Buckle up, Vancouver, because some pretty big names are taking the stage this upcoming month. From Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa to Tears For Fears, here are 10 of the most exciting concerts you can check out in Vancouver this July.

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, and you can still enjoy multiple concerts across two days at the start of the month! 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

Le Tigre 

Known for their energetic, inclusive music, American punk rock band Le Tigre has become a force in the Riot grrrl and queercore movements. The band’s music combines punk, electronic, and dance elements, creating a unique sound that is both catchy and empowering.

When: Monday, July 3rd
Where: 868 Granville Street
Cost: $54.74

Charlie Puth 

Even if you’re not a hardcore fan, chances are you’ve heard at least a couple of Charlie Puth’s catchy tunes – whether it’s “One Call Away” or “We Don’t Talk Anymore.” The American singer, songwriter, and producer rose to fame with his debut single “See You Again” with Wiz Khalifa, and has been putting out soulful hits ever since.

When: Monday, July 3rd
Where: 6066 Thunderbird Boulevard
Cost: $130.90

Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa, Too $hort & More – H.S. Reunion Tour 2023 

While this show will cost you a pretty penny, we’re betting it’s worth every cent. On Friday, July 7th, hip-hop and R&B legends Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa, and Too $hort take the stage at Rogers Arena, in addition to several other performing artists as part of their H.S. Reunion Tour.

When: Friday, July 7th
Where: 800 Griffiths Way
Cost: $255.06

Orville Peck 

Note that this concert has been postponed as of Thursday, June 22nd. 

Coming to Queen Elizabeth Theatre on Thursday, July 13th is none other than Canadian singer-songwriter Orville Peck, known for his unique blend of alternative country and Americana music. His distinct baritone voice and masked persona make for a captivating stage presence – so don’t miss out!

When: Thursday, July 13th
Where: 630 Hamilton Street
Cost: $101.50

Rebecca Black 

Known for her hit 2011 single “Friday,” Rebecca Black has truly blossomed into a pop icon of her own right. The American singer-songwriter and now internet personality gained a rapid amount of unexpected fame (and criticism), but it catapulted her into the public eye, and she’s now been able to evolve as an artist.

When: Thursday, July 20th
Where: 147 East Pender Street
Cost: $33.11

Daniel Wesley 

Born and raised in BC, singer-songwriter Daniel Wesley is best known for his soulful blend of rock, reggae, and folk music. Wesley has developed a dedicated following with his catchy melodies and heartfelt lyrics. His music often evokes a sense of coastal living and the joys of outdoor adventure.

When: Saturday, July 22nd
Where: 868 Granville Street
Cost: $42

Yellow Claw 

Yellow Claw is a Dutch DJ and producer duo consisting of Jim Aasgier and Nizzle. Known for their energetic and genre-blending electronic music, Yellow Claw has gained a massive following worldwide. Their music encompasses elements of trap, hip-hop, EDM, and hardstyle, creating a signature sound that is both catchy and hard-hitting

And they’re partying until 3 am at the ENSO Event Centre on Saturday, July 22nd – so mark your calendars!

When: Saturday, July 22nd
Where: 750 Pacific Boulevard
Cost: $70

Tears For Fears

English pop-rock icons Tears For Fears are best known for their chart-topping hits like “Shout,” “Everybody Wants to Rule the World,” and “Mad World,” though the ’80s band continues to put out incredible work, leaving an undeniable mark on the music landscape. Their music often explores themes of introspection and social commentary, which always makes for a powerful stage presence.

When: Monday, July 24th
Where: 800 Griffiths Way
Cost: $45+

And there you have it, Vancouver! If you’re in town this coming month, you know who’s worth seeing onstage.