Vancouver tour dates announced this week include Ed Sheeran, Wizkid, Chromeo

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      It's shaping up to be a stacked September with these additional and rescheduled dates on this week's roundup. 

      Ed Sheeran

      Ed Sheeran is set to celebrate the release of his forthcoming album, Subtract, with a run of intimate shows at smaller theatres, in addition to his larger stadium gigs—Sheeran announced his Mathematics tour stop at BC Place last year. The Vancouver dates take place on back-to-back nights. Sheeran is currently embroiled in a copyright trail against Marvin Gaye's estate, which is accusing him of stealing a chord progession for his 2014 hit, "Thinking Out Loud." 

      When: September 1

      Where: Queen Elizabeth Theatre

      Tickets: Available now via Ticketmaster


      The electronic group is getting funky in Vancouver this fall, with their North American Funk Yourself tour that kicks off in Colorado this month with a co-headlining show with Hot Chip before landing at the Vogue in September. The Montreal duo just released a new single featuring La Roux.

      When: September 26

      Where: Vogue Theatre

      Tickets: On sale Friday, May 5 via Ticketmaster.

      King Krule

      Archy Marshall is set to release Space Heavy, his fifth studio album under his King Krule moniker, on June 9. He’s hitting the road in support, with an extensive trek around the world which will stop in cities including Los Angeles, Dublin, Budapest, and Paris. Marshall plays in Vancouver in the fall.

      When: September 19

      Where: Vogue Theatre

      Tickets: On sale Friday, May 5 via AdmitOne


      The Nigerian pop star—who won the Grammy for Best Music Video for his 2019 collaboration with Beyoncé on “Brown Skin Girl”—has mapped out a handful of new shows for his North American tour, which now includes a rescheduled stop in Vancouver. The run supports Wizkid’s fifth studio album, last year’s More Love, Less Ego, which received critical acclaim from Rolling Stone to NME.

      When: November 17

      Where: UBC Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre

      Tickets: On sale Friday, May 5 via Ticketmaster.