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LANY: gg bb xx tour with Salem Ilese

Pacific Coliseum  (Get Directions)
2901 E Hastings St
Vancouver, BC V5K 5J1 Canada
November 6 @ 7:30pm - 9:30pm Doors open at 6:30pm 2021-11-06 19:30:00 2021-11-06 21:30:00 America/Vancouver LANY: gg bb xx tour with Salem Ilese Based on popular demand, the LANY concert originally scheduled for November 6 at the PNE Forum is moving a quick walk north to the Pacific Coliseum. Additional tickets have been added for this show. Those guests wanting floor seats should arrive early at the south doors of the Pacific Coliseum (main entrance, not the box office). Floor access will be granted on a first come, first-served basis. Per the Provincial Health Order, every guest on the floor will have a… Pacific Coliseum
Based on popular demand, the LANY concert originally scheduled for November 6 at the PNE Forum is moving a quick walk north to the Pacific Coliseum. Additional tickets have been added for this show.
Those guests wanting floor seats should arrive early at the south doors of the Pacific Coliseum (main entrance, not the box office). Floor access will be granted on a first come, first-served basis. Per the Provincial Health Order, every guest on the floor will have a seat.
All remaining ticket holders will be seated on a first-come, first-served basis in the lower bowl of the arena. Doors open at 6:30pm.
Reminder: This show requires proof of vaccination (2 doses) using the Province of BC’s Vaccine Card system and a matching piece of government ID. Masks are required to be worn inside the venue, except when eating/drinking.

 

When any great band reaches a new point of greatness in their career, they reflect upon the journey that’s led them to that moment. American alt-pop trio LANY started in 2015, when Paul Klein, Jake Goss and Les Priest escaped their humble upbringings for LA, creating a band from the remnants of their own musical projects. Together, they crafted lyrically meticulous anthems with big, pristine soundscapes behind them; songs about love, heartbreak and living that felt world-spanning.

Signing to Polydor in 2015, their self-titled debut album arrived two years later, causing an international fan base that had been brewing for a few years to burst to the fore.

Whilst the majority of the band’s first two records were written in LA, their third was originally born in Nashville.

The arrival of Mama’s Boy spells the beginning of a new chapter in the life of LANY. One that’s always been inside of them, keen to be set free. How they got there, though, rested on looking back to the past. “There was only one person in the world I cared about hearing Malibu Nights,” Paul Jason Klein says. “Now, there’s not one person in the world I don’t want to hear Mama’s Boy.” That pouring of everything they have into 14 tracks about where they’re from and what they’re about, glows like a sunset over a southern sky.

Finally, LANY are home.