Published Nov 17, 2016After fishing our Concert Listings, we've reeled in a fresh batch of Can't Miss Concerts from November 17 to 23. If you're looking to have a whale of a time, this week's picks have been making waves in the world of music, including rising Canadian stars like Tory Lanez and the Jerry Cans, as well as international acts like Cashmere Cat and Daughter. Check out the details for this week's picks below before heading to our Concert Listings for a sea of concerts and events.
Norwegian producer and musician Cashmere Cat has been busy collaborating with the likes of Tory Lanez and Travis Scott, but more recently, he's been teasing his debut LP, Wild Love, sharing the titular "Wild Love" as well as "Trust Nobody." He'll be joined by PC music affiliate SOPHIE when he hits Toronto this week.
11/18/2016 Toronto, ON – The Hoxton
Indie rock shoegazers Daughter are bringing their triumphant sophomore album, Not to Disappear, to Alberta for some of their last Canadian stops of the year. Hear Elena Tonra's haunting vocals on Daughter's dark songs when they make a stop in Edmonton on November 22 and Calgary the following night.
11/22/2016 Edmonton, AB – Winspear Centre
11/23/2016 Calgary, AB – MacEwan Ballroom
The Jerry Cans
Nunavut-based band the Jerry Cans blend folk, reggae, country, throat singing and rock on Inuusiq/Life, their third album that centres on life in the arctic. This week finds them in Toronto, Halifax and St. John's for three straight shows.
11/17/2016 Toronto, ON – Lula Lounge
11/18/2016 Halifax, NS – Seahorse Tavern
11/19/2016 St. John's, NL – The Ship Pub
Tory Lanez has spent the year making a name for himself in the rap world, releasing his debut record, I Told You, as well as dropping additional tracks and remixes. Get to know the Canadian rapper up close when he's out in Alberta and Saskatoon this week.
11/17/2016 Calgary, AB – Flames Central
11/18/2016 Edmonton, AB – Union Hall
11/19/2016 Saskatoon, SK – O'Brians Event Centre
M for Montreal
Emerging artists from Canada and around the world are making their way to Montreal for the 10th annual M for Montreal festival. If you're looking for new music, catch Frigs, Boogat, Maddielonglegz, Alex Calder and Motel Raphael during the fest.
11/16-19/2016 Montreal, QC – Multiple Venues
A Tribe Called Red
A Tribe Called Red are set to perform their revolutionary album We Are the Halluci Nation throughout British Columbia this week. Be part of the movement during one of their stops in Vancouver, Victoria and Kelowna.
11/18/2016 Vancouver, BC – Commodore Ballroom
11/19/2016 Victoria, BC – Sugar Nightclub
11/21/2016 Vancouver, BC – Commodore Ballroom
11/23/2016 Kelowna, BC – Sapphire Nightclub
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