Looking ahead to February, there are quite a few exciting artists slated to take the stage in Vancouver. And luckily, there’s a little bit of every genre to enjoy – so now is the perfect time to see who’s on and snag some tickets while you can. From Tove Lo to Ari Lennox, here are 10 live performances and concerts happening in Vancouver this February.

Larkin Poe

Founded by sisters Rebecca and Megan Lovell, Larkin Pie is an American roots rock band from north Georgia bringing their Blood Harmony Tour to Vancouver on Friday, February 3rd.

When: Friday, February 3rd
Where: Commodore Ballroom
Cost: $47.75+

Ari Lennox

 

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Courtney Shanade Salter (AKA – Ari Lennox) is an R&B and soul singer and the first female artist to be signed to J. Cole’s record label, Dreamville Records. Her rise to recognition came soon after the release of her first EP, “Pho,” and she’s been growing in fame and accolades ever since.

When: Tuesday, February 7th
Where: Commodore Ballroom
Cost: $71.25+

Thomas Rhett

American singer-songwriter (and son to country artist Rhett Akins) is set to bring his “Bring The Bar To You” Tour to Vancouver on Thursday, February 9th. The artist has released six studio albums for Big Machine Records, including It Goes Like This, Tangled Up, Life Changes, and Center Point Road.

When: Thursday, February 9th
Where: Rogers Arena
Cost: $54.35

Timmy Trumpet

As his name suggests, Timothy Jude Smith (AKA – Timmy Trumpet) combines his passion for DJ-ing and talent playing jazz instruments into one fusion genre. The Australian musician, DJ, and record producer is set to take center stage (along with his trumpet) on February 17th.

When: February 17th
Where: 760 Pacific Boulevard
Cost: $84.91

Julian Jordan

 

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For just 3 bucks (we kid you not…), you can RSVP to one of the most exciting nights out this month. Julian Dobbenberg, AKA, Julian Jordan, is a Dutch DJ and music producer from Apeldoorn best known for his songs “Kangaroo” with Sander van Doorn and “BFAM” with Martin Garrix. So get ready to dance!

When: Saturday, February 18th
Where: 760 Pacific Boulevard
Cost: $3.08 to RSVP on Showpass

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Elderbrook

Throw it all the way back to 2015 vibes with this EDM pick. Elderbrook (Alexander Kotz) is an English musician, producer, and songwriter known for his EP single, “How Many Times,” which went on to be remixed by German DUI Andhim. And don’t sleep on the official afterparty on Thursday, February 23rd.

When: Wednesday, February 22nd and Thursday, February 23rd
Where: Commodore Ballroom
Cost: $117.81

Mod Sun

 

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A singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, and rapper, Mod Sun has worn (and continues to wear) many hats in his career. The Minnesota-born artist has released four solo studio albums, three EPs, and six mixtapes, and his latest tour is coming to Vancouver on Thursday, February 23rd. So hold onto your hats!

When: Thursday, February 23rd
Where: Rickshaw Theatre
Cost: $160.76 for VIP

Bassjackers

The dynamic Dutch EDM production and DJ duo (Marlon Flohr & Ralph van Hilst) are taking center stage at the Harbour Convention Centre on Saturday, February 25th – which means you’ll definitely need your dancing shoes.

When: Saturday, February 25th
Where: 760 Pacific Boulevard
Cost: $31.04

Tove Lo

 

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One of the bigger performers slated to take the stage this month, Tove Lo is known for her raw, “grunge take” on pop. And the Swedish singer-songwriter is bringing her Dirt Femme Tour to Vancouver along with special guest Slayyyter on Friday, February 24th.

When: Friday, February 24th
Where: Commodore Ballroom
Cost: $295.12

The Flaming Lips

Last but not least, we have The Flaming Lips. The American psychedelic rock band formed back in 1983 in Oklahoma City, known for their biggest radio hit “She Don’t Use Jelly” and album, At War With The Mystics. Currently making up the band? Artists Wayne Coyne, Steven Drozd, Derek Brown, Matt Duckworth Kirksey and Nicholas Ley.

When: Tuesday, February 28th
Where: Commodore Ballroom
Cost: $155.89

And that’s a wrap on some great live shows and concerts to check out in Vancouver this February. Cheers!