Can’t-miss Vancouver concerts in February 2024

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      Valentine’s Day. Black History Month. Lunar New Year. There’s already a wealth of things to celebrate in February, without even touching on all the amazing concerts that are blanketing Lotusland in sweet music this month.

      Here are concerts in Vancouver you can’t miss this month.

      Babe Corner: Feb. 1 @ The Pearl 

      Bringing babecore to the masses.

      Cold War Kids: Feb. 2 @ Vogue Theatre 

      Celebrating 20 years of blues-infused indie.

      Slick Rick: Feb. 2 and 3 @ Hollywood Theatre

      The ’80s hip-hop heavyweight is still spitting story-driven rhymes. 

      Colin James: Feb. 2 and 3 @ Commodore Ballroom 

      The seven-time Juno winner comes to sing the blues.

      Sina Bathaie: Feb. 2 @ Rickshaw Theatre 

      The Toronto-based multi-instrumentalist mixes santur and electro.

      Vox Rea and The Bankes Brothers: Feb. 3 @ Fortune Sound Club 

      Formerly known as The Katherines, the sister act plays noir pop gems.

      Juice: Feb. 3 @ Biltmore Cabaret 

      Putting rock, pop, R&B, and hip-hop in a blender.

      Josh Ross: Feb. 4 @ Commodore Ballroom 

      A Canadian Country Music breakthrough artist causing “Trouble”. 

      The Kills and The Paranoyds: Feb. 6 @ Commodore Ballroom 

      VV and Hotel tour their sixth album, God Games.

      Tourist: Feb. 6 @ Hollywood Theatre

      The Grammy-winning songwriter shows off his electronic chops.

      Eric Bellinger: Feb. 7 @ Rickshaw Theatre 

      This R&B singer and songwriter shines a New Light.

      City and Colour: Feb. 8 @ Rogers Arena 

      Dallas Green was sad with a guitar before it was cool. 

      Fucked Up and Superchunk: Feb. 8 @ Rickshaw Theatre

      Toronto’s Fucked Up and North Carolina’s Superchunk co-headline.

      Tkay Maidza: Feb. 9 @ Biltmore Cabaret 

      The Zimbabwean-Australian singer tours her sophomore record, Sweet Justice.

      The Strumbellas: Feb. 9 @ Commodore Ballroom 

      The farm emo septet celebrates album release day.

      Taylor Ashton: Feb. 9 @ Fox Cabaret 

      The former Fish & Bird member returns home with a road trip record. 

      Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox: Feb. 10 @ The Centre For Performing Arts

      Making today’s songs sound acceptable to your grandma.

      Gareth Emery: Feb. 10 @ Pacific Coliseum 

      This trance trailblazer promises progressive house hits.

      Said The Whale: Feb. 10 @ ACT Arts Centre 

      What did the whale say? It’s been years. Please… the people must know.

      Meet Me @ The Altar: Feb. 10 @ Rio Theatre 

      Fuelled By Ramen’s pop-punk three-piece makes waves. 

      Feist: Feb. 12 to 14 @ Commodore Ballroom 

      Calgary’s favourite indie darling contains Multitudes

      Magic City Hippies: Feb. 15 @ Hollywood Theatre

      Indie hip-hop soul funk fusion won’t stop at just four genres. 

      The Moss: Feb. 15 @ Rickshaw Theatre 

      The Utah four-piece surf rockers, not to be confused with the English doom metal outfit.

      Silversun Pickups: Feb. 16 @ Commodore Ballroom 

      Post-punks bring Physical Thrills to the stage. 

      Eric Prydz: Feb. 17 @ Pacific Coliseum 

      The “Call On Me” producer remains one of Sweden’s biggest DJ exports.

      The Rural Alberta Advantage: Feb. 17 @ Commodore Ballroom 

      The Polaris-nominated trio, notably, aren’t from Alberta.

      Provoker: Feb. 17 @ Fox Cabaret 

      The “Demon Compass” tour brings post-punk fictional horror scores to town.

      The Vidos and Chase the Bear: Feb. 17 @ WISE Hall Upstairs 

      Two local indie rock outfits face off.

      Madonna: Feb. 21 @ Rogers Arena 

      The Queen of Pop brings her big-budget blockbuster to town.

      Kamaal Williams: Feb. 21 @ The Pearl 

      This wu funk musician makes jazzy improvised EDM.

      Mad Caddies : Fev. 21 @ Rickshaw Theatre

      Ska punk trailblazers skank into town, with support from Alberta's Belvedere and local punks The Corps.

      Dorian Electra: Feb. 22 @ Hollywood Theatre

      The flamboyant hyperpop provocateur won’t conform to anything.

      Allison Russell: Feb. 23 @ Commodore Ballroom 

      This Canadian Americana star scooped four Grammy noms for her latest album.

      Alan Doyle: Feb. 23 @ Orpheum Theatre 

      The Great Big Sea frontman strums folk rock for the ocean.

      Art d’Ecco: Feb. 23 @ The Cobalt 

      Experimental glam rock is his work of art.

      Squid: Feb. 24 @ Rickshaw Theatre

      The art punks seek spiritualism in cynicism. 

      Quiet Riot: Feb. 24 @ Great Canadian Casino 

      The on-again off-again on-again hard rockers come to the slots.

      Anomalie: Feb. 24 @ WISE Hall

      The Montreal-based keyboardist and producer boasts huge digital success.

      William Prince: Feb. 24 @ Orpheum Theatre 

      Juno-winning musician brings his Stand in the Joy tour out west.

      Sam Roberts Band: Feb. 24 and 25 @ Commodore Ballroom 

      No matter how awesome you are, it’s kinda weird to call your band “My Name Band”.

      Damian Marley and Stephen Marley: Feb. 27 @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre

      Jr. Gong and Ragga bring the Traffic Jam tour to the land of bad drivers. 

      Powfu: Feb. 29 @ Fortune Sound Club 

      Lo-fi hip-hop from, fun fact, the Mission-based son of Faber Drive’s lead singer.

      Boogarins: Feb. 29 @ The Pearl

      Brazilian neo-psych that rattles around your brain.

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