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Jenn Grant and Matthew Barber at CBC Studio 700
Everyone loves a good deal, right?
Larry & His Flask at the Imperial
You don’t have to be a member of Oregon-based bluegrass shit-kickers to know that drinking is a God-given right.
Cuban Music Festival at Performance Works
The first edition of the Cuban Music Festival promises four nights of hot dance rhythms from the heart of the Caribbean.
Nas at the Vogue Theatre
Not to sound sacrilegious, but if we were compiling the set list for Nas’s headlining show, there’s no question what Vancouver would be hearing first.
Jungle at the Imperial
Kangol hats off to Jungle, and not just because the project’s self-titled debut has been shortlisted for this year’s Mercury Prize.
Merchandise at the Biltmore
Some people sure have a lot to say.
White Noise at the Imperial
You like to dance, right?
Dropkick Murphys at the Commodore
Should you find yourself front and centre at the show, there’s going to be a price to pay: broken bones, chipped teeth, the shredding of all clothing on your person, and goodbye cup of Guinness.
Die Antwoord at the PNE Forum
Props to Die Antwoord for coming out of nowhere and playing the kind of 4,000-seat venue normally reserved for platinum-selling artists.
Anaïs Mitchell at the CBC’s Studio 700
Anaïs Mitchell may not be a familiar name here, but across the pond the Vermont-based singer-songwriter is considered new folk royalty.
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