Buckle up, pop lovers, because next month is bringing a ton of talent to the stage in Vancouver. From John Mayer and Sabrina Carpenter to Vancouver’s own Said The Whale, here are 8 of the most exciting concerts coming to Vancouver this April.

Pretty Women: The Musical 

Based on the 1990 rom-com known for its iconic shopping scene with Julia Roberts, Pretty Women: The Musical is coming to Queen Elizabeth Theatre on Sunday, April 2nd. And not going to see it would certainly be a big mistake. Big. Huge!

Note that ticket prices are in USD.

When: Sunday, April 2nd
Where: 630 Hamilton Street
Cost: $164 USD+

Sabrina Carpenter

23-year-old singer-songwriter and actress Sabrina Carpenter has really take off this past year, emerging with her debut solo album in 2015, titled Eyes Wide Open. Since then, she’s gone on to release several singles, a second album titled “On Purpose,” 2018 hit single “Alien” with Jonas Blue, and most recently, her newest album, Emails I Can’t Send.

When: Saturday, April 8th
Where: 918 Granville Street
Cost: $150 for GA

John Mayer


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An artist who likely needs no introduction, John Mayer is a Connecticut-born singer and songwriter, originating as a two-man band called Lo-Fi Masters alongside Clay Cook. Following their creative split, Mayer went out on his own and carved his own corner of the pop world, and is now pretty much a household name.

When: April 10th
Where: 800 Griffiths Way
Cost: $70.95

The Backseat Lovers

Formed in Povo, Utah in 2018, The Backseat Lovers are known for their hit single “Kilby Girl,” which has over a whopping 300 million streams on Spotify. If you love alternative rock, you’ve likely heard at least a few of their songs while shuffling – so why not give them a proper listen onstage on Tuesday, April 18th??

When: Tuesday, April 18th
Where: 601 Smithe Street
Cost: $44.75

Said The Whale with the VSO


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The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra is hosting (and performing alongside) a special one-night-only concert with Vancouver’s own Juno Award-winning Said The Whale. The Indie-rock band will be trading in their guitars, drums, and bass for the “full symphonic forces of the VSO” on Wednesday, April 19th.

When: Wednesday, April 19th
Where: 601 Smithe Street
Cost: $22.62-$92.86


Tennis is an American indie pop band made up of husband-wide DUI Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley. Their debut album Cape Dory came out in 2011, followed by their second studio album titled Young & Old. Their sound? A modern lo-fi feel with a bit of a throwback vibe.

When: Thursday, April 20th
Where: 918 Granville Street
Cost: $22.50-$30


Celebrate 420 with an exciting lineup of artists at ENSO Event Centre, including headliner DJ Nikky, and artists Hooper Turnt Sanger, Tre Nyce, $avage Bank$, Trixx & TGE Stephy, and Lil Zayzay.

When: Thursday, April 20th
Where: 760 Pacific Boulevard
Cost: $46.63+

Gipsy Kings


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If you haven’t already heard of the international music powerhouse that is Gipsy Kings, you have now! Leader and co-founder of the group Nicholas Reyes followed in his father’s footsteps to create a French-flamenco fusion band that would go on to perform on international stages for 30+ years and counting. And they’re performing at The Orpheum with Tonino Baliardo on Wednesday, April 26th.

When: Wednesday, April 26th
Where: 601 Smithe Street
Cost: $80+

And that’s a wrap on some exciting concerts coming to Vancouver this April. Best of luck in your ticket-purchasing journey!