Renee Rapp at Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, British Columbia



Renee Rapp at



Renee Rapp

Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Crying and calling my friends… because OMG! Reneé Rapp just announced her second headlining tour, SNOW HARD FEELINGS. The tour is in support of her upcoming album, Snow Angel, set to be released on the 18th of August. Fantastic news - she’s coming to the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver, British Columbia, on Thursday, the 5th of October, 2023.

Although in her song, she claims that she “can’t be everything to everyone,” she is certainly everything to all her fans! If you’ve been waiting for her tour, this is your chance to finally see the 23-year-old superstar live. Sing along to all your favorite songs as you reminisce on all the heartbreaks you’ve gone through in the past because, after this night, your heart will indeed be fulfilled.

Save seats for you and your friends right now, and get ready to have the night of your lives! Click on the “GET TICKETS” button to make your purchase.

Renee Rapp Tickets from $86

If you’ve ever met a boy (or girl) who broke your heart, Reneé Rapp should be at the number 1 spot on the list of artists you listen to. Her most recent single, Snow Angel, is heartbreakingly poetic, made even better by the young singer’s powerful voice. On August 18, everyone is getting more from her album of the same name.

And if you’re looking for an experience to release all your bottled-up feelings, Snow Hard Feelings is the perfect show for you! We know all the fans are excited about this show, so save the date - October 5 at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre.

The multi-talented pop icon is not