Add more great shows to your concert calendar this fall.
Enrique Iglesias, Ricky Martin, Pitbull
The trilogy tour was announced last week and takes place December 10th at Rogers Arena in Vancouver. Now, by popular demand, Enrique Iglesias, Ricky Martin and Pitbull have added another date to their next blockbuster show, with a second show on December 11th, and back-to-back nights at the stadium. It was decided to do A mix of pop, salsa, dance and hip hop promises to be a really fun night. These triple-header headliners are not to be missed.
when: December 10-11
where: Rogers Arena
tickets: On sale June 9th from Ticketmaster
boys like girls
Pop punks Boys Like Girls have planned a North American tour. Starting in Charlotte, North Carolina in September, it will arrive at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver in October in 30 days. The band, perhaps best known for their 2009 hit “Love Drunk” and Taylor Swift’s duet “Two is Better Than One,” recently released their first new single since 2012, “Blood and Sugar.” bottom. There’s a lot of empty calories,” frontman Martin Johnson said in a release. “You talk about how humans are nothing but blood and sugar. You may be afraid of this girl, but we are all just skin and bones, so why not move on I hope it sounds like I’ve been shot 10 times by a cannon, both sonically and dynamically.I can’t wait to get out there and play.”
when: October 10th
where: Commodore Ballroom
tickets: On sale at Ticketmaster
While Ray remains busy opening for SZA in Europe and the UK, the alternative pop artist is bringing his talents to North America this fall with his headlining My 21st Century Blues tour. The outing supports her debut studio album of the same name, but the South Londoner has been making waves on the music scene for some time already. The award-winning songwriter has written songs for everyone from Beyonce and David Guetta to John. Legend and Ellie Goulding.
when: October 31st
where: Commodore Ballroom
tickets: Released from Ticketmaster on June 9 (Friday)
Immediately after the release of the latest album, echo the diamondMargaret Glaspie, due out August 18th, is planning her first North American tour. The New York singer has received critical acclaim for her mix of influences, including Sonic Youth, Tom Waits and the punk attitude of Vivienne Westwood. Her new Glaspie album follows her 2016 debut, emotions and mathematics,that is New Yorker The album has been described as an album where “beautiful songs can often be tingling, enriched by carefully measured infusions of dissonance and grit”.
when: November 10th
where: Biltmore Cabaret
tickets: Available now via Admitone