Get ready to see some big artists this upcoming month, Vancouver. From Blink-182 to Nickelback, to Steve Aoiki, to a former One Directioner taking the stage, there will be a variety of top-notch live music to go around – including the return of Vancouver’s International Jazz Fest. So with that in mind, here are 10 of the biggest concerts coming to Vancouver this June.

The Cure

Known for their unique soundscapes and introspective lyrics, British icons The Cure are heading to Vancouver in just a few short weeks. Tickets might be currently sold out on Ticketmaster, but you can definitely snag a couple more closer to the concert date, if you’re potentially willing to splurge a bit more.

When: Friday, June 2nd
Where: 800 Griffiths Way
Cost: More tickets to be released soon

San Pacho

A rising EDM producer and DJ hailing from Colombia, San Pacho is making his North American debut in just a few short weeks, bringing his fusion of Latin rhythms and infectious beats with him. Get ready to hit the dancefloor!

When: Saturday, June 3rd
Where: 760 Pacific Boulevard
Cost: $96.20 USD

Vancouver International Jazz Festival 


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It’s hard not to get jazzed up about the return of the Vancouver International Jazz Fest this summer! Especially because it’s coming back in a big way, with a huge lineup spread over an entire week of fun. Now in its 37th year, the Vancouver International Jazz Fest is a great opportunity to enjoy both local and international talent. Venues across the city are joining in, including spots downtown, on Granville Island, and some of the city’s most notable venues.

When: June 23rd to July 2nd
Where: Venues around Vancouver
Cost: Ticket prices vary

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Jinx Monsoon


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Maybe a little theatre and dramatics are what you’re after this month, and you’ll definitely find them at this live music/comedy event. Being crowned the winner of Season 5 of RuPaul’s Drag Race is the least of Jinx Monsoon’s accomplishments, as the drag icon continuously has sold-out shows, memorable TV appearances, and more. If you’re looking for a seamless blend of musical talent and comedy, look no further.

When: Wednesday, June 14th
Where: 884 Granville Street
Cost: $93.25

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

Ready for an afternoon of Carole King?? This musical at the Stanley Industrial Stage is bringing the true story of King’s rise to stardom to the stage, from her teens in a songwriting duo to her triumph as a solo artist with her chart-crushing album, Tapestry.

When: Wednesday, June 14th
Where: 2750 Granville Street
Cost: $185

Death Cab for a Cutie 

American indie rock band Death Cab for a Cutie is known for their hits like “I Will Follow You Into the Dark” and “Soul Meets Body,” becoming a staple in the early 2000s alt scene.

When: Thursday, June 15th
Where: 868 Granville Street
Cost: $208.25

Louis Tomlinson

The former One Directioner is bringing his Faith In The Future World Tour to Doug Mitchell Stadium at UBC, so if you’re looking to slow things down with some heartfelt lyrics and sounds, here’s your pick.

When: Monday, June 26th
Where: 6066 Thunderbird Boulevard
Cost: $40.94


Get ready for some more alt rock icons to take the stage this month. With a career spanning more than three decades, Blink-182 is a powerhouse when it comes to producing hard-hitting pop punk sounds and infectious hooks – many of which defined the childhoods of a whole generation.

When: Tuesday, June 27th
Where: 800 Griffiths Way
Cost: $134.07


Love ’em or hate ’em, Nickelback is a staple listen for rock lovers across Canada and beyond. And the band is coming to more than a handful of Canadian cities during their Get Rollin’ Tour, so get ready to listen to some serious post-grunge.

When: Wednesday, June 28th
Where: 800 Griffiths Way
Cost: $148.75

Steve Aoiki


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Acclaimed American DJ, record producer, and music exec Steve Aoiki is no stranger to blending genres. His staple blend of EDM, electro-house, and pop skyrocketed him to international fame, leading to electrifying solo performances and iconic collabs with A-list artists.

When: Friday, June 30th
Where: 760 Pacific Boulevard
Cost: $154.70 USD

And there you have it, Vancouver. These are some of the biggest concerts coming to the city this month – so grab your tickets while you can!