FRIDAY: Edmonton indie electronic/alt-pop band the Royal Foundry plays LanaLou's Restaurant.
FRIDAY: singer-songwriter Tom Russell incorporates elements of folk, traditional country & western, and cowboy music at St. James Hall.
FRIDAY: Tim Sars and Nathan Barrett play originals and NOLA-style jazz classics with their quintet Tiny Islands at Tyrant Studios.
FRIDAY: Bug Rock Invasion features performances by the Mants, Steady Teddy and the K-Train Babies, and the Fake at Pat's Pub and Brewhouse.
FRIDAY: Argentine singer and composer Leo Dan plays the Vogue Theatre.
FRIDAY: Ultimate Elvis at Surrey's Jolly Mac's Pub features performances by Brian Elvis Simpson, D.W. Elvis, and Johnny Elvis.
SATURDAY: English electropop singer-songwriter Charli XCX plays the Commodore Ballroom, with guest Brooke Candy.
SATURDAY: American indie-pop singer-songwriter Kishi Bashi plays the Imperial Vancouver.
SATURDAY: Canadian indie-pop band Tegan and Sara, composed of identical twin sisters Tegan Rain Quin and Sara Keirsten Quin, plays the Vogue Theatre.
SATURDAY: American rapper Logic performs at Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre, with guest J.I.D.
SATURDAY: Celtic-rock band from Scotland, Skerryvore, plays North Van's Centennial Theatre.
SATURDAY: Juno-winning Vancouver blues band Powder Blues plays Ladner's Genesis Theatre.
SATURDAY: American pop singer-songwriter Ashe plays the fortune Sound Club, with guest Charlie Burg.
SATURDAY: Sami vocalist Mari Boine performs traditional yoik chants of her Indigenous ancestry and Norwegian folksong at the Chan Centre.
SUNDAY: blues artist Jontavious Willis, a protégé of Taj Mahal, plays St. James Hall.
SUNDAY: Canadian rock legend Burton Cummings plays New Westminster's Massey Theatre.
SUNDAY: southern blues-rockers the North Mississippi Allstars play the Imperial Vancouver.
SUNDAY: British northern-soul group the Waterboys plays the Commodore Ballroom.