70 concerts in Vancouver in June

MIDNIGHT OIL Politically charged guitar rockers from Australia, with frontman Peter Garrett. 1 June19:00, Malkin Bowl† $65 (plus service fees and fees).

DEAN LEWIS Pop singer-songwriter from Sydney, Australia. June 2nd7:30 p.m., Malkin Bowl

ELLIOTT BROOD Alt-country band performs on their Out and About Tour. June 36 p.m., Hollywood Theater† $25 (plus service fee).

THE PINEAPPLE THIEF Prog rock band from Great Britain. June 38 p.m., Rickshaw Theater† $35-$43.75.

ROCK AGAINST RACISM Anti-racism fundraiser featuring DOA, Roots Round Up, China Syndrome and Asian Persuasion All Stars. June 419:00, Rickshaw Theater† $20 (plus service fee).

DALLAS SMITH Canadian country artist performs on his Some Things Never Change Tour. June 419:00, Abbotsford Centre† Tix at Ticketmaster.

STARS Indie pop rock band from Montreal. June 419:00, Hollywood Theater† $36.

ELDER ISLAND Indie electronics band from Bristol, England. June 48 p.m., Imperial Vancouver† $25-$31.25.

PURITY RING Synthpop duo from Edmonton, consisting of multi-instrumentalist/producer Corin Roddick and singer Megan James. 5 June19:00, Hollywood Theater† $39.50 (plus service fee).

KID FRANCESCOLI Electropop group from France. June the 6th8 p.m., Biltmore Cabaret† $25-$31.25.

Jack White

JACK WHITE American rocker, former singer-guitarist of the White Stripes, performs during his Supply Chain Issues Tour, with the Backseat Lovers as guests. June 78 p.m., Pacific Coliseum† $115/105/85/65 (plus service charges and fees).

OLAFUR ARNALDS Icelandic multi-instrumentalist and producer. June 819:00, Massey Theater† $36-50.50 (plus service fee).

TORI AMOS American singer-songwriter, pianist and activist performs during her Ocean to Ocean Tour. June 88 p.m., The Center for the Performing Arts in Vancouver† $125/99/75/45 (plus service charges and fees).

SUNFLOWER BEAN Rock trio from Brooklyn and Glen Head, New York. June 8 8 p.m., Rickshaw Theater† $20 (plus service fee).

REX ORANGE COUNTY Hip-hop/bedroom-pop singer-songwriter from England. June 88 p.m., PNE Amphitheater

CHINA CRISIS 40TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR British synth-pop/new-wave band performs on its 40th Anniversary Tour, with guests at the Gathering. June 919:00, WISE Hall† $30 (plus service fee).

THE CRYSTAL METHOD Electronic music act from Las Vegas. June 98 p.m., Rickshaw Theater† $27.50 advance.

ROD STEWART British rock legend, with guests Cheap Trick. June 10thRogers Arena

Haim

HAIM Californian rock trio with the three Haim sisters. June 10th7:30 p.m., Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Center† Tix $35, $49.50 and $69.50 (plus service fees and fees) at Ticketmaster.

RONE French electronic music producer and recording artist, with guest Bottler. June 10th8 p.m., Biltmore Cabaret† $22-$27.50.

MODERN ENGLISH New-wave band from Great Britain plays its 1982 album After the Snow in its entirety. June 10th8 p.m., Rickshaw Theater† $27.50 (plus service fee).

THE SMALL GLORIES The Rogue Folk Club presents roots duo consisting of banjo player Cara Luft and guitarist JD Edwards. June 10th8-10:30 a.m., Mel Lehan Hall in St. James† $25 ($21 members).

BIG BAND FOR UKRANE Fundraiser for Ukraine features performances by the Vancouver Folk Ensemble, Fat Jazz Big Band, Ikuko May Quintet, Mighty Fraser Big Band, Dovbush Dancers, South Vancouver Big Band, Lesley Branton Trio and All Star Swing Dance Band. June 113-10 hours, Polish Community Center† $40.

