13 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Thursday, June 13

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      Legendary operatic and pop singer Andrea Bocelli plays Rogers Arena as he tours with his latest album, Si
      Rogers Arena |800 Griffiths Way | 8pm »Details

      Ready your wands wizards for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince in Concert performed live by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.
      Orpheum Theatre | 601 Smithe | 7:30pm | From $26 »Details

      Local boys Econoline Crush play tunes from their newest album, Ignite, along with their hits "Wicked", "All That You Are", and "You Don't Know What It's Like".  With opener DJ Alan.
      Biltmore Cabaret |2755 Prince Edward | 7pm | $20 »Details

      English Indie-rock soul group The Heavy bring their tour to the Commodore in a support of their new album, Sons.
      Commodore Ballroom |868 Granville | 9:30pm | $30 »Details

      The Toddcast Podcast Cheap Thrills 15 presents an acoustic, intimate, and interactive night with U.K. singer-songwriter Tonye Aganaba.
      Railway Stage & Beer Cafe |579 Dunsmuir | 8pm | Free »Details

      Get freaky in the funhouse when Good Times-Bad Ideas brings sword swallowing, machetes, grinders, beds of nails, clown babes, circus feats and sideshow freaks to LanaLou's. Witness live sideshow stunts by host Neil E. Dee, burlesque by Melody Mangler and Ophelia Coer de Noir, plus games, prizes, friends and prize for best circus-style costume.
      LanaLou's | ADDRESS | 8pm | $20 »Details

      Go Back to the 90s with guilty pleasures, dance anthems, and smash hits from the era played by the best Irish DJs. 
      Venue Nightclub | 881 Granville | 10pm | $0/8/10/15 »Details

      Canadian playwright George F. Walker's Zastrozzi: The Master Of Discipline follows an accomplished European criminal as he navigates the slippery slope of madness leading to the truth of his mother's death. A tale of crime, passion, swordfighting, and revenge. 
      The Cultch |1895 Venables | 8pm |$30 »Details


      American photojournalist, writer, and filmmaker Danny Lyon gives a talk and signs copies of his books on such subjects as motorcycle clubs, urban redevelopment, and the U.S. prison system.
      The Polygon Gallery | 101 Carrie Cates Court, North Vancouver | 7pm | Admission by donation  »Details

      The Rio presents a Suspiria double feature with sceenings of Dario Argento's remastered 1977 original followed by Luca Guadagnino‘s 2018 re-imagination starring Tilda Swinton, Dakota Johnson, and Chloë Grace Moretz. An American newcomer to a prestigious German ballet academy comes to realize that the school is a front for something sinister amid a series of grisly murders.
      Rio Theatre |1660 East Broadway | 6:45 & 8:45pm »Details

      Based on the bestseller by Icelandic crime novelist Arnaldur Indridason, Baltasar Kormákur’s Jar City announced the mini-boom of “Nordic noirs.” Called in to investigate “a typical Icelandic murder: bloody and pointless,” a hard-bitten, chain-smoking detective discovers that the victim is connected to some nefarious goings-on three decades previously involving a dead child, a crooked cop, and an imprisoned criminal famous as “the most notorious maniac in Iceland.”
      The Cinematheque |1131 Howe | 9pm | $12 »Details

      Comedians Simon King and Sam Tonning present a night of hilarious stand-up at Wall to Wall Comedy at the Wallflower. Enjoy custom drink specials tailored to each performer.
      The Wallflower | 2420 Main | 9pm | $10 »Details

      Le Festival d’été francophone de Vancouver welcomes violinist Gabriel Dubreuil & Early Spirit and musicians Cassandra Dubuc and Agathe Riopel.
      Studio 16 | 1555 West 7th | 8pm | $10-20 »Details


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