Looking ahead to April, there are quite a few exciting artists slated to take the stage in Vancouver, from Said The Whale to Justin Timberlake, to Diljit Dosanjh. So if you’re looking at live events to snag tickets to, consider adding one or a few of these concerts to your list. Here are 10 of the biggest concerts coming to Vancouver this April.

Danny Brown

Daniel Dewan Sewell, AKA Danny Brown, is an American rapper and singer who rose to fame after the release of his first studio album, “The Hybrid.” And he’s heading to Vancouver on Monday, April 1st.

When: Monday, April 1st
Where: Commodore Ballroom
Cost: $60.69

Hatsune Miku

Hatsune Miku is a Vocaloid software voice bank developed by Crypton Future Media. The anthropomorphic character is modeled after a teenage girl with long, turquoise hair, and is powered by Crunchyroll.

When: Thursday, April 4th
Where: Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre
Cost: $91.85

Said The Whale


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Vancouver-born indie rock band Said The Whale is bringing its 10th anniversary show to the Hollywood Theatre on Friday, April 5th.

When: Friday, April 5th
Where: Hollywood Theatre
Cost: Check back for GA


Laufey Lín Bing Jónsdóttir, known by her stage name, Laufey, is an Icelandic singer-songwriter and record producer. And she’s bringing “The Goddess Tour” to Vancouver on Monday, April 8th.

When: Monday, April 8th
Where: Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Cost: $237.39

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Coast City Country

Headlined by Luke Bryan, Nickelback, and Dierks Bentley, Coast City Country Music Festival is set to be an exciting celebration of country music, with ticket proceeds benefiting BC wildfire relief. The main event at BC Place between April 19th and 20th will host over 75,000 fans, and over 30 acts will take over the city from April 18th to 20th, including at the historic Commodore Ballroom.

When: April 18th to 20th
Where: BC Place, Commodore Ballroom
Cost: $69+


Known as GZA, Gary Grice is a founding member of the Wu-Tang Clan, and was actually the first member of the iconic group to receive a record deal. The American rapper is known for solo songs like Shadowboxin’, I Told Them, and 4th Chamber.

When: Saturday, April 20th
Where: Enso Event Centre
Cost: $49.51


Now, for some ’90s heavy rock. Alternative metal band Helmet has had numerous lineup changes over the years, but fans can still see OG guitarist and vocalist Page Hamilton onstage, in addition to Kyle Stevenson on drums, guitarist Dan Beeman, and bassist Dave Case.

When: Monday, April 22nd
Where: Commodore Ballroom
Cost: $48

The Black Crowes

Not to be confused with Counting Crows – this Atlanta-born rock band has eight studio albums, four live albums and several top singles under its belt. This includes “She Talks to Angels,” “Hard to Handle” and “Jealous Again.”

When: Tuesday, April 16th
Where: Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Cost: $99.75

Diljit Dosanjh

Renowned Punjabi artist Diljit Dosanjh is returning to Vancouver this upcoming month and his new Di-Luminati World Tour will be at BC Place’s first-ever Punjabi stadium show – making it the largest of its kind outside of India.

When: Saturday, April 27th
Where: Rogers Arena
Cost: $193.05

Justin Timberlake

Known for his ‘Frosted Tips’ days with NSYNC, Justin Timberlake is often considered the “Prince of Pop” for all the hit songs he’s contributed to the genre in the 90s and 00s. His discography includes hit singles like SexyBack, Suit & Tie, Mirrors, Bye Bye Bye, and Cry Me A River.

When: Monday, April 29th
Where: Rogers Arena
Cost: $117.81

And that’s a wrap on some big concerts and shows coming to the city this April.