Vancouver Clubs & Concerts for Fall 2022

Next picks the 10 essential Vancouver shows this Fall.

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Sudan Archives. Photo by Ally Green

Sudan Archives

Hollywood Theatre
Fri., Sept. 30, 7 pm / $24.50

Live strings, hypnotizing electronic music and smooth vocals are all Sudan Archives trademarks.

Ibibio Sound Machine

Fortune Sound Club
Fri., Sept. 16, 7 pm / $31.50

There’s nothing else quite like Ibibio Sound Machine, a West African funk- and disco-inspired electronic act fronted by Nigerian singer Eno Williams.

Zoon, Apollo Ghosts

Fox Cabaret
Fri., Sept. 16, 8 pm / $23

These two acts are acclaimed in the Canadian arts scene, especially the underground niche.

22 & Good 4 U! – A Taylor Swift Vs. Olivia Rodrigo Dance Party

Roxy Cabaret
Sat., Sept. 17, 7 pm – 9:45 pm
$15 – $20

Taylor Swift versus Olivia Rodrigo — who will win? There’s only one way to find out, and it’s by going to this travelling dance party.

Kid Cudi Featuring Denzel Curry

Rogers Arena
Fri., Sept. 23, 7 pm / $43 – $173

The only thing that could make Kid Cudi’s return to town more hype is Denzel Curry opening, and that’s what he’s doing.

Kehlani Featuring Rico Nasty

PNE Amphitheatre
Wed., Sept. 31, 7 pm
$49.50 – $99.50

This pop diva brings their sensual tunes to the PNE, alongside Rico Nasty and Dustin Conrad, for a mind-blowing lineup.

Florence & The Machine

Rogers Arena
Tue., Oct. 4, 8 pm/$60 – $284

If her voice is ridiculously powerful over a speaker, can you imagine how powerful it will be from the front rows?

King Princess

Commodore Ballroom
Fri., Oct. 21, 7 pm/$58 – $252

Pop Prodigy King Princess (Who Works Closely With Mark Ronson) Has A Set That’s Likely To Be Legendary.

Frazey Ford With Guests

Commodore Ballroom
Fri., Nov. 3, 8 pm / $45.25 and up

This Vancouver dweller has been playing heartfelt folk music to the masses for years, and she’s sure to put on a good show.

Superorganism, Blood Cultures, Tommy Tone

Rickshaw Theatre
Sun., Oct. 16, 8 pm / $33

Indie pop group Superorganism plays with ASMR-like audio of blowing bubbles, opening and closing bottles, and more!

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