Vancouver tour dates announced this week include Tegan and Sara, Portugal. The Man, the Zombies

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      It's the time of the season... for more concerts.

      Finger Eleven

      The “Paralyzer” and “One Thing” hitmakers are heading out on a North American tour to celebrate their recently released Greatest Hits retrospective, and have just been added to the lineup for this summer's Ambleside Music Festival. “I’m excited to share that F11 is finally getting back on the road,” frontman Scott Anderson said in a release. “This time we’re hitting both Canada and the US, including places we haven’t been in years. We can’t wait to start making noise again. See you out there!”

      When: August 20

      Where: Ambleside Park

      Tickets: Passes available now via

      Portugal. The Man

      The Alaska-born, Portland-based rock group won a Grammy Award for their 2017 hit, “Feel it Still.” Now,  Portugal. The Man is releasing its ninth studio effort, Chris Black Changed My Life, on June 23, which is dedicated to a late friend of the band. “His passing really messed with us,” they said in a statement. “The band was in shambles and this record is the first time I feel I made a complete record; a complete thought about our world crumbling around us and the journey back.”

      When: November 6

      Where: Orpheum Theatre

      Tickets: On sale Friday, June 23 via Ticketmaster 

      Tegan and Sara

      The pop duo are on the road in support of the many projects they’ve got on the go—including last year’s album, Crybaby; a graphic novel, Junior High; and High School, the television adaptation of their critically-acclaimed memoir—and now the talented twins are stopping in at their homebase for a free show. The headlining performance is part of Vancouver’s Canada Day celebrations.

      When: July 1

      Where: Canada Place

      Tickets: Free

      The Zombies

      The iconic British rockers behind ’60s psych-pop hits like “Time of the Season” and “She’s Not There” have shown no signs of slowing down since reuniting in 2004—releasing another new album, Different Game, and now plotting a supporting North American tour. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers are set to visit New West in the fall... just ahead of Halloween!

      When: October 1

      Where: Massey Theatre

      Tickets: Available via