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5 Things to Do in Vancouver This November

From shows by Drake, Troye Sivan and Justin Timberlake to Lakota art, discover the top activities in Vancouver this month.



Photo: Brandon Nagy


The 6ix’s famed crooner, rapper, actor and meme-generating all-star brings “In My Feelings” and other tracks from his latest chart-topper to the 604.

November 3–4,
Rogers Arena,

Troye Sivan

Photo: Live Nation

Troye Sivan

A pop icon for a new generation of concertgoers, the unabashedly out and proud, Aussie-bred performer makes sleek, effervescent anthems with stadium-size panache.

November 8,
Queen Elizabeth Theatre,


Justin Timberlake

Photo: Kevin Mazur

Justin Timberlake

Though the mountain-man artwork on his last album may suggest otherwise, JT’s most recent tunes sit squarely in his funky R&B wheelhouse.

November 8–9,
Rogers Arena,


Vancouver Art Gallery

Photo: Courtesy of the Artist (Dana Claxton, Buffalo Woman 1, 2016, ink on silk, skull by Kevin McKenzie)

State of the Art

British Columbia-based Hunkpapa Lakota artist Dana Claxton uses video, photographs and conceptual art to explore ideas around gender, the self and the body. The arresting compositions featured in her retrospective at the Vancouver Art Gallery compel us to reconsider Indigenous identity.

Through February 3,


Out & About

Photo: Cecilia Yuan Liu

The Little Things

West Cordova’s Out & About boutique lines airy shelves with quality everyday objects – think small-scale Muji – and specializes in Japanese-made and -inspired household items, like tea-party-ready pots and glassware.