stopping horse races, with post time beginning promptly at 1:20 pm.

Early Bird Festival Tickets: $65 (for a limited time)
Regular Festival Tickets; $75
* Ticket prices do not include taxes and service charges.

For group rates and private suites, please contact The Deighton Cup directly at



When: Saturday, July 16
Where: Hastings Racecourse – 188 North Renfrew Street
Time: 11am – 6pm
Price: Festival Ticket $65 (Early Bird) | Regular Festival Ticket $75
Tickets: Available online at

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