Just because summer is coming to a close doesn’t mean that Vancouver is without some exciting music performances. And as far as concert lineups go, this list has a pretty great mix of genres! Let’s get into it. From Kehlani to Jack Harlow, here are 11 exciting concerts to check out in Vancouver this September.

Peach Pit 


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Did you know that Peach Pit is homegrown right here in Vancouver? And what’s more, the indie pop sensation is taking their Right Down the Street Tour to the Malkin Bowl at Stanley Park this month. Mark your calendars for Saturday, September 10th!

When: Saturday, September 10th
Where: 610 Pipeline Road
Cost: $77.35+ GA



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Flume is one of those artists that has made it big but whose concerts still somehow feel more intimate than other musicians and DJs to make it into mainstream culture. And if his top-charting songs and performance charisma are any indications, we’re sure this concert will be no exception.

When: Monday, September 12th
Where: 2901 East Hastings
Cost: $48.50 – $88.50+ fees

The Shins

The Albuquerque-born indie rock band known for “New Slang” and their musical debut in feature films like Garden State and Wish I Was Here is coming to the Queen Elizabeth Theatre on Wednesday, September 14th. Their bandmates may have fluctuated through the years, but their sound is ever-strong.

When: Wednesday, September 14th
Where: 630 Hamilton Street
Cost: $47.40

The Avalanches 

The Avalanches are an Australian electronic music group known for their studio albums “Since I Left You,” “Wildflower,” and “We Will Always Love You.” And as for their live DJ sets – Vancouverites are in for a real treat.

When: Friday, September 16th
Where: 610 Pipeline Road
Cost: $57.48

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Kehlani is a Bay Area treasure, that’s for sure. And what you might not know about the R&B singer/dancer is that she initially got her start as a member of the teen group Poplyfe back in 2011. Since then, she’s put out hits like Can I, Nights Like This, and collaborated with everyone from Charlie Puth to Justin Bieber & Cardi B.

When: Wednesday, September 21st
Where: 2901 East Hastings
Cost: $46.50

The Eagles

Yup, the Hotel California Tour is coming to Vancouver this month, and the country rock legends are sure to put on a show-stopping performance. Though we hope not literally…

When: Thursday, September 22nd
Where: 800 Griffiths Way
Cost: $187.50


Also performing at the PNE this month is the electronic music duo Odesza, hailing just a stone’s throw away in Bellingham. After a four-year hiatus, Clayton Knight and Harrison Mills are finally back with “The Last Goodbye” — a dance-friendly album and nod to the friends & family who supported them over the years. Let’s hope the “last goodbye” is figurative!

When: Friday, September 23rd and Saturday, September 24th
Where: 2901 East Hastings
Cost: $55+

Jack Harlow 


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A true Gen Z breakout star with ‘humble Tik Tok beginnings,’ if you will, Jack Harlow has amassed a level of fame that few viral stars have been able to replicate. And the Kentucky-born rapper now has a ton of hit singles (and die-hard fans) to prove it.

When: Saturday, September 24th
Where: 800 Griffiths Way
Cost: $202+

Sam Fender

The English singer-songwriter known for his high tenor voice and Geordie accent is slated to perform at The Commodore on Sunday, September 25th, so buckle in for some serious fan girl vibes.

When: Sunday, September 25th
Where: 868 Granville Street
Cost: $157.08 GA

CHVRCHES with Cafuné 

Chvrches (pronounced ‘churches’) are a Scottish pop band from Glasgow, formed back in 2011. The band takes its inspo from synth-pop, incorporating indietronica and electronic dance into their sound as well.

When: Wednesday, September 28th
Where: 630 Hamilton Street
Cost: $46.50

Chet Faker


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Nicholas James Murphy, known professionally as Chet Faker, is an Australian singer-songwriter with a cult following around the globe. Definitely one of those artists you hear a couple of times and are already dying to see perform in person.

When: Friday, September 30th
Where: 918 Granville Street
Cost: $92+

And that’s a wrap on September concerts, folks. Enjoy some live music and let us know if your fave performing artist is coming to town soon!