13 Vancouver concerts this weekend, July 26 to 28
FRIDAY: Day One of the Constellation Festival in Squamish features mainstage performances by Serena Ryder, Dear Rouge, Fast Romantics, the Boom Booms, and Sarah MacDougall.
FRIDAY: pop-punk band Ten Foot Pole plays Pat's Pub and Brewhouse, with guests Off By an Inch and Blacked Out.
FRIDAY: Four-Band Blast at Maple Ridge's Wolf Bar features performances by rock bands the Golers, Decadence, Roadrash, and Hexripper.
FRIDAY: jazz guitarist David Sikula performs with bassist Jeff Gammon and drummer Joe Poole at Tyrant Studios.
FRIDAY: alternative rock band Grizfolk plays the Biltmore Cabaret.
SATURDAY: Day 2 of the Constellation Festival in Squamish features mainstage performances by Jessie Reyez, A Tribe Called Red, Peach Pit, Jocelyn Alice, Art D'Ecco, Fred Penner, and the Eagle Song Dancers.
SATURDAY: Vancouver bluesman Brandon Isaac performs with Pat Darcus at Port Moody's Gallery Bistro.
SATURDAY: Park Sound Presents features performances by Georgia Johnson, Johnny Sunshine, and René Aussant at North Van's Park Sound Studios.
SATURDAY: Alabama alt-folk singer-songwriter A.A. Bondy plays the Fox Cabaret.
SATURDAY: American '90s pop-vocal group Backstreet Boys plays Rogers Arena.
SUNDAY: Day 3 of the Constellation Festival in Squamish features mainstage performances by Bahamas, Half Moon Run, Current Swell, Begonia, Luca Fogale, and the Oot n' Oots.
SUNDAY: Ontario indie-rock/pop band Kasador plays the Railway Stage and Beer Café, with guests Strathcona, the Belief Experiment, Sincerely Craig, and Broken Fog Machine.
SUNDAY: the 19-piece Bruce James Orchestra performs music of the big-band era and present-day hits at North Van's St. Andrew's United Church.