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Ride at Vancouver Commodore Ballroom

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Ride are a shoegaze band from Oxford, consisting of Andy Bell, Laurence Colbert, Mark Gardener and Steve Queralt.

Ride will be performing 1 event in Vancouver on Monday 13th February 2023 at the Commodore Ballroom.

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Ride in Vancouver - Ticket Options

Mon Feb 13 2023 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Canada
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The Charlatans UK | Ride
Vancouver, Commodore Ballroom
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RIDE Between Nowhere Co-headline Tour With The Charlatans
Vancouver, Commodore Ballroom
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Address: Vancouver Commodore Ballroom, 868 Granville St, Vancouver, V6Z 1K3
Venue Capacity: 995
Commodore Ballroom is a renowned music venue, dance floor and nightclub located on 800 block of Granville Street in Vancouver, British Columbia. The building was built in the Art Deco style of the late 1920s by George Conrad Reifel and designed by architect H.H. Gillingham.