Newt’s top 10 things to do in Metro Vancouver this weekend, Nov. 4 to 6

Moonage Daydream screens at the Rio

By Steve Newton

FRIDAY: the Geekenders host a screening at the Rio Theatre of director Jim Sharman’s 1975 rock musical The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

Alex Flock plays Guilt & Co.

FRIDAY: Alex Flock’s Funk Brigade, featuring Vancouver guitarist Alexander Flock, presents its take on classic funk hits at Guilt & Co.

FRIDAY: Vancouver blues legend Jim Byrnes performs at the Bez Arts Hub in Langley, with Simon Kendall from Doug & the Slugs.

Frazey Ford plays the Commodore

FRIDAY: Timbre Concerts presents Frazey Ford from the Be Good Tanyas at the Commodore Ballroom.

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY: the Vancouver Latin American Cultural Centre presents Sal Ferreras’ Puerto Rico: Roots and Rhythms at the Vancouver Playhouse.

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY: maestro Otto Tausk leads the Vancouver Symphony in a program of works by Mozart, Golijov, and Mahler at the Orpheum Theatre.

SATURDAY: Joe Rotunda and the Interstellar Riders perform reverb-drenched rock ‘n’ roll at Seymour’s Pub & Grill in North Van.

King Buffalo plays the Rickshaw

SATURDAY: Timbre Concerts presents New York psych-rock trio King Buffalo at the Rickshaw Theatre, with guests Spirit Mother and Space Queen.

SATURDAY: the Vancouver Canucks take on the Nashville Predators in National Hockey League action at Rogers Arena.

SUNDAY: screening at the Rio Theatre of Moonage Daydream, director Brett Morgan’s documentary exploring David Bowie’s creative and musical journey.

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