29 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Friday, November 13

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      Looking for something to do on Friday? The Straight’s got you covered. Here are 29 events happening in or around Vancouver on Friday, Nobember 13.



      Canadian indie-rock musician Rich Aucoin tours in support of latest release Ephemeral, with guests the Elwins, at the Fox Cabaret.

      New Jersey-born indie-pop singer-songwriter Halsey performs on her Badlands tour at the Rio Theatre.

      Canadian country artist Tim Hicks headlines the 2015 Get a Little Crazy Tour, with guests Cold Creek County and Jason Benoit, at the Commodore Ballroom.

      The Georgia Straight presents Canadian rock singer-songwriter Matthew Good performing on his Chaotic Neutral fall tour, with guest Scott Helman, at the Vogue Theatre.

      Italian jazz group the Luigi Bonafede Quintet performs with North Delta vocalist Leora Cashe at the Italian Cultural Centre.

      Nanaimo-born, Newfoundland-based folk artist Allison Crowe headlines at the St. James Hall.

      Stomp Records 20th Anniversary Show features Canadian ska and punk bands the Real McKenzies, the Brains, the Isotopes, Rude City Riot, and Los Kung-Fu Monkeys. Held at the Rickshaw Theatre.

      Michigan hip-hop group Slum Village, with guests the X Presidents, takes the stage at the Astoria Pub.

      American rapper Waka Flocka Flame and American hip-hop artist DJ Whoo Kid coheadline at the Harbour Event Center.



      At Planet Ice, you can play against NHL alumni and help raise money for the Alzheimer Society of B.C.

      The Big Sisters of B.C. Lower Mainland: Luminary Award Soiree honours business leader Fiona Macfarlane for  advocating for diversity in the workplace. Held at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver.



      Bonnie Kilroe presents two hours of musical comedy featuring celebrity impersonations at the Stadium Club Theatre.



      The Burnaby Beer Fest features raft-beer tastings from select micro-breweries paired with food from a popular food-truck company. Held at Spacekraft.

      Farang Restaurant co-owner and chef Kim Ohman and L'Abattoir chef Lee Cooper present a multi-course dinner at L'Abattoir.



      Melissa Carr and Gaetano Morello discuss common women's-health issues at the West Vancouver Community Centre.

      More than 30 designers, stationed throughout the museum’s galleries, discuss their work at the Museum of Vancouver.



      Canada takes on Honduras in the next round of 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Qualifiers. Held at B.C. Place Stdium.



      Just for Laughs presents the American comedian, actor, writer, and producer Jerry Seinfeld (pictured above) at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre.

      Standup comedian and actor Bobby Lee performs a solo show at Yuk Yuk's Comedy Club.

      Graham Clark does a live beard painting based on audience suggestions while some of Vancouver’s comedians do stand up during the painting. Held at the Hot Art Wet City Gallery.



      An interactive art-science exhibition spotlights 18 interdisciplinary exhibits by 15 artists and scientists that demonstrate how art changes our experience of science. Held at VIVO Media Arts.

      The Cultch hosts We Know Nothing, an evening of comedic monologues inspired by TV show Game of Thrones and the book series that inspired it.

      Live painting competition Battle of the Brush sees 10 artists compete. Held at Heritage Hall.



      U.K. dance company Hofesh Shechter Company presents barbarians, in which the complex beauty of baroque music inspires a world where dancers move with mathematical precision. Held at the Vancouver Playhouse.



      The UBC School of Music presents the UBC Chamber Strings led by Eric Wilson in highlights of their fall season. Held at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

      The Vancouver Chamber Choir presents recent pieces by composers from Argentina, Estonia, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, U.K., U.S., and Canada. Held at Ryerson United Church.



      UBC MTT presents Guilty Parties, a musical-theatre production about best friends who are having an affair. Held at the AMS Student Nest.

      TJ Dawe and Rita Bozi's play 52 Pick Up tells a heartbreaking love story through a random selection of 52 cards. Held at the Havana Theatre.

      Aaron Bushkowsky's dark comedy Dressing for a Wedding explores a mother’s desperate attempts to run her daughter’s wedding rehearsal. Held at Performance Works.

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