Welcome to the start of a new month, folks! One thing’s for sure- with the recent changes in capacity requirements, the concerts coming to Vancouver this November will be as close to normal since the start of the pandemic. That’s good news! More space equals more tickets sold and a lower chance of cancellations/delays. Let’s see what we can look forward to!

Here are the best concerts coming to Vancouver this November.

Current Swell

Kicking things off is the indie rock band Current Swell! Hailing from Victoria, this band offers a mix of classic sounds with a definite surf rock undercurrent.  As such, they’re a perfect option for those looking to settle into the fall vibes.

When: Friday, November 5th
Where: 868 Granville Street
Cost: $99+


The PNE Forum is hosting a few great concerts this November. First up is the LA-born alt-pop trio LANY, which is the perfect option for those who want a little slice of summer on a fall evening.

When: Saturday, November 6th
Where: 2901 E Hastings Street
Cost: $49.50+

Rival Sons

How about a little hard rock? The Grammy-nominated band Rival Sons is stopping in Vancouver soon. They’ve toured with Black Sabbath and Stone Temple Pilots, so if that’s not enough of a co-sign, we don’t know what is.

When: Sunday, November 7th
Where: 601 Smithe Street
Cost: $29.50+

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Emotional Oranges

Another LA-based group is visiting Vancouver the same weekend as LANY! In fact, we’d recommend these guys over them, since they’re just getting started but have already gotten attention from names like Becky G. and Vince Staples. Plus, their voices are beautiful! Great little pop/R&B group for a nice night out.

When: Sunday, November 7th
Where: 918 Granville Street
Cost: $26.50+

City and Colour

We will never get over the fact that City and Colour was preceded by Alexisonfire, but we still love what Dallas Green is putting out. Go relax at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre with some calm tunes, and enjoy his beautiful voice up close and personal!

When: Friday, November 12th
Where: 630 Hamilton Street
Cost: $100+

Slow Pulp

Here’s another up-and-coming band to get in on the ground floor with. Slow Pulp’s take on shoegaze sounds has turned heads across America, selling out shows in cities like Seattle and Brooklyn, NY. Plus, you’ll get to see them at the Biltmore, a beloved venue (at least we love it).

When: Saturday, November 13th
Where: 2755 Prince Edward Street
Cost: $16


One of the biggest (and best) names in Canada’s electronic scene comes to Vancouver this month! Kaytranada will be playing an all-ages show, and is guaranteed to be a great time for anyone looking to dance it out a little bit.

When: Saturday, November 13th
Where: 2901 E Hastings Street
Cost: $55+

Playboi Carti

For those looking for a more, uh, intense concert experience, you can look forward to Playboi Carti. The King Vamp tour will showcase his 2020 album Whole Lotta Red. We’re more Young Thug fans ourselves, but we won’t deny that this concert is going to be a wild ride.

When: Monday, November 15th
Where: 2901 E Hastings Street
Cost: $69.95+


It’s a huge month for LA musicians to come to Vancouver, for whatever reason. TOKiMONSTA has become a must-know name in the electronic scene, thanks to collaborations with names like ZHU and Anderson .Paak. Surprise, she’s also amazing live!

When: Saturday, November 20th
Where: 868 Granville Street
Cost: $34.50

Madison Beer

From Justin Beiber reposting her cover songs in the early 2010s, to overnight fame worldwide, to going independent, we’re happy that Madison Beer has found her way musically. Her debut LP, Life Support, blends R&B, Americana, and pop in, at the very least, a supremely easy to listen to package.

When: Sunday, November 21st
Where: 868 Granville Street
Cost: $42.50

Milky Chance

German indie rock favourites Milky Chance are headed to the Orpheum, bringing their nostalgia-infused sounds to the city. Honestly, it’ll be worth it to hear ‘Stolen Dance’ live, cuz that was an anthem for like 2 years straight back in the day.

When: Monday, November 22nd
Where: 601 Smithe Street
Cost: $53.75+

San Holo

The final electronic show we’re going to recommend this month is San Holo. The Dutch producer has a long track record of blending classic EDM sounds with a more, uh, eclectic vibe. While it’s not going to be nonstop 120BPM to groove to, you’ll get more than enough chances to dance it out.

When: Thursday, November 25th
Where: 868 Granville Street
Cost: $44.50

Alright, folks, that’s our roundup of the best concerts coming to Vancouver this November! Hopefully, a couple of these options speak to your own tastes.