19 Vancouver concerts this weekend, November 8 to 10

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      FRIDAY: American soul-pop singer-songwriter Jason Mraz plays the Queen Elizabeth Theatre.

      FRIDAY: local alt-folk band Shred Kelly plays the Fox Cabaret.

      FRIDAY: Ohio singer-songwriter the Building plays the Biltmore Cabaret, with guest Heather Woods Broderick.

      FRIDAY: Newfoundland folk duo Fortunate Ones play St. James Hall, with guest Sherman Downey.

      FRIDAY: Victoria indie-rock band Current Swell plays the Commodore Ballroom.

      FRIDAY: Australian rockers Dune Rats play the Rickshaw Theatre.

      SATURDAY: Canadian blues-rockers Big Sugar, featuring singer-guitarist Gordie Johnston, play the Commodore Ballroom, with local guests Brass Camel.

      SATURDAY: Canadian folk-rock legend Bruce Cockburn plays the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts.

      SATURDAY: Canadian singer-songwriter Dallas Green (City and Colour) plays the Pacific Coliseum, with guests Jacob Banks and Ben Rogers.

      SATURDAY: local progressive indie-rock quartet Colour Tongues plays the Railway Stage and Beer Café, with guests Tokyo Bleu, Stevie's Revenge, and Primp.

      SATURDAY: British postrock band Seefeel plays the Biltmore Cabaret, with guests Sweguno and Kinetoscope.

      SATURDAY: Kent Hillman and Les Finnigan perform a double bill of fingerstyle acoustic-guitar music at West Point Grey United Church.

      SATURDAY: California indie-rock singer-songwriter Mikal Cronin plays the Fox Cabaret.

      SATURDAY: Chicago rock band Twin Peaks plays Venue, with guests Post Animal and Ohmme.

      SATURDAY: Seattle alt-rock singer-songwriter Jaymes Young plays the Imperial Vancouver.

      SUNDAY: alternative R&B trio Moonchild plays the Biltmore Cabaret.

      SUNDAY: Korean-American hip-hop/R&B artist Jay Park plays the Orpheum Theatre.

      SUNDAY: jazz quintet Linda Szentes & Jazzlinks plays a show in honour of Remembrance Day at Surrey's Northwood United Church.

      SUNDAY: the In the Mood Quartet, with vocalist Angela Verbrugge, performs World War II-era songs at St. Andrew's United Church.