3 Concerts In Vancouver October You Don’t Want To Miss This October
- September 23, 2018
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If you’re a music fan, October is a great time to visit Vancouver. From big headlining artists from worldwide stars like Beyoncé to Canadian icons like 54-40, there are ton of amazing shows happening throughout the month. Plus, going to concerts is a great way to experience the arts and culture scene of a city — this one’s is thriving, and home to its share of legendary venues like the Commodore Ballroom. Read on for three live performances you won’t want to miss next month and don’t forget to book your stay with us here at Ramada by Wyndham Vancouver Downtown. We’re conveniently located (within walking distance all of t music venues), with fantastic rates and beautiful, modern accommodations.
Jay Z and BeyonceBoth legendary artists in their own rights, Jay Z and Beyoncé will be back in Vancouver for their second round of their co-headlining stadium tour, On The Run II Tour. The husband and wife just released their joint album, Everything Is Love exclusively on the streaming platform Tidal. They perform at Rogers Arena on October 2.
54-40Hailing from Vancouver itself, this post-punk band has long cemented themselves as one of Canada’s most iconic music groups. They have an extensive catalogue that spans more than 30 years, featuring hits like “I Go Blind” (which was famously covered by Hootie and the Blowfish in the 1990s), “Ocean Pearl,” and “One Day In Your Life.” 54-40 performs at the Commodore Ballroom on October 5.
The Internet?This LA-based band featured five individually multi-talented, multi-instrumentalist members. After they each worked on some solo projects over the last couple of years, the futuristic R&B group released their latest collaborative effort, Hive Mind, this summer. They play at the Commodore Ballroom on October 25.
- October 14, 2018
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Vancouver has a unique reputation for being slightly busy, but still mellow. While the locals refer to it as a city, others who travel to Vancouver may find themselves asking “so where’s the city?” The city of Vancouver may be relatively small, but it definitely makes up for it in personality.