Looking ahead to March, there are quite a few exciting artists slated to take the stage in Vancouver, from Nicky Romero to Milky Day. So if you’re looking at live events to snag tickets to, consider adding one or a few of these concerts to your list. Here are 10 of the biggest concerts coming to Vancouver this March.


We’re starting off this list with a huge name in the EDM scene – Niles Hollowell-Dhar, known professionally as KSHMR. Known for his breakout song “Megalodon,” the artist has contributed to many compositions for famous producers, like Borgeous and DVBBS.

When: Friday, March 1st
Where: Harbour Event & Convention Centre
Cost: $93.79

Joker Xue 

Formerly known as Jacky Xue, Joker Xue is a Chinese singer-songwriter and producer known for his hit songs and onstage charisma. Since his 2006 debut, he’s produced a slew of hits and shows no signs of slowing down.

When: Thursday, March 7th
Where: Rogers Arena
Cost: $355.90

Nicky Romero


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Known professionally as Nicky Romero or Monocule – this Dutch DJ and remixer has worked with everyone from Tiësto to David Guetta, to Avicii, and has certainly carved his own path in the industry. Get ready for familiar tunes, magnetic energy, and tons of dancing.

When: Friday, March 8th
Where: Harbour Event & Convention Centre
Cost: $42.89


This American pop-rock band is from LA, but was formed in Nashville in 2014, consisting of members Paul Jason Klein, Jake Clifford Goss, and Leslie Priest. Since the band’s inception, they’ve put out three ‘top 5’ albums: “LANY,” “Malibu Nights,” and “Mama’s Boy.”

When: Friday, March 8th
Where: Harbour Event & Convention Centre
Cost: $69.50

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Melissa Etheridge 

Switching gears a bit, Melissa Etheridge is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist, known for her underground success originating with the release of her debut album in 1988. On Saturday, March 23rd, she’s bringing her “I’m Not Broken Tour” to The Orpheum.

When: Saturday, March 23rd
Where: The Orpheum
Cost: $82.14


Lucki Camel Jr., (AKA Lucki), is an American rapper and record producer from Chicago whose rise to fame began in 2013 after the release of his debut mixtape – “Alternative Trap.”

When: Wednesday, March 20th
Where: PNE Forum
Cost: $45

Ashley McBryde 

Country lovers, this one’s for you. Ashley McBryde is a country music singer–songwriter from Arkansas who later moved to Nashville to start her music career. Known for her songs like “Light On in the Kitchen,” “Brenda Put Your Bra On,” and “One Night Standards.”

When: Monday, March 25th
Where: The Commodore
Cost: $52.25

Noah Kahan 

Noah Kahan is an acclaimed folk-pop singer-songwriter with several breakthrough singles, including “Hurt Somebody,” which charted in multiple international markets. His debut album “Busyhead” was followed by “Cape Elizabeth” and “Stick Season.”

When: Tuesday, March 26th
Where: Rogers Arena
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Milky Day 

Known for his collabs with Jimmy Brown, frad, Gareth.T and Hayne, Milky Day is a rising Korean-New Zealander artist in the logi and R&B genres. With a background in classical piano, his music has received millions of streams.

When: Tuesday, March 26th
Where: The Commodore
Cost: $52.25

Tim McGraw

Tim McGraw is bringing his 2024 Standing Room Only Tour to Vancouver!

Get ready to catch McGraw and Grammy® Award-winning singer-songwriter Carly Pearce, who will join the Standing Room Only Tour on all dates as direct support.

When: Wednesday, March 27th
Where: Rogers Arena
Cost: $111+

And that’s a wrap on the live music scene in Vancouver this March!