There could be a noticeable upsurge in Internet activity felt around the Vancouver area at 10 a.m. tomorrow.
That's the exact time that more than 20 concerts scheduled at local venues ranging from the wee (Media Club) to the mid-sized (Orpheum Theatre) to the large (Pacific Coliseum) go on sale.
Here's the lineup of shows, in chronological order. Maybe there's something in it for you?
JANUARY: Alabama pop singer-songwriter Maria Taylor plays the Media Club Jan. 10; Australian pop-rock quartet Cloud Control is at the Biltmore Jan. 16; southern blues-rock act the North Misssissippi Allstars play the Rio Theatre Jan. 24; English alt-rock band Deaf Havana plays the Media Club Jan. 25; and Canadian dubstep DJ Jeff Abel (Excision) is at the Commodore Ballroom Jan. 25.
FEBRUARY: Dream-pop act Washed Out plays the Commodore Feb. 1; Australian roots-jam band the John Butler Trio plays the Commodore Feb. 15-16; Norwegian folk-pop singer-songwriter Ane Brun is at the Electric Owl Feb. 17; local garage-blues duo the Pack A.D. plays the Rickshaw Theatre Feb. 21; and Canadian electronica trio A Tribe Called Red is at the Commodore Feb. 22.
MARCH: Scottish indie-rock quartet Glasvegas plays Venue March 1; American folk singer-songwriter Angel Olsen is at the Media Club March 6; American country-pop trio Lady Antebellum plays the Pacific Coliseum March 10; local folk-rock veterans Spirit of the West play the Commodore March 15; British metalcore quintet Bring Me the Horizon is at the Vogue Theatre March 25; and British trip-hop trio London Grammar visits the Commodore March 31.
APRIL: American indie-rock band Young the Giant plays the Commodore April 2-3; English indie-pop singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding is at the Orpheum April 24; Scottish indie-rock band Franz Ferdinand plays the Commodore April 25; and the 1975 visits the Vogue April 26.
MAY, JUNE & JULY: L.A. indie-pop trio Haim plays Malkin Bowl May 24; Australian alt-rock legends Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds are at the Orpheum Theatre June 30; and the Pemberton Music Festival takes place in the Pemberton Valley July 18-20.