14 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Wednesday, June 26

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      Bard on the Beach's All’s Well That Ends Well is set in India during the waning days of British occupation and the cusp of Indian independence. Helena, a privileged young Indian woman, secretly loves Bertram, an officer in the British Army. Cultural, social, and political barriers stand between them, but Helena doesn’t give up.
      Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival | 1000 Chestnut | 7:30pm | From $26 »Details

      Makaya McCraven blurs the lines of jazz and electronic music with his hypnotic sounds and appearing on many top albums of the year lists from the likes of Pitchfork, NPR, and The New York Times. With Eli Davidovici's Shapes. 
      Imperial Vancouver | 319 Main | 9pm | $28 »Details

      Jeff Lynne, frontman of  ‘70s Electric Light Orchestra performs the band's hits like "Turn to Stone" and "Livin' Thing". With guest Dhani Harrison.
      Rogers Arena | 800 Griffiths Way | 8pm | From $79.50 »Details

      Former member of Fugazi Brendan Canty and Joe Lally make up jazz punk band The Messthetics. Catch them as they play songs from their latest self-titled release with guests the Orange Kite
      Fortune Sound Club | 147 East Pender | 8pm | $20 »Details

      Antonio Sanchez, five-time Grammy Award-winning drummer and composer of the score of 2014’s Oscar-winning film, Birdman, takes listeners on a dynamic electro-acoustic journey with the quintet Migration.
      BlueShore Financial Centre for the Performing Arts | 2055 Purcell Way | 8pm | $42/$40 »Details

      Psych-pop band Hi-Ranger of the Straight's Album of the Week fame play the Railway. With guests Fresh Goat, Mud Bay, and Ty Koch.
      Railway Stage and Beer Café | 579 Dunsmuir | 7:30pm | $10 »Details

      Greg Ward's Rogue Parade plays a free show on Granville Island where the versatile saxophonist will be accompanied by Dave Miller on guitar/effects, Matt Gold on guitar, Matt Ulery on bass, and Quin Kirchner on the drums.
      Performance Works | 1218 Cartwright | 1:30pm | Free »Details

      Brooklyn-based experimental guitarist Ava Mendoza gives a one hour free workshop which shows her technique with effects pedals.
      Tom Lee Music Hall | 929 Granville | 1pm | Free »Details

      Led by Jason de Couto on Hammond B3 organ, and featuring guitarist Kelly Brown and drummer Justin James, the J.J.B. Organ Trio plays a mix of jazz, funk, pop, Latin, and blues.
      Granville Island Public Market | Noon | Free »Details

      The Wide Open puts LGBTQ2S+ narratives out in the open with a focus on intersectionality. 
      Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre | 181 Roundhouse Mews | 7pm | $10/20 »Details

      Watch the U.S. Democratic party presidential candidate debates between Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker, Beto O’Rourke, and others in the running for the 2020 nomination.
      Steamworks | 375 Water Street, 
      Cedar Cottage Pub | 3728 Clark Drive,
      Wolf & Hound | 3617 W. Broadway  
      5:30pm | Free »Details

      Prove if your team is sponge-worthy at Seinfeld Trivia 2.0 Compete in five rounds of feats of intelligence for prizes and serenity now!
      The Regal Beagle Vancouver | 2283 West Broadway | 8pm | $5/8 »Details

      The Critical Hit Show combines the geekiness of improv comedy with the geekiness of Dungeons & Dragons for a night of epic improvised fantasy.
      Rio Theatre | 1660 East Broadway | 8pm | $12/15 »Details

      The Roast Battle Vancouver: No Street Jokes pits comedians against each other to see who can deliver the most stinging lines to hurt the other's feeling the most. Featuring barbed lines, revenge, and drink specials. Come down for the final show of the summer.
      Little Mountain Gallery | 195 East 26 Ave | 8pm | $8 »Details



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