NOVEMBER 1: English alt-rock band Peter Hook & the Light plays Venue, tours in support of latest album So This Is Permanence.
NOVEMBER 1: South Korean K-pop vocalist CL plays the Vogue Theatre, performing on her Hello Bitches Tour 2016.
NOVEMBER 1: American pop-R&B singer-songwriter Niykee Heaton plays the Biltmore Cabaret, performing on her Centerfold Tour.
NOVEMBER 1: New York-based electronic/house producer and recording artist Nicholas Jaar plays the Commodore Ballroom.
NOVEMBER 2: Montreal-based art-folk singer-songwriter Emily Millard plays China Cloud, with guests Aerialists.
NOVEMBER 2: Brooklyn-based alt-pop band Wet plays the Imperial, with guests Demo Taped.
NOVEMBER 2: Toronto acoustic singer-songwriter Daniela Andrade plays the Rio Theatre, touring in support of latest album Shore.
NOVEMBER 2: Portuguese fado vocalist Mariza (above) plays the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts, performing tunes from her latest album Mundo. SOLD OUT.
NOVEMBER 2: Canadian pop-rock singer-songwriter, actor, and activist Bif Naked plays White Rock's Blue Frog Studios.
NOVEMBER 2: Canadian pop-rock singer-songwriter Hannah Georgas plays the Commodore, touring in support of latest album For Evelyn.
NOVEMBER 3: Canadian adult-contemporary singer-songwriter Chantal Kreviazuk plays the Clarke Theatre in Mission.
NOVEMBER 3: Toronto-based a cappella group the Nylons performs at North Van's Centennial Theatre on its Farewell Tour.
NOVEMBER 3: European-American electronica trio Musica Elettronica Viva plays the Western Front.
NOVEMBER 3: Canadian post-punk duo Duotang plays the Biltmore, with guests Uptights.
NOVEMBER 3: Vancouver folk-rock band Kin Kanyon plays the Cobalt, with guests Sh-Shakes and the Dead Zones.
NOVEMBER 4: American punk-rock band NOFX (above) plays the first of two nights at the Commodore, with guests Pears, Useless ID, and Modern Terror.
NOVEMBER 4: Fundraiser for the Vancouver Food Bank at the Rickshaw Theatre features music by 2 Days & Counting, the Binz, Cobra Ramone, Crummy, Death Sentence, Eddy D & the Sex Bombs, the Furniture, Joseph Blood, Li'l Miss M's Rockpile, Trailerhawk, and Wett Stilettos.
NOVEMBER 4: Vancouver studio musicians pay tribute to American jazz-rock band Steely Dan with Steelin' in the Years at Blue Frog Studios.
NOVEMBER 4: The Vancouver Latin American Cultural Centre presents an evening of Cuban jazz at the Vancouver Playhouse with Club Habana.
NOVEMBER 4: L.A. dance-music duo Classixx plays the the Imperial on its Faraway Reach Tour, with guest Harriet Brown.
NOVEMBER 4: the Cap Global Roots Series presents Malian singer-songwriter Rokia Traoré at Kay Meek Centre.
NOVEMBER 4: Canadian adult-contemporary singer-songwriter Chantal Kreviazuk plays the Massey Theatre in New Westminster.
NOVEMBER 4: American queer-punk duo PWR BTTM plays the 333, with guests Bellows and Lisa Prank.
NOVEMBER 5: Los Angeles experimental band Mangchi plays the Cobalt, with guest Kid Koala.
NOVEMBER 5: all-male a cappella quartet QW4RTZ plays Norman Rothstein Theatre as part of the 22nd Coup de cœur francophone de Vancouver.
NOVEMBER 5: American punk-rock band NOFX plays the second of two nights at the Commodore, with guests Pears, Useless ID, and Modern Terror.
NOVEMBER 5: Vancouver indie-folk rockers Echo Nebraska (above) play Blue Light Studio, showcasing tunes from debut EP Send the Ships.
NOVEMBER 5: American rapper A$AP Ferg plays the Vogue, with guests Playboi Carti and Rob $tone.
NOVEMBER 6: U.K. classical-crossover group Il Divo plays the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, touring in support of its latest release Amor & Pasion.
NOVEMBER 6: the Rogue Folk Club presents Cape Breton folk musicians Wendy MacIsaac, Mairi Rankin, and Mac Morin at St. James Hall.
NOVEMBER 6: American rapper Mac Miller plays the Vogue, touring in support of new album The Divine Feminine.
NOVEMBER 6: Vancouver improv musicians Peggy Lee, Stefan Smulovitz, and Ben Brown perform new works by Charuest and Lima at the Western Front.
