Looking for something to do in Metro Vancouver? Here are three suggestions for Thursday, Feb. 15.

Walk the Moon

American rock band Walk the Moon may be best known for their 2014 hit Shut Up and Dance, which is still in regular rotation on the radio. It’s a very catchy song, which might explain how it made it into the top ten on the Hot 100, something bigger bands like the Foo Fighters and Muse have never done. Way to go, Walk the Moon! Anyway, I’m told they also have other songs — whole albums worth — and on Thursday, they’ll be performing several — a whole concert’s worth — at The Vogue. Walk the Moon is currently touring in support of their third major label release, What If Nothing.

Where: Vogue Theatre, 918 Granville St., Vancouver
When: 8 p.m.
Cost: $39.50

The Sheepdogs

If it’s a Canadian rock concert you want though, forget Walk the Moon and check out The Sheepdogs up the street at the Commodore Ballroom. The Saskatoon band, one of the hardest-working groups in the biz, visits Vancouver Thursday in support of its new album, Changing Colours. (Very Canadian title. Love that superfluous “u”.) Changing Colours, released earlier this month, is …read more

Source:: Vancouver Sun – Entertainment

      

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