Cults, Titus Andronicus, Ron Sexsmith and the Soft Moon Lead This Week's Can't Miss Concerts

Cults, Titus Andronicus, Ron Sexsmith and the Soft Moon Lead This Week's Can't Miss Concerts
It's another week and another weekend full of concerts. So check out this week's Can't Miss Concerts to see which shows will make your weekend agenda for Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Montreal.

Vancouver

Thursday, March 31
San Francisco indie folk duo the Dodos are amidst their Canada-friendly world tour in support of their latest release No Color. Lo-fi no-wavers Reading Rainbow will be providing support on the tour. These two talented music duos will definitely make this night a good one.

The Dodos
Reading Rainbow
$16 at Rickshaw Theatre

Friday, April 1
BC stoner metal heshers Black Wizard are here to bring the shred with their heavy riffs and crushing tone that will keep you headbanging all night long. With support from the Rock Band Called Time and Hidden Towers, this night will definitely fuel an excess of beer and good times.

Black Wizard
The Rock Band Called Time
Hidden Towers
$8 advance, $10 door at Interurban Gallery

Saturday, April 2
Synth-loving dark pop unit and Captured Tracks signees the Soft Moon are making it up to Vancouver to get their goth on good and proper. Lending some opening support are labelmates the Cosmetics. But make sure to get to this one early: the show runs from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

The Soft Moon
the Cosmetics
$10 at Waldorf

Calgary

Thursday, March 31
Veteran Canadian songwriter Ron Sexsmith is in the middle of his world tour in support of his recent release Long Player Late Bloomer. Don't miss out on this opportunity to see this iconic Canadian musician who has been praised by legends like Paul McCartney and Elvis Costello.

Ron Sexsmith
$30 at Ironwood Stage and Grill

Saturday, April 2
Vancouver power poppers Mother Mother are making their way to Calgary in support of their latest album Eureka. Expect the band to spread their infectious blend of quirky hooks and feel-good choruses, which will definitely bring smiles and grooves to the dance floor.

Mother Mother
$22.50 at MacEwan Hall

Toronto

Thursday, March 31
Making his way to Toronto, Dan Bejar is bringing his expanded Destroyer live band on this North America tour in support of the group's latest album Kaputt. The enigmatic and ever elusive Bejar will have everyone swaying to his introspective and inspiring lyrics and melodies. Support is provided by the War on Drugs and Mantler.

Destroyer
The War On Drugs
Mantler
$15 advance, $18 door at Lee's Palace

Friday, April 1
Civil War-loving indie rockers Titus Andronicus are making their way to Toronto as part of their North America tour. The band will be playing a string of Canadian dates prior to hooking up on the road with Bright Eyes. So don't miss out on this chance to see those emotions flare on this headlining jaunt, which we're guessing will be the last for Titus Andronicus for a while.

Titus Andronicus
Dinowalrus
$14 advance, $17 door at Horseshoe Tavern

Monday, April 4
The insanely hyped Cults are making their way to Toronto as part of their North American tour in anticipation for their debut full-length. Don't miss out on your chance to see Cults before they explode to indie stardom. Providing support will be Magic Kids.

Cults
Magic Kids
$10 advance, $12 door at Horseshoe Tavern

Montreal

Thursday, March 31
Before heading to Toronto, Titus Andronicus are stopping Montreal as part of their North America tour. Be sure to catch Titus Andronicus in this intimate setting before they head out on the road with Bright Eyes. Support is provided by Dinowalrus and Mavo.

Titus Andronicus
Dinowalrus
Mavo
$12 advance, $14 door at Il Motore

Friday, April 1
Following his show in Toronto, Destroyer is making his way to Montreal, along with his six-piece live band. Destroyer will definitely be playing some new tunes off his highly acclaimed latest album Kaputt, as well as giving those old favourite some new synthed-up soft rock sheen.

Destroyer
The War On Drugs
Venuses
$17 advance, $20 door at Cabaret Mile End

Saturday, April 2

Indie pop stars on the rise Cults are making their way to Montreal as part of their North American tour. They will be performing tracks off their upcoming full-length debut and will be supported by Magic Kids and Superhumanoids.

Cults
Magic Kids
Superhumanoids
$6.50 advance, $15 door at Il Motore