Another month, another slew of amazing artists coming to Vancouver to perform live. From Dominic Fike and Lizzo to Canadian legend Bryan Adams – here are 12 must-see concerts happening in Vancouver this November.

Dave Matthews Band

Occasionally known by their initials “DMB,” Dave Matthews Band is renowned for their live shows, where they typically play each song a little differently each time. The practice was all the rage in the ’90s and has really paved the way for the soft rock/folk rock genres.

When: Wednesday, November 2nd
Where: 800 Griffiths Way
Cost: $51.17

Post Malone


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Yup, the 27-year-old American rapper, songwriter, and record producer notorious for blending genres is coming to Vancouver on Sunday, November 6th. From hits like White Iverson, Psycho (Ft. Ty Dolla $ign), and Rockstar (ft. 21 Savage), we’re sure there are plenty more in the making.

When: Sunday, November 6th
Where: 800 Griffiths Way
Cost: $174.93



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Get ready to party hard on a Monday, because when Lizzo’s in town – that absolutely calls for celebration. The crystal flute-playing Vanity Fair singer & rapper, fashionista, and cultural icon is a woman of so many talents, it’s near impossible to list them all out.

When: Monday, November 7th
Where: 800 Griffiths Way
Cost: $108.30+

Dominic Fike


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Everyone’s favourite Euphoria anti-hero and singer-songwriter is coming to the Commodore on Tuesday, November 8th as part of his “Out of Order” tour. With the mass success of his Don’t Forget About Me, Demos and cover of Paul McCartney’s “The Kiss of Venus,” it’s hard to believe he got his start on Soundcloud, like so many other prominent talents of today.

When: Tuesday, November 8th
Where: 868 Granville Street
Cost: $112.32

The Smashing Pumpkins & Jane’s Addiction

The Smashing Pumpkins are as alt-rock as they come, formed in 1988 by frontman and guitarist Billy Corgan, bassist D’arcy Wretzky, guitarist James Iha and drummer Jimmy Chamberlin. If you’re a fan of gothic rock or heavy metal (or looking to branch out), you’ll definitely want to check them out.

When: Friday, November 11th
Where: 800 Griffiths Way
Cost: $68.30+

Bryan Adams 


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Bryan Guy Adams (yes, his middle name is Guy) is one of the best-selling artists of all time. The Canadian singer, composer, and guitarist has been in the biz since the age of 15, when he joined his first band. Flash forward to 2022, and the artist has had 25 singles reach the top 15 in Canada, and a dozen or more in the U.S., U.K., and Australia.

When: Saturday, November 12th
Where: 800 Griffiths Way
Cost: $97.40

Cannibal Corpse

Let’s just say that Cannibal Corpse is not rated PG. The Buffalo-formed death metal band with over 15 albums has had several lineup changes over the years, but that hasn’t made their live performances any less interesting or jaw-dropping. Definitely a top pick for fans of horror-inspired music.

When: Thursday, November 17th and Friday, November 18th
Where: 254 East Hastings
Cost: $57.25+

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Gareth Emery


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As seen from his colourful Insta feed, Gareth Emery is a British trance DJ and producer known for his three studio albums. Oh, and for winning A State of Trance Tune of the Year award three times. Best buckle-in for a wild time.

When: Friday, November 18th and Saturday, November 19th
Where: PNE Forum
Cost: $55+

Beabadoobee & Lowertown

Known professionally as Beabadoobee, Beatrice Kristi Laus is a Filipino-British artist, whose debut album Fake It Flowers received critical acclaim. The young star just released her second album, and she’s coming to the Commodore on Tuesday, November 22nd.

When: Tuesday, November 22nd
Where: 868 Granville St
Cost: $42

Blue Rodeo 


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The Toronto-born country rock band has truly had one of the most successful careers as a contemporary Canadian band, having released 16 full-length studio albums, four live recordings, and one ‘greatest hits’ album. Members of Blue Rodeo have a long history of collaborating with other Canadian greats, including Cowboy Junkies, Sarah McLachlan, Burton Cummings, and much more.

When: Tuesday, November 22nd
Where: 630 Hamilton Street
Cost: $42

Alan Walker

There are limited tickets left to one of the hottest tickets in town: Alan Walker’s WalkerVerse Tour at the Harbour Event & Convention Centre. The British-Norwegian record producer is known for his EDM single “Faded,” among many other hits. Check back in for the release of the next tier of tickets!

When: Friday, November 25th
Where: 760 Pacific Boulevard
Cost: $$36.39 to $57.98

The Offspring


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This one we’ve included even if it’s not technically in Vancouver. But for any hardcore alt-rock or punk-rock fan out there, a day trip to Abbotsford to see The Offspring is well worth every penny.

When: Saturday, November 26th
Where: 33800 King Road, Abbotsford
Cost: $66.25

And that’s a wrap on November concerts in Vancouver, folks. We hope you’re able to see some of your fave artists this month!