NOVEMBER 7: Norwegian rapper, record producer, and songwriter Lido plays the Rio Theatre.
NOVEMBER 7: horn-driven rock band Chicago coheadlines Rogers Arena with R&B-soul group Earth, Wind & Fire.
NOVEMBER 8: Chicago electropop singer-songwriter Kiiara plays the Imperial, with guests Cruel Youth and Lil Aaron.
NOVEMBER 8: Montreal psychedelic rockers Elephant Stone play the Fox Cabaret, with guests the Velveteins.
NOVEMBER 8: American rapper, record producer, actor, and former Fugees member Ms. Lauryn Hill (above) plays the Queen Elizabeth Theatre.
NOVEMBER 9: Electro-soul/hip-hop collective Busty and the Bass plays the Biltmore.
NOVEMBER 9: local world-groove band Tambura Rasa, led by Ivan Tucakov, plays Pyatt Hall.
NOVEMBER 9: U.K. rock 'n' roll band the Struts plays the Imperial, touring in support of is latest album Everybody Wants.
NOVEMBER 9: American country-folk duo Shovels & Rope play the Commodore, with guests Indianola.
NOVEMBER 10: Caravan World Rhythms presents world-jazz group Itamar Erez and the Adama Ensemble at the Orpheum Annex, with guests Nick Apivor and Hamin Honari.
NOVEMBER 10: Danish pop-soul band Lukas Graham, led by vocalist Lukas Graham Forchhammer, plays the Vogue.
NOVEMBER 10: Thunder Bay indie-electronica artist Coleman Hell plays the Venue, with guest Ria Mae.
NOVEMBER 10: the Rogue Folk Club presents Canadian country singer-songwriter Jadea Kelly coheadlining St. James Hall with Canadian roots-pop group Sweet Alibi.
NOVEMBER 11: the Rogue Folk Club presents Canadian folk-traditional ensemble Ten Strings and a Goat Skin at St. James Hall.
NOVEMBER 11: electronic dance artists Autograf & Goldroom coheadline the Imperial.
NOVEMBER 11: Venezuela ska-rock band Desorden Publico plays the Rickshaw, with guests Los Furios and Caracas the Band.
NOVEMBER 11: Texas folk-Americana singer-songwriter David Ramirez plays the Media Club.
NOVEMBER 11: Nashville rockers Bully (above) play the Biltmore, with guests Dead Soft and Jo Passed.
NOVEMBER 11: London-based indie-alt band the Veils plays Fortune Sound Club, touring in support of latest album Total Depravity.
NOVEMBER 11: Ontario-based country-folk singer-songwriter Donovan Woods plays the Fox Cabaret, with guest Joey Landreth.
NOVEMBER 11: English electronica singer-songwriter Lapsley plays the Commodore, touring in support of debut album Long Way Home.
NOVEMBER 11: deep-listening concert at Red Gate Gallery features music by Chad Munson, Forever and Sunsmell, Mark Henrickson, Mike Jedlicka, the OO-Ray, and Wndfrm.
NOVEMBER 12: Vancouver indie-soul band the Boom Booms plays the Imperial, with guests Bazooka Picnic.
NOVEMBER 12: American country-music duo Florida Georgia Line plays Rogers Arena, with guests Granger Smith and Chris Lane.
NOVEMBER 12: New York City-based hip-hop act Timeflies plays the Fortune Sound Club.
NOVEMBER 12: Austin pop singer-songwriter Max Frost plays the Fox Cabaret, with guest Sinclair.
NOVEMBER 12: Country singer-songwriter Terri Clark (above) plays the Vogue, performs on her Back to My Roots solo acoustic tour.
NOVEMBER 12: American rapper, author, and poet Watsky plays the Rio Theatre, with guests Witt Lowry and Daye Jack.
NOVEMBER 12: Canadian rock band the Trews plays the Commodore, with guests Bleeker.
NOVEMBER 12: an evening of funk and old-school music by Daddy Mikey and Earl Da Pearl at the Croatian Cultural Centre.
NOVEMBER 12: Australian rock bands Dune Rats and DZ Deathrays coheadline the Biltmore on their Death Rats Tour.
NOVEMBER 12: Rhode Island experimental hardcore band Daughters plays the Cobalt.
NOVEMBER 13: English metal band Grim Reaper plays the Red Room Ultrabar, with guests Hellchamber and Crnkshft.
NOVEMBER 13: Alabama hip-hop artist Yelawolf plays the Commodore, with guests Bubba Sparxxx, Struggle Jennings, and Jelly Roll.
