The Paper Kites are currently touring North America with Passenger, and will be stopping in Vancouver on Saturday March 25th at the Orpheum Theatre.
David Newberry will be independently releasing his 3rd full-length album, Replacement Things, on September 11th. Newberry will be touring Western Canada in support of the release, including a stop in Vancouver on September 13th at Hindenburg with The Wild Romantics & The Nautical Miles.
Speed Control have kept their status of hardest working band from the Yukon alive this summer, as they have been busy touring and running their RAWK camps as they travel across Canada.
Speed Control will be finishing their tour in Vancouver, playing two shows at The Railway Club on August 29th and 30th.
Derrival is gearing up to release a new EP, Departure & Arrival, on August 21st. Following the release, the band will hit the road for a series of Western Canadian tour dates beginning August 29th in Kelowna. The band will play a hometown show in Vancouver on September 25th at Venue.
The Good In Everyone and Alea Rae will be kicking off their co-headlining, cross-Canada tour in their hometown of Vancouver at The Fox Cabaret on Thursday May 21st. Joining them for the evening will be Alexandria Maillot and Dante Hadden. The line-up for the evening looks to be a good one – full of the brightest up-and-comers from Vancouver’s indie music scene.
Dope Soda will be embarking on their Bottle Drive Tour later this month in Western Canada, starting with a stop in Vancouver at Guilt & Company on March 27th.
Lovecoast will be kicking off their Western Canadian tour dates this Friday November 7th at The Waldorf. The band released their debut EP, Chasing Tides, earlier this week.
Mother Mother is gearing up for the release of their fifth studio album, Very Good Bad Thing, available next week on November 4th via Universal Music Canada. The Vancouver alt-rock band will be heading on a national tour shortly after the release. The final date of the tour will be a hometown show on December 13th in Vancouver at the Orpheum Theatre.
Tokyo Police Club played the Squamish Valley Music Festival this past weekend and are currently amidst a series of US tour dates. The band will return to home soil in October for the Halifax Pop Explosion and will be headlining their own Canadian tour beginning November 7th in Winnipeg. Said The Whale will be supporting all the tour dates while The Pack A.D. will be playing select dates.
JPNSGRLS are getting ready to introduce themselves to America with some live shows on the West Coast. The band will touch down this Saturday in Bend, Oregon and will wrap up their tour on August 29th with a hometown show in Vancouver at The Cellar.