Biltmore Cabaret, 2755 Prince Edward, 8pm, $16
American hardcore punk band Knocked Loose makes it loud with track for their album, A Different Shade of Blue. With Candy and SeeYouSpaceCowboy, and Stick To Your Guns.
Rickshaw Theatre, 254 East Hastings, 7pm, $27.50
Toronto punk rock band PUP tour with songs from the new album, Morbid Stuff. With guest Charly Bliss.
Vogue Theatre, 918 Granville, 8pm, $25
L.A. rock band Starcrawler plays songs off their upcoming new album, Devour You. With guest Kill Birds.
Fortune Sound Club, 147 East Pender, 8pm, $15
Singer, songwriter, composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist from London Cosmo Sheldrake plays tunes from his debut album, The Much Much How How and I. With guest Altopalo.
Fox Cabaret, 2321 Main, 9pm, $15
The Vancouver International Film Festival continues with the films The Cave (Thailand), Years of Construction (Germany), Red Snow (Canada), and more.
The Richmond Country Farms Pumpkin Patch has more than just pumpkins, including pumpkin picking music, a wagon ride, and an animal farm.
Richmond Country Farms, 12900 Steveston Highway, 10 am–4:30 pm, $11/14
Potter’s House of Horrors has two haunted houses for the brave and a Li’l Haunters attraction geared for kids 12 and under.
Potter's Farm and Nursery, 12530 – 72nd Avenue, Surrey, From $15.99
The 34th season of Vancouver Fashion Week has seven days of runway shows featuring collections from local Vancouver designers and fashion houses from across the globe.
David Lam Hall, 50 East Pender
Cirque du Soleil's Luzia is a show inspired by the richness of the Mexican culture. An acrobatic and poetic ode to its rich, and vibrant culture.
88 Pacific Blvd, Under the Grand Chapiteau (Big Top), From $39
Vancouver's third annual North Shore Craft Beer Week celebrates local breweries with seven days of special casks and fun beercentric events.
The Pipe Shop, 115 Victory Ship Way, North Vancouver, To October 11
Bill Reid Gallery presents Royal Portrait, an exhibition of carvings, jewellery, and portraits by Morgan Asoyuf (Tsm’syen). Honouring the Indigenous matriarchs in her life, Asoyuf questions colonial understandings of power, highlighting the Indigenous meaning of “royalty” as one closely tied to stewardship of the environment.
Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art, 639 Hornby, To Jan 19, 2020
Full Pint Comedy has local and top touring comedians seen on Just For Laughs, Netflix, CBC, and The Comedy Network.
Castaway Bar & Kitchen, 3293 West 4th Ave, 9pm, $5
Comedians throw down at Vancouver Improv Fight Club in short form bits. Plus stand-up with Lydia Rickards.
Café Deux Soleils, 2096 Commercial, 8pm, $7
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