Top 5 things to do this Friday in Vancouver

April 3, 2015

Show some brotherly love: Nashville-based fraternal two-piece JEFF the Brotherhood hit the Biltmore Cabaret for an early show tonight in support of new album Wasted On the Dream, which was mysteriously dropped by their former label Warner Records but picked up last month by Infinity Cat.  With guests Bully.

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Get laughing: Toronto’s Eddie Della Siepe headlines two nights at Yuk Yuk’s also featuring sets by Christopher Molineux and John Perrotta.

 

 

Get worldly: The Imperial gets the United Colours of Benneton treatment tonight as host to the Vancouver World Music Festival featuring the diverse musical stylings of Locarno (former Paperboys’ member Tom Landa side project exploring his Latino roots), Kutapira, Haram and Tambura Rasa.

 

 

Join Cobra: Cobra Romane brings the hard-rocking spirit of the Ramones to the ANZA Club tonight in support of new release Bang Bang. Hybrahma and Mother Upduff open.

Get rolling: Vancity Thearte screens Tony Girardin’s documentary Marinoni exploring the life and times of charismatic 75-year-old bicycle maker Giuseppe Marinoni.

 

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