On Sunday, November 20, Calgary-born duo Tegan and Sara brought their show to a sold-out Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, BC, for the last date of their Fall tour in support of their newly released album Crybaby.
Support act, Tomberlin, warmed up the crowd before the arrival of the iconic Canadian pop duo.
At 9 pm, Tegan and Sara took the stage, starting their set with “Stop Desire” from their album Love You to Death, followed by “I Can’t Grow Up” from Crybaby. For their 18-song set, the siblings reached into their immense back catalog and treated the audience to a variety of songs from several albums, including fan favourites like “The Con” and “Closer.”
While discussing smoking weed, they mentioned their television show High School, out on Amazon, an adaptation of their memoir published in 2019, which recreates their high school years as queer teenagers in Calgary.
They had great interactions with the crowd throughout the night, and their onstage banter between each other was in top form, as usual.