NOVEMBER 13: Canadian jazz saxophonist-clarinetist Quinsin Nachoff Flux plays the Western Front with bandmates Matt Mitchell, David Binney, and Kenny Wollesen.
NOVEMBER 13: Australian indie-rock quartet the Jezabels (above) plays the Imperial, showcasing tunes from latest album Synthia.
NOVEMBER 13: Houston 10-piece soul band the Suffers plays the Biltmore, with guests Jakubi.
NOVEMBER 14: local country-swing band Petunia and the Vipers plays the WISE Hall.
NOVEMBER 14: Canadian rapper Tory Lanez plays the first of two nights at the Vogue, with guests Jacquees, Kranium, and VeeCee. SOLD OUT.
NOVEMBER 15: Dutch symphonic-metal band Epica plays Venue, with guests Fleshgod Apocalypse, Arkona, and the Agonist.
NOVEMBER 15: California punk-surf trio Agent Orange plays the Rickshaw, with guests the Atom Age and the Tubuloids.
NOVEMBER 15: Canadian rapper Tory Lanez plays the second of two nights at the Vogue, with guests Jacquees, Kranium, and VeeCee.
NOVEMBER 16: Los Angeles-based prog band Animals as Leaders plays the Commodore, with guests Intervals and Plini.
NOVEMBER 16: Pittsburgh punk band the Gotobeds plays Fortune Sound Club.
NOVEMBER 16: New York City electronica artist Jai Wolf plays Venue.
NOVEMBER 17: Coastal Jazz presents a concert celebrating jazz legends at Frankie's, featuring the Steve Kaldestad Quintet.
NOVEMBER 17: Canadian traditional-folk band Everything Fitz plays Coquitlam's Evergreen Cultural Centre.
NOVEMBER 17: Norwegian electronica duo Lemaitre, composed of Ketil Jansen and Ulrik Denizou Lund, plays Fortune Sound Club.
NOVEMBER 17: American alt-rock band Portugal. The Man plays the Commodore, with guest Boone Howard.
NOVEMBER 18: Salt Lake City-born violinist Hannah Epperson (above) plays the Fox Cabaret, touring in support of latest album Upsweep.
NOVEMBER 18: The Montreal Guitar Trio plays the first of two nights at West Van's Kay Meek Centre.
NOVEMBER 18: Canadian First Nations electronica band A Tribe Called Red plays the Commodore. SOLD OUT.
NOVEMBER 18: Coastal Jazz presents a concert celebrating jazz legends at Frankie's, featuring the Chris Gestrin Quartet.
NOVEMBER 18: California Afro-inspired jam band Waterstrider plays the Biltmore, touring in support of its debut album Nowhere Now.
NOVEMBER 18: local country-pop singer-songwriter Barry Greenfield performs an album-release party for The Nashville Sessions at Roundhouse Community Centre.
NOVEMBER 18: Pink Floyd tribute band Crazy Diamonds plays the Backstage Lounge, with guests the Unknown Soldiers (Doors tribute) and Rippin' and Taron.
NOVEMBER 18: Los Angeles punk band Off! (above) plays the Rickshaw.
NOVEMBER 19: Coastal Jazz presents a concert celebrating jazz legends at Frankie's, featuring the Dave Sikula Quartet.
NOVEMBER 19: Tracey and Jil's Big 50 Bash at R's Turf Hotel Pub in Surrey features performances by the Rekkening, Rock N Roll Nightmare, Dark Origin, P.C.PURE, MuffDusters, and T.D.G., with partial proceeds to the Children of the Street Society.
NOVEMBER 19: the 18th annual West Coast Guitar Night at the Cultch features acoustic, jazz, classical, folk, Brazilian, and flamenco guitar music by Kent Hillman, Hanh Nguyen, Les Finnigan, Edgar Avelino, Alexander Flock, John Gilliat, and Rossi Tzonkov.
NOVEMBER 19: Belgian pop singer Antoine Chance makes his Vancouver premiere at the Revue Stage as part of the 2016 Vancouver Coup de cœur francophone concert series.
NOVEMBER 19: Canadian indie-rock band Wintersleep plays the Commodore, tours in support of its latest album The Great Detachment.
NOVEMBER 19: San Francisco experimental doom band OM plays the Rickshaw, with guest Daniel Higgs.
NOVEMBER 19: Rage Against the Machine tribute band Calm Like a Bomb plays Pat's Pub and Brewhouse, with guests Meatplow and the Big Richards.
NOVEMBER 19: The Montreal Guitar Trio plays the second of two nights at West Van's Kay Meek Centre.
NOVEMBER 19: the Temptations Revue, featuring Nate Evans, plays the River Rock Show Theatre.
