Who’s ready for some of the most highly-anticipated concerts of the year? From Queen Bey to Lionel Richie, to Coldplay, there are tons of big names slated to take the stage this month. So without further ado, here are 12 of the biggest concerts coming to Vancouver this September.

Ed Sheeran 

The famed English singer-songwriter known for hits like “A-List” and “Shape of You” is coming to Vancouver on Saturday, September 2nd, so grab your posters (and your tissues) and get ready to see the artist steal everyone’s hearts onstage.

When: Saturday, September 2nd
Where: BC Place
Cost: $206.50

The Chicks World Tour

The Chicks and Maren Morris are heading to Vancouver on Tuesday, September 25th, and if you love country, you likely need no introduction to the powerhouse that is the band. The country-pop crossover group has decades of music and Grammy wins under its belt, despite several core members coming and going.

When: Tuesday, September 5th
Where: Rogers Arena
Cost: $226.95

Kansas 50th Anniversary Tour 

Legendary American rock band Kansas is celebrating its 50th anniversary by going on a special tour, performing AOR radio staples like “Carry on Wayward Son” and “Fight Fire with Fire.” So don’t miss out on the chance to hear five decades’ worth of music!

When: Wednesday, September 6th
Where: Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Cost: $54

50 Cent: The Final Lap Tour

The ‘Final Lap Tour’ is in celebration of 20 years of 50 Cent’s game-changing debut album, Get Rich or Die Tryin’. The show will feature the rap icon performing dozens of fan-favourite hits along with select tracks that have not been performed live in decades.

When: Friday, September 8th
Where: Rogers Arena
Cost: $325.95+

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PIXIES have been one of the most formative, pioneering bands of the 80s alt-rock scene, having influenced names like Nirvana, Pearl Kam, Radiohead, and more. And now, a whole new generation of fans have been discovering the brand’s signature “loud-quiet-loud” sound.

When: Saturday, September 9th
Where: Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre, UBC
Cost: $90.44+


Yes, you read that right, it’s finally time for Queen Bey herself to make her way to Vancouver for her Renaissance World Tour. And while tickets certainly don’t come cheap, they’re a far cry from the hundreds of dollars fans shelled out earlier this year!

When: Monday, September 11th
Where: BC Place
Cost: $222.53+

Lionel Richie

Lionel Richie is an icon in his own right, and equal parts singer, songwriter, record producer, and television personality. He originally rose to fame in the 70s as part of the Motown group “Commodores,” soon collaborating with the likes of Diana Ross and Michael Jackson. He’s even won the Songwriters Hall of Fame’s highest honour, the Johnny Mercer Award – among many other accolades.

When: Tuesday, September 12th
Where: Rogers Arena
Cost: $77.35


That’s right, Coldplay is bringing their Music of the Spheres World Tour to Vancouver this month, and if you’re good with spending a small fortune on tickets, this show is sure to be one for the books if there ever was one.

When: Friday, September 22nd
Where: BC Place
Cost: $500.24+


A mixture of hard rock and blues, Australian-born Wolfmother was formed in 2004, and has since undergone many changes in membership, but has continued to put out music their fans adore. Influenced by the likes of Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath, the band will take the stage in Vancouver on Saturday, September 23rd.

When: Saturday, September 23rd
Where: Commodore Ballroom
Cost: $102.34

Arctic Monkeys

Formed by four high schoolers in 2002, the Arctic Monkeys have undergone quite the transformation, managing to rise to mainstream success for their unique alt-rock sound and catchy guitar riffs. As of now, the band has won seven Brit awards and 5 Grammy nominations.

When: Saturday, September 23rd
Where: Pacific Coliseum
Cost: $45 to $112.50+


Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner, better known as Sting, is an English musician and actor, and previous frontman, songwriter, and bassist for the Police until their breakup in 1986. He then broke out as a solo artist, earning a whopping 17 Grammys so far in his career.

When: Friday, September 29th
Where: Rogers Arena
Cost: $175.20

Daniel Caesar

Last but certainly not least, we come to Daniel Caesar, a Canadian R&B singer who broke into the scene with not one, but two acclaimed EPs: Praise Break and Pilgrim’s Paradise. His first and second studio albums were also both critically acclaimed, and the artist shows no signs of slowing down!

When: Saturday, September 30th
Where: Pacific Coliseum
Cost: $239.36