14 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Wednesday, May 15

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      Supersuckers celebrate the 20th anniversary of their album The Evil Powers of Rock ’n’ Roll by playing the album in full front to back.
      Rickshaw Theatre | 254 East Hastings | 8pm | $20 »Details

      Canadian rock legend Neil Young performs the second of two shows with songs from his long career on his Solo tour. With guest Elvis Costello.
      Queen Elizabeth Theatre | 630 Hamilton | $75  »Details

      Local Natives, indie-rock band from L.A. come to Vancouver on their Spiral Choir Tour. With guests Middle Kids.
      Commodore Ballroom | 868 Granville | 9pm | $37.50 »Details

      American ‎Indie ‎folk rock musician, singer and songwriter Kevin Morby from Lubbock, Texas tours in support of his album, Oh My God. With guests Sam Cohen.
      Imperial Vancouver | 319 Main | 7pm | $24.50 »Details

      Honour the seminal grunge frontman when Loud Love pay tribute To Chris Cornell. Hear songs from Soundgarden, Audioslave, Temple of the Dog, and his solo projects.
      The Roxy | 932 Granville | 8pm | $14 »Details

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      Best-selling author and Polaris Music Prize nominee Vivek Shraya speaks at the Vancouver Art Gallery in the presentation Moving Still: Performative Photography in India which addresses ideas of migration and diaspora as well as gender identity. 
      Annex Theatre | 823 Seymour | 7pm | $40/35 »Details

      Creep metal performer Crawl fills the Astoria with an overwhelming sense of dread via a self-made distorted bass and abrasive drumming. With guests Koma.
      The Astoria | 769 East Hastings | 8pm »Details

      American country singer-songwriter Thomas Rhett plays tunes from his album Center Point Road on his Life Changes Tour. With guest Dustin Lynch.
      Rogers Arena | 800 Griffiths Way | 7pm »Details

      Fugue is a moody psychodrama from Poland examining a woman's journey from wife and mother to spiky haired punk with no memory of her pasta life. Followed by a  discussion with Dr. Ingrid Söchting, director of the UBC Psychology Clinic who has over the past 25 years, specialized in treatment for mood and anxiety disorders, including depression, OCD, and trauma.
      The Cinematheque | 1131 Howe | 7:30pm | $12 »Details

      The Vancouver Whitecaps host the Atlanta United FC in MLS action. 
      BC Place | 777 Pacific | 7pm | »Details


      Sophie Buddle headlines a night of stand-up comedy in the intimate backspace of the Fox. Also on the bill Luba Magnus, Gina Harms, Anna Cran, Rachel Schaefer, Savannah Isabelle, Ryan D. Anderson, and Pam Choi. Hosted by Jackie Hoffart and Robyn Pekar.
      Projection Room at Fox Cabaret | 2321 Main | $10 »Details

      Join host Carlotta Gurl at Bingo For Life, a weekly drag fundraiser which benefits Vancouver Friends For Life Society programming. Food and cocktail specials and a lot of fun for all.
      Mary's on Davie | 1202 Davie | 7pm | $10 »Details

      Hear the story of Tonic: The Drug That Aided Colonialism when the Long Table Distillery presents a historic journey of the origins of the beverage that saved from malaria and because gin's best friend. 
      Long Table Distillery | 1451 Hornby | 6:30pm | $49 »Details

      Gather a team and battle your way through four rounds of pop-culture and general knowledge at Nerdin' Trivia. Win cool prizes and be crowned trivia masters. 
      Storm Crow Alehouse | 1619 West Broadway | 7pm | Free »Details 


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