With the end of the month coming near, you can bet things are starting to get crazy up in here, with an amazing line up of events Starting off with “Meeting” with the incredible display of music and dance coming together in one glorious performance, to the deeply emotional musical masterpieces in “Songs of Insurrection”.
And if that’s not up your alley do not worry ladies and gentlemen, the team here at Do604 got you covered, we have compiled a list of all the hottest shows this week, not to be missed, take our word for it.
Nasty Women Comedy: Freestyle
Mon 22 at Biltmore Cabaret
The week kicks off with a fantastic surprise, back by popular demand, the Nasty Women Comedy group are here to turn your Monday frown into gut clenching laughter, showcasing an improvised comedy showcase, inspired by hilarious personal stories, hectic countdowns and world affairs.
Songs Of Insurrection
Mon 22 at the Fox
A fantastic tribute to the struggle of unity and politics, composer Fredric Rzewski and pianist Daan Vandewalle have come together to bring forth a ballet of protest songs from around the world, transforming them into master pieces without sacrificing the moral or historical significance of these pieces. An incredible and emotional start to the week.
Wafia with Guest Jaira Burns
Mon 22 at the Cobalt
This Monday enjoy a soulful performance by electronica and R&B up and comer Wafia, known for making brooding, deep and emotional Electronic music that captures your heart, with incredible hits like “Let Me Love You” and “83 Days”, you can bet her performance this Monday will be truly spectacular.
Meshuggah, Code Orange, Toothgrinder
Tues 23 at the Commodore Ballroom
This Tuesday heavy metal is in full swing at the Commodore with three fantastic heavy metal bands, starting off with the incredible Meshuggah a Swedish heavy metal band famous for continuously evolving their sound after each release, joining them in the line up will be Code Orange and toothgrinder, two amazing metal-core bands from U.S.A.
John Maus w/ Guests
Wed 24 at Biltmore Cabaret
A fantastic mid-week treat, the incredible experimental and synth pop producer John Maus will be performing at the Biltmore Cabaret. Known for his incredibly intense displays of emotion during his performances, always searching for the “truth” behind the music, you can bet his performance will be full of raw emotion, touching your heart and soul.
Push Festival : Meeting
Wed 24 at Performance Works
Come see true harmony take place this Wednesday, as dancers Antony Hamilton and Alisdair Macindoe take the stage with 64 robotic percussion instruments, in a truly bewitching display of man and machine coming together. Not only do they showcase a beautiful concept of art but a logistical feat of innovation and above all a spectacular display of showmanship.
Lil Xan: Total Xanarchy Tour
Thurs 25 at Venue
the hip hop and Rap world has a new rising star, Lil Xan. After his break out smash hit “Betrayed” he is ready to take the world on with his Total Xanarchy Tour. Lil Xan is known for his hard hitting lyrics, using his past trials and tribulations to help spread the message of the consequences of drug abuse.
Fri 26 at the Commodore Ballroom
The weekend kicks off in style with Passion Pit this Friday, the indie, electro and alternative pop/rock, known for expressing love and joy in a soothing yet spiritually uplifting way, with amazing singles such as “Sleepyhead” and “Take a walk”, do not miss this chance to see the musical legend that is Passion Pit.
Tyler the Creator & Vince Staples
Fri 26 at PNE Forum
This Friday, its time to hit the streets wit Tyler the Creator, a rapper and Hip HOP producer and main member of the rap crew Odd Future. Tyler is surreal, brazen, utterly filthy and incredibly mesmerizing, always ready to do his own thing never caring what people think of him. Joining him in the line up will be Odd Futures old time collaborator Vince Staples, a mad rapper hailing from Long Beach California.
Matt Mays with Special Guests Dustin Benthall
Sat 27 at the Commodore Ballroom
This Saturday enjoy some good rock n roll with singer/songwriter Matt Mays and Americana artist Dustin Benthall, with a laid back yet groovy feel, the two artists will make sure you get the full experience of their amazing artistic creations. Their music gives off this campfire vibe full of the lust and wonders of life.
Club PuSh : Joseph Keckler
Sat 27 at the Fox Cabaret
Described as a Vocal Virtuoso, a charming raconteur, a master prose stylist and much much more, the incredibly multi talented and incredibly humble Joseph Keckler has an amazing range, from performing monologues to singing opera, you would think we were in the presence of an artistic demi-god.
Air Strangers + Guests
Sat 27 at Railway Stage & Beer Cafe
This Saturday come and enjoy a truly unique performance by the alternative – funk band Air Stranger. Often described as a combination of funk and progressive rock, with the groovy back tones, deep vocals that enthrall the audience and amazing rythm, the band will have you constantly tapping your feet as you scream for more, more, more!
Breakthrough Project 2018 round 2
Sun 28 at the Roxy
End the Sunday with an exciting display of some of Vancouvers hottest up and comers, with Roxy’s breakout project hitting its second week, Nikitaa, Small Town Runawayy, Melody Lovejoy among others will take center stage as they show off their talents and projects.