Northern Lights Display - June 2021

May 25th, 2021

The stadium's Northern Lights Display is recognized around the world as a landmark of Vancouver’s skyline. BC Place is honoured to be able to help bring awareness to events, charities and non-profit causes that are important to communities in British Columbia.

Here are the stadium's lighting initiatives for June:

June 1st - Orange to honour the 215 children whose remains were discovered in a mass grave at the site of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School and to honour all others who lost their lives to the residential school system.

June 2nd - Red for Red Shirt Day and National AccessAbility Week

June 3rd - Purple for ALS Awareness Month

June 4th - Red for National Health and Fitness Week

June 5th - Blue and Green for World Environment Day

June 6th - Blue, Yellow and Red for Filipino Heritage Month

June 7th - Grey in advance of International Brain Tumour Awareness Day on June 8th

June 8th - Blue for World Oceans Day

June 9th - Blue for National Deafblind Awareness Month

June 10th - Blue and Orange for World Anxiety Day

June 11th - Blue for Brain Injury Awareness Month

June 12th - Teal for Tourette Syndrome Awareness Month

June 13th - Blue for Canadian Men's Health Month

June 14th - Red for World Blood Donor Day

June 15th - Purple for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

June 17th - Green for Spina Bifida Awareness Month

June 18th - Blue for 'Plaid for Dad' Campaign

June 19th - Red for World Sickle Cell Day

June 20th - Blue for World Refugee Day

June 21st - Multi-Colour for National Indigenous Peoples Day

June 22nd - Green for Thyroid Awareness Month

June 23rd - Red and Blue for Global Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (HHT) Awareness Day

June 24th - Red for Stroke Awareness Month

June 26th - Teal in advance of PTSD Awareness Day on June 27th

June 27th - Rainbow for Canadian Multiculturalism Day

June 29th - Teal for World Scleroderma Day

In addition to these lighting initiatives, the stadium will continue to light up with a special animation at the top of each hour (between sunset and 11pm) every night to show support for health care professionals across the province who are working tirelessly to support our communities through the COVID-19 pandemic.

To learn more or to submit a lighting request, visit our Northern Lights Display page.