12 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Tuesday, July 23

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      Willie Watson, American bluesgrass-folk singer-songwriter and founding member of Old Crow Medicine Show tours with this album, Folk Singer Vol. 2. With guest local singer/songwriter and guitarist Bob Sumner.
      Biltmore Cabaret | 2755 Prince Edward | 9pm | $20 »Details

      Catch four emerging bands for a buck each at the Fox's monthly music showcase 4x4. Featuring Cassidy Waring, Zara Marie, Birdbath and Eden Music.  Bar's also got $4 drink specials. Vancouver's cheapest night out.
      Fox Cabaret | 2321 Main | 8pm | $4 »Details

      Canadian Folk Music Awards nominee and multi-instrumentalist Andrew Phelan plays the CBC's outdoor plaza in this musical nooners concert series.
      CBC Vancouver Outdoor Stage and Plaza | 700 Hamilton | Noon | Free »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

      Winner of the Best Documentary Oscar 1985, The Times of Harvey Milk, doesn't just cover the brave and influential political career of Harvey Milk but shows the movement in 1970s San Francisco to accept the gay community and other minorities as equals. Spencer Chandra Herbert, MLA for Vancouver-West End, will present the film.
      Vancity Theatre | 1181 Seymour | 7:30pm | $13 »Details

      Push follows Leilani Farha, a Toronto resident and the UN Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing, as she travels the globe, trying to understand who’s being pushed out of cities and why. Read our review.
      Vancity Theatre | 1181 Seymour | 5pm | $13 »Details

      Perhaps the definitive rom-com, Sleepless in Seattle plays the outdoor screen at Second Beach in Stanley Park. Bring your own blanket or lawn chair.
      Second Beach | Stanley Park | Dusk | Free »Details

      Parallel Love: The Story of a Band Called Luxury follows the path of Luxury, a band from small-town Georgia led by three orthodox priests no less, who, on the cusp of success, suffer a tour bus wreck.
      Rio Theatre | 1660 East Broadway | 6:20pm | $12.50 »Details

      The Vancouver Canadians start their four game series against the Everett AquaSox. It'll be a hot so grab a cap and a cold one.
      Nat Bailey Stadium | 4601 Ontario | 7:05 | $16 »Details


      Australia-based Anishinaabe artist Rolande Souliere' exhibition Frequent Stopping IV and V intertwines hard-edged abstraction with traffic signage and roadside barriers to consider how colonial infrastructures mark both spaces and the people inhabiting them.
      Contemporary Art Gallery | 555 Nelson | On until September 22 | Free »Details

      Full Pint Comedy welcomes stand-up comedians both local and touring to the intimate Kitsilano stage. The show is just $5 and tacos, tequila, and beers are all on special.
      Castaway Bar & Kitchen | 3293 West 4th | 9pm | $5 »Details

      Music bingo at The Blarney Stone is like regular bingo but with songs instead of numbers. Fill your card and win prizes. 
      The Blarney Stone | 216 Carrall | 8pm | Free »Details


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