18 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Thursday, July 11

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      From Brooklyn, NY come The Other Favorites, playing folk, bluegrass, and classic rock in a modern framework with tight two-part harmony. With guest Minnesota-based folk rock band Reina del Cid.
      Fox Cabaret | 2321 Main | 8pm | $25 »Details

      American metalcore band August Burns Red from Pennsylvania celebrate the 10 year anniversary of their 2009 album Constellations. With guests Silverstein and Silent Planet.
      Vogue Theatre | 918 Granville | 6pm | From $27.50  »Details

      Tucson, Arizona-based blues-punk primitive and one man band spectacle, Bob Log III, brings his motorcycle helmet, landline telephone, and DIY blues fever to Fortune in support of his latest albums, Guitar Party Power and Bump or Meow Vol 1.
      Fortune Sound Club | 147 E Pender | 8pm | From $20 »Details

      The Mostly Marley Reggae Band entertains at Greek Summerfest. Enjoy Greek culinary delights and live bands playing every night of the 10 day festival and enter to win a trip for two to Greece, and experience Greek culture in real life.
      Greek Orthodox Community | 4541 Boundary Road | July 4-14  | Free »Details

      Juno-nominated hiphop act SonReal, originally from Vernon, B.C. plays a Vancouver gig before leaving for Europe on his Aaron World Tour.
      Commodore Ballroom | 868 Granville | 9:30pm | $25 »Details

      Summer Nights Music at Sea to Sky Gondola welcomes R&B and Pop artist Havyn to the foot of the Stawamus Chief. The first annual Thursday night musical series includes folk, indie, bluesgrass, soul, all musical styles that truly create an intimate setting. 
      Sea to Sky Gondola | Highway 99, Squamish | 6pm »Details

      Local groove-punk band Rare Americans liven up lunch at CBC Vancouver's Musical Nooners, the free summer-long outdoor concert series. 
      CBC Vancouver Outdoor Stage and Plaza | 700 Hamilton | Noon | Free »Details

      Dancing on the Edge Festival presents John, Helen Walkley's memoir of her oldest brother who disappeared from Vancouver in May of 1969, never to be heard from again. A performance comprised of family documents and letters dating from 1959 – 2010.
      SFU Woodward's Goldcorp Centre for the Arts | 149 West Hastings| 7pm | $28 »Details

      Jules and Fiona, best friends and teenage dirtbags, come to their senses after a night for the ages. With little to no memory of how they got there, they discover the antidote to their fireball-induced amnesia: Ritalin. As they piece together the night in order to find out where The After After Party is, they come to terms with the deeds they have done.
      Havana Theatre | 1212 Commercial | 10:30pm | $20 »Details

      The ABBA-inspired musical Mamma Mia! at Theatre Under the Stars features the sing-a-long hits Dancing Queen", "Take a Chance on Me", "Thank You for the Music", and "SOS".
      Malkin Bowl | Stanley Park | 8pm | From $30 »Details

      Bard on the Beach presents a spaghetti western take on Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew. In this production Petruchio, the sharpest-shooting cowboy in the West meets Kate, the prickliest gal in Padua, and the two fierce kindred spirits meet their match in this throw-down contest of wills and wits. On until June 21.
      Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival | 1000 Chestnut | 7:30pm | From $26 »Details

      Captain Marvel screens free for outdoors at Canada Place as part of the Waterfront Cinema movie series. See movies every Thursday night until August 29
      North Point | Canada Place | Sunset | Free »Details


      Have the time of your life when Dirty Dancing screens at the Rio. When spending the summer at a Catskills resort with her family, Frances "Baby" Houseman (Jennifer Grey) falls in love with the camp's dance instructor, Johnny Castle (Patrick Swayze). Baby’s father forbids her from seeing Johnny, but she’s determined to help him perform the last big dance of the summer. 
      Rio Theatre | 1660 East Broadway | 8:45pm | $12.50 »Details

      Stanley Kubrick's venerable science-fiction classic 2001: A Space Odyssey screens with a newly restored print. Part of the Cinematheque's Spaced-Out July film series.
      The Cinematheque | 1131 Howe Street | 7pm | $12 »Details

      Pub trivia at 12 Kings Pub has prizes and drink specials for the cleverest trivia teams. Hosted by DJ Storm.
      12 Kings Pub | 395 Kingsway | 8pm | Free »Details

      The Edmonton Eskimos are in town to take on the BC Lions in CFL football action and catch a live performance by country music artist Tim Hicks at halftime.
      BC Place | 777 Pacific | 7pm | From $25 »Details

      Little Mountain Gallery presents the Spiders, Man edition of Jokes Please! with host Ross Dauk. 
      Little Mountain Gallery | 195 E 26th | 9pm | $10 »Details

      Cafe Deux Soleils hosts Open Mic Thursdays. Performers get 10 minutes to perform live music. No instruments are provided so you need to bring your own tuba.
      Cafe Deux Soleil | 2096 Commercial | 8pm | $5 »Details


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