NOVEMBER 20: Coastal Jazz presents a concert celebrating jazz legends at Frankie's, featuring the Jaclyn Guillou Quartet.
NOVEMBER 20: Brazilian soul-funk singer-songwriter Seu Jorge (above) presents a tribute to David Bowie at the Vogue that features Portuguese versions of Bowie's songs, performed alongside images from Wes Anderson's film The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou.
NOVEMBER 20: Spanish flamenco vocalist Diego El Cigala melds the traditional sounds of his Spanish Gitano heritage with the rhythms and melodies of salsa at Chan Shun Concert Hall.
NOVEMBER 21: Coastal Jazz presents a concert celebrating jazz legends at Frankie's, featuring the Capilano University A Band.
NOVEMBER 21: Toronto punk band Pup plays the Cobalt, touring in support of latest album The Dream Is Over.
NOVEMBER 21: American rapper YG performs two shows at the Vogue on his F*** Donald Trump Tour.
NOVEMBER 21: Canadian First Nations electronica band A Tribe Called Red plays the Commodore.
NOVEMBER 22: Norwegian synth-pop singer-songwriter Mr. Little Jeans plays the Biltmore Cabaret.
NOVEMBER 22: Canadian country artist Gord Bamford plays the Commodore, with guest Meghan Patrick.
NOVEMBER 23: Irish vocal group Celtic Thunder plays Abbotsford Centre, celebrating the influence of Irish and Celtic music around the world.
NOVEMBER 23: American pop singer-songwriter and Backstreet Boys member Nick Carter plays Venue on his All American Tour.
NOVEMBER 23: Canadian electronica band Dragonette (above) plays the Imperial, with guest Lowell.
NOVEMBER 23: Danish electropop singer MØ plays the Vogue, performs tunes from her latest album No Mythologies to Follow.
NOVEMBER 24: Australian alt-dance trio Rüfüs du Sol plays the Imperial, touring in support of latest album Bloom.
NOVEMBER 24: Irish folk singer-songwriter and guitarist James Vincent McMorrow plays the Commodore, with guest Allan Rayman.
NOVEMER 25: Swedish death-metal band Dark Tranquility plays the Rickshaw, with guests Swallow the Sun, Enforcer, and Starkill.
NOVEMBER 25: former Supertramp member Roger Hodgson performs solo tunes and Supertramp classics at Molson Canadian Theatre at Hard Rock.
NOVEMBER 25: London-based indie-folk band Daughter plays the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, touring in support of latest album Not to Disappear.
NOVEMBER 26: Choralation A Cappella performs selections from Pentatonix, the Beach Boys, Taylor Swift, and Muse, with proceeds to the St. James Music Academy.
NOVEMBER 26: Ace Hood is featured at the Hard Rock Casino Vancouver's Quest for Fire independent artist showcase.
NOVEMBER 26: Canadian indie-rock band Paper Lions plays the Biltmore, touring in support of latest album Full Colour.
NOVEMBER 26: the 17-piece South Van Big Band performs big band jazz at Cottage Bistro.
NOVEMBER 26: Vancouver blues-rock outfit Richard Quan and the Progressive Blues Experience plays the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, with guests the Red Street Blues Band. Proceeds to Muscular Dystrophy Canada.
NOVEMBER 26: Led Zeppelin tribute band In the Evening plays the Backstage Lounge, with guests American Woman (guess Who tribute) and Bad Moon Risin' (CCR tribute).
NOVEMBER 26: Vancouver garage-rock duo the Pack A.D. plays Fortune Sound Club, with guests Dead Quiet and the Uptights.
NOVEMBER 26: San Francisco garage-rock band Thee Oh Sees play the Rickshaw, with guest Alex Cameron.
NOVEMBER 26: Canadian folk-Celtic fiddlers and spouses Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy play the Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts.
NOVEMBER 26: former Supertramp member Roger Hodgson (above) performs solo tunes and Supertramp classics at the River Rock Show Theatre.
NOVEMBER 28: Finnish power-metal band Sonata Arctica plays Venue, with guests Leave's Eyes and Omnium Gatherum.
NOVEMBER 29: American country-music duo Brothers Osborne plays the first of two nights at the Commodore.
NOVEMBER 29: death-metal bands Revocation and Aborted coheadline the Rickshaw, with guests Black Crown Initiate, Rivers of Nihil, and Revenger.
NOVEMBER 30: Los Angeles–based rock band CRX plays the Biltmore, touring in support of its debut album New Skin.
NOVEMBER 30: American country-music duo Brothers Osborne plays the second of two nights at the Commodore.