18 Vancouver concerts this week, November 13 to 17

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      MONDAY: Chilean reggae band Gondwana plays Red Room Ultrabar, with guest Ganjo Bassman.

      MONDAY: Canadian indie-soul singer-songwriter Daniel Caesar plays the second of two nights at the Vogue, with guest Snoh Aalegra.

      MONDAY: American gore-metal band Gwar plays the Commodore, with guests Ghoul, He Is Legend, and U.S. Bastards.

      TUESDAY: Houston rock band Waterparks plays the Rio Theatre, with guests As It Is, Chapel, and Sleep on It.

      TUESDAY: American indie-rock singer songwriter Hamilton Leithauser plays the Biltmore, with guest Courtney Marie Andrews.

      WEDNESDAY: first day of the NOW Society 40th Anniversary Celebration at the Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre.

      WEDNESDAY: metal bands Origin, Archspire, Defeated Sanity, Dyscarnate, Visceral Disgorge, Zuckuss, and the Kennedy Veil play the Rickshaw on the Bloodletting North America Tour.

      WEDNESDAY: vintage vocal trio the Beauty Shop Dolls perform retro tunes from the 1920s and 1940s at Fort Langley's Chief Sepass Theatre.

      WEDNESDAY: French-Cuban musical duo Ibeyi plays the Commodore, with guest the Mind.

      THURSDAYForeign Beggars, experimental multi-genre trio from the U.K., plays the Cobalt.

      THURSDAY: second day of the NOW Society 40th Anniversary Celebration at the Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre.

      FRIDAY: Canadian pop-rock band the Barenaked Ladies plays the first of two nights at the Commodore, with guest Ron Sexsmith.

      FRIDAY: the Innocence Lost Foundation hosts a benefit concert at St. James Hall to raise funds and awareness for former child soldiers.

      FRIDAY: Canadian punk band Gob plays Venue.

      FRIDAY: Latin-music icon Alex Cuba performs with Ian Olmstead, Jake Jenne, and Jose Sanchez at Kay Meek Centre.

      FRIDAY: heavy-metal band Dead Quiet plays the Rickshaw, with guests Black Thunder, We Hunt Buffalo, and Heron.

      FRIDAY: the Vancouver Folk Festival presents Australian roots-rock singer-songwriter Henry Wagons at the WISE Hall.

      FRIDAY: third day of the NOW Society 40th Anniversary Celebration at the Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre.

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