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Date: July 6Venue: BC PlacePrice: From $51More info: paulmccartney.com/live/tour-archives/freshen-up-tour
The legendary Beatle is back in Vancouver to perform some of his timeless hits and new tunes from his new album, Egypt Station. Catch Paul for what will quite possibly his last tour visit to the Pacific Northwest.
Date: August 7Venue: BC PlacePrice: From $97More info: mumfordandsons.com
Prepare to dance to the catchy banjo-filled tunes of this world famous British band.
Date: July 28Venue: The OrpheumPrice: From $172More info: norahjones.com
Norah Jones is coming off of her sixth solo album and showing no signs of slowing down. The singer-songwriter will stun audiences with her soft and soothing voice.
Date: June 28Venue: Queen Elizabeth TheatrePrice: From $100More info: eventbrite.ca/e/the-roots-tickets-55925848719
The Roots are much more than Jimmy Fallon’s house band. They have been putting out hits since the ’80s and are coming to town as part of the Vancouver International Jazz Festival.
Date: June 8Venue: Commodore BallroomPrice: $58More info: chetfaker.com
Nick Murphy has two songs (“Drop the Game” and “Gold”) with more than 100 million views on YouTube under his ex-stage name “Chet Faker.” He dropped that moniker three years ago, but continues to put out music that makes you want to shimmy. Get your dancing shoes on.
Date: May 27Venue: Queen Elizabeth TheatrePrice: From $60More info: alessiacara.com
At just 22 years old, Canadian superstar Alessia Cara has already won a Grammy and found commercial success in North America. Tickets are still available for Cara and James’s show in May.
Date: June 19Venue: PNE ForumPrice: $77More info: andersonpaak.com
Multitalented Anderson .Paak refuses to be defined by one genre of music. His albums consist of rap, R&B, jazz, funk and soul…something for everyone’s tastes.
Date: June 27Venue: Biltmore CabaretPrice: $20More info: jamila-woods.com
Jamila Woods may not be a household name right now, but the Chicago- born soul singer has gained some buzz through her collaborations with Chance the Rapper. Woods is a poet, teacher and—mark our words—soon-to-be-star in the music industry.