TRUCK STOP CONCERT SERIES Red Truck Brings Back Summer Concert Series June 114-10 pm, Red Truck Beer Company

5 SECONDS OF SUMMER Pop rock quartet from Australia. June 1119:00, Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Center† Tix from $29.50 to $59.50 (plus service fees and fees) at Ticketmaster.

JUICE Seven piece band from Brooklyn, New York. June 118 p.m., Fox Cabaret† $15 – $18.75.

A WILHELM SCREAM Melodic hardcore band from New Bedford, Massachusetts, featuring guests Brendan Kelly and MakeWar. June 118 p.m., WISE Hall† $20 advance.

YANN TIERSEN French avant-garde musician and composer performs during his Kerber Tour. June 118 p.m., Vogue Theater† $36.50-$69.50.

MAPLE RIDGE AND PITT MEADOWS ARTS COUNCIL: 50TH BIRTHDAY BASH Free event featuring performances by Trent Arterberry and the Paperboys. 12 June1-5:15 a.m., The ACT Arts Center† Free.

Primus

PRIMUS: A TRIBUTE TO KINGS Prog-funk trio plays Rush’s 1977 album A Farewell to Kings in its entirety, as well as the originals, with guests Black Mountain. 12 June8 p.m., Orpheum Theater

JERRY PAPER Synthpop singer-songwriter and producer from LA 14th of June19:00, WISE Hall† $18 (plus service fee).

LUDOVICO EINAUDI Italian pianist and composer plays material from his first new solo piano album in 20 years, Underwater, 14th of June8 p.m., The Center for the Performing Arts in Vancouver

LUNAR VACATION Indie pop quartet from Atlanta, guest star Future Crib. 14th of June8 p.m., Fox Cabaret† $20 – $25.

BOBBY OROZA Singer-songwriter from Helsinki, Finland. June 1519:00, Fox Cabaret† $20 (plus service fee).

NEKO CASE Indie-rock singer-songwriter and member of the New Pornographers, guest star Gaby Moreno. June 158 p.m., Vogue Theater† $44.50-$55.75.

BLUE HAWAII Montreal-based electronic music duo consisting of Braids member Raphaelle “Ra” Standell-Preston and Alex “Agor” Kerby. June 168 p.m., Fox Cabaret† $15 – $18.75.

CHARLOTTE CARDIN Pop, electro and jazz singer and songwriter from Montreal. June 168 p.m., Commodore Ballroom† Note: Moved from original date of January 29. $30 (plus service fee). OUT OF STOCK.

WITCH Psych rock band from Zambia, featuring L’Eclair and Michael Rault as guests. June 178 p.m., Rickshaw Theater† $27.50 (plus service fee).

KLÔ PELGAG & CŒUR DE PIRATE Klô Pelgag and Coeur de Pirate perform as part of the Festival d’été francophone de Vancouver. June 1819:00, Vancouver’s Francophone Cultural Center† $25 to $45.

BORN RUFFIANS Indie rock quartet from Toronto, with Sham Family as guest. June 188 p.m., Rickshaw Theater† $20 – $25.

JEFF BERNAT Filipino-American nu-soul singer, songwriter and producer. June 188 p.m., Biltmore Cabaret† $20 – $65.

SHE & HIM American indie pop duo consisting of Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward. June 188 p.m., Vogue Theater† $49.50-$79.50.

LA FEMME French psych-punk rock band. June 1919:00, Rickshaw Theater† $22.50 (plus service fee).

ADG7 Korean folk meets K-pop with a nine-piece band. June 198 p.m., Rio Theater† $25 deposit, $30 at the door.

DANIEL ROSSEN American indie folk-rock multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter. June 198 p.m., Biltmore Cabaret† $28.50-$35.75.

RAP FERREIRA American rapper and producer. 21st of June19:00, Rickshaw Theater† $20 (plus service fee).

DEL WATER GAP American indie pop act and the solo project of S. Holden Jaffe, starring Raffaella. 21st of June19:00, Fox Cabaret† $22.50 (plus service fee).

MEN I TRUST Canadian indie band playing material from The Untourable Album. June 22Vogue Theater† $28.

Frankie and the Witch Fingers

FRANKIE AND THE WITCH FINGERS Garage-punk/psych-rock band from LA June 2219:00, Fox Cabaret† $20 (plus service fee).

BLEACHERS Indie pop act from New Jersey, with the Lemon Twigs as guests. June 2319:00, Orpheum Theater

ZOSO – THE ULTIMATE LED ZEPPELIN EXPERIENCE Paying tribute to hard rock legends Led Zeppelin. 24th of June 19:00, Rickshaw Theater† $19.99 advance.

TOO MANY ZOOZ Brass house band mixes jazz, Afro-Cuban rhythms, funk, EDM and house music. 24th of June19:00, Fortune Sound Club† $25 (plus service fee).

BUDDY GUY American blues guitar legend performs as part of the TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival. 24th of June8 p.m., Queen Elizabeth Theater

TD VANCOUVER INTERNATIONAL JAZZ FESTIVAL The Coastal Jazz & Blues Society presents performances by top musicians from around the world. June 24 – July 3various locations in Vancouver.

NORTH SHORE JAZZ Performances by Joyce N’Sana, Kobo Town, Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio, Tord Gustavsen Trio, Paul Pigat & Stephen Ulrich, Big Lazy, Jamie Lee Trio and John Boutte, June 24th July 3rdseveral locations in North Vancouver.

BISHOP NEHRU Rapper and producer from Nanuet, New York. 25 JuneBiltmore Cabaret† $20 – $25.

JOYCE N’SANA Montreal singer-songwriter brings a mix of Afro-blues and hip-hop. 25 June1 o’clock in the afternoon, City of North Vancouver Civic Plaza† Free.

TYPHOON Indie rock band from Portland, Oregon, guest star MAITA. 25 June19:00, Rickshaw Theater† $25 (plus service fee).

FOODSTOCK 2022 Greater Vancouver Food Bank benefit with eight bands and eight breweries. June 2612-17 hours, Swangard Stadium† $56.76.

KOBO TOWN The Toronto-based band featuring Trinidadian songwriter Drew Gonsalves is redefining calypso music. June 262 p.m. – 4 p.m., Lynn Valley Village† Free.

PRIMITIVE MAN Doom metal band from Denver, featuring Mortiferum, Jarhead Fertilizer, Body Void and Elizabeth Color Wheel. June 2719:00, Rickshaw Theater† $22 (plus service fee).

CÉCILE MCLORIN SALVANT Grammy-winning singer performs at the 2022 TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival. June 2719:00, Vancouver Playhouse† $52.50.

DELVON LAMARR ORGAN TRIO Seattle trio delivers groove-laden soul music. June 278 p.m., BlueShore Financial Center for the Performing Arts† $30.

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CRAWLERS Alt rock band from Liverpool, England. June 288 p.m., Fox Cabaret† $20 (plus service fee).

GOGO PENGUIN Jazz trio from Manchester, England, perform as part of the 2022 TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival. June 2819:00, Vancouver Playhouse† $36.50.

TORD GUSTAVSEN TRIO The acclaimed pianist band researches Scandinavian folk, choral music and free jazz. June 288 p.m., BlueShore Financial Center for the Performing Arts† $35.

LEBANON HANOVER Swiss/British duo plays the Rickshaw. June 2819:00, Rickshaw Theater† Note: moved to February 8. Tickets purchased before the original date will be honored. $25 (plus service fee).

THE ROCKET MAN & PIANO MAN Moon Coin Productions presents tribute to Elton John and Billy Joel. June 30th7:30 p.m., Bell . Performing Arts Center† $39 to $59.

BRIT FLOYD Pink Floyd tribute band from Great Britain. June 30th8 p.m., Orpheum Theater

PAUL PIGAT AND STEPHEN ULRICH Excellent vintage pop and rootsy jazz noir from Vancouver and New York City guitarists. June 30th8 p.m., BlueShore Financial Center for the Performing Arts† $30.

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