45 concerts in Vancouver in July
FLIGHT FACILITIES Australian electronic duo composed of Hugo Gruzman and James Lyell. July 68 p.m., Commodore Ballroom. $30 (plus service charge).
TRUCK STOP CONCERT SERIES The Red Truck brings back the summer concert series. July 9th4pm-10pm, Red Truck Beer Company.
GSOUL South Korean R&B singer, songwriter. and producer. 7 Jul7 p.m., Cabaret Fox. $35.68.
JR. GONE MAD Alt-country quartet from Edmonton, with local guests the Graham Brown Band. 7 Jul7 p.m., Restaurant LanaLou. $20 (plus service charge).
FVDED IN THE PARK The two-day music festival features some of the biggest names in electronica, hip-hop, rap and modern R&B, including headliners Illenium, Don Toliver, Excision and Rick Ross. July 8-9, Holland Park.
KHRUANGBIN Psychedelic rock trio from Houston, Texas. 8 Jul6 p.m., PNE Amphitheater. $49.50 (plus service charge).
KHATSAHLANO STREET PARTY The street festival features performances from over 50 bands including Haley Blais, the AD Pack, Actors, Pointed Sticks, Noble Son, Jody Glenham, Stephen Hamm, Kamikaze Nurse and Jasper Sloan Yip. July 9, 11am-9pm, Fourth Avenue West (between Burrard and MacDonald).
VCBW CRAFT BEER AND MUSIC FESTIVAL 2022 The festival features over 150 craft beers and ciders and live music from Bedouin Soundclash, Titus Bank, Half Moon Run, Skratch Bastid and Missy D. July 9-10, ENP. $30 to $160.
COLA New band with former Ought members Tim Darcy and Ben Stidworthy with drummer Evan Cartwright. Jul 118 p.m., Biltmore Cabaret. $18 to $22.50.
PAUL JONES AND DAVE KELLY The founding members of the Blues Band perform an acoustic set during their farewell tour. Jul 128-10:30 p.m., Mel Lehan Hall in St. James. $30.
JASON MRAZ & RAINING JANE The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter performs material from Lalalalovesongs, his collection of iconic ballads. July 14th, Queen Elizabeth Theater.
HORSE GIRL Chicago rock trio, with Dummy as guests. Jul 157 p.m., SAGE room. $20 (plus service charge).
SHOWCASE OF ROOT RESIDENTS Root Dwellers features musical performances from headliners Mikey Jose, Rebecca Sichon and Cassandra Maze. Jul 157-11:30 p.m., ANZA-Club. $20.
S. CAREY Bon Iver drummer and backing vocalist. Jul 158 p.m., Cabaret Fox. $23 to $28.75.
VANCOUVER FOLK MUSIC FESTIVAL The community celebration of folk and roots music features artists from Korea, Chile, Mexico, Taiwan, India, Finland, the United States and Canada. July 15-173pm-11pm, Jericho Beach Park. $46.97 – $221.58.
TASH SULTAN Psychedelic rock singer-songwriter from Melbourne, Australia. Jul 168 p.m., Orpheus Theater.
NORTH WAY Metalcore band from Australia, with Silent Planet and Avoid as guests. Jul 176 p.m., Rickshaw Theater. $28 (plus service charge).
BLACK BASKETS Atlanta Rockers, with vocalist Chris Robinson and guitarist Rich Robinson. Jul 177:30 p.m., Abbotsford Center. Tix $149.50/89.50/69.50/49.50 (plus service charge and fees).
THE BRAINS Canadian psychobilly/horror-punk band. 18 Jul7 p.m., Cabaret Fox. $20 advance/$25 door.
SCANDAL All-female rock band from Japan. 18 Jul8 p.m., Imperial Vancouver. $40 to $250.
RAINBOW KITTEN SURPRISE Indie-rock quintet from North Carolina, featuring Houndmouth as guests. Jul 198 p.m., Orpheus Theater.
JOEY BADA$$ Rapper, singer and actor from New York. Jul 20, Vogue Theater. $30.50 to $299.
CAT POWER American indie rock singer-songwriter. July 21, Vogue Theater. $31.25 – $54.50.
MISSION FOLK MUSIC FESTIVAL The folk festival offers concerts and workshops on the main stages during the day and evening. July 22-24, Fraser River Heritage Park. $25 to $165.
BIG SUGAR Canadian blues-rockers, with guitarist-singer Gordie Johnson. Jul 22, Commodore Ballroom.
EUGENE CHADBOURNE Guitar and banjo innovator in New York. Jul 226:30-9:30 p.m., Restaurant LanaLou. $20 in advance, $25 at the door.
DEAD GHOSTS Garage-surf band from Vancouver, featuring Janky Bungag. Jul 228 p.m., SAGE room. $18 (plus service charge).
SUMMERVILLE VANCOUVER MUSIC FESTIVAL Outdoor music festival with 15 bands and DJs, outdoor cafes, food trucks, games and market place. July 23-2412pm-11pm, At the Waldorf. $30.
MACHINE GUN KELLY American rapper, singer and actor, with guests Avril Lavigne and Willow. Jul 237:30 p.m., Rogers Arena. From $35 (plus service charge and fees).
FACE TO FACE Punk-rock band from California, with Rest Easy as guests. Jul 237:30 p.m., Rickshaw Theater. $29.50 (plus service charge).
MAPACHE Los Angeles-based country-folk duo consisting of Sam Blasucci and Clay Finch. Jul 238 p.m., SAGE room. $17.50 (plus service charge).
CLAP YOUR HANDS AND SAY YEAH Project by American indie-rock musician Alec Ounsworth. July 247 p.m., SAGE room. $25 (plus service charge).
JOHN FOGERTY American rock legend, formerly of Creedence Clearwater Revival. July 248:30 p.m., Rogers Arena.
THE BETH New Zealand indie-pop band, with guest Rosie Tucker. Jul 258 p.m., Biltmore Cabaret. $20 to $25.
LOVE JUMPING HORSE Boston-based slowcore trio featuring Strange Ranger and Cryogeyser. Jul 267 p.m., Cabaret Fox. $20 (plus service charge).
DAVID GRAY Folk-rock singer-songwriter from England. Jul 268 p.m., Queen Elizabeth Theater.
KIM CHURCHILL Australian folk, rock and blues singer-songwriter. Jul 27, Biltmore Cabaret.
AVATAR Swedish heavy metal band. Jul 27, Vogue Theater. $35 to $43.75.
BESNARD LAKES Montreal indie-rockers, with Blessed as guests. Jul 277 p.m., Rickshaw Theater. $17.50 (plus service charge).
COPE CAMP Australian alternative rock trio. Jul 297 p.m., Rickshaw Theater. $26 (plus service charge).
HOCICO Electro-industrial group from Mexico and Germany. Jul 297-10.30 p.m., Cabaret Fox. $25.
MISTAKE American progressive metalcore band, featuring Alpha Wolf, Thornhill and Invent Animate as guests. Jul 306:30 p.m., Rickshaw Theater. $20 (plus service charge).
DACEY Indie-pop quartet from Vancouver. Jul 307 p.m., The Fox Cabaret. $13.58.
HAPPY LAND Celebrating Pride with Orville Peck, Perfume Genius and Big Freedia. Jul 315 p.m., PNE Amphitheater. $55 to $99.50 (plus service charge).
ALANIS MORISSETTE Canadian alternative rocker of the 90s (“You Oughta Know”, “Ironic”), with Garbage as guests. Jul 31, Rogers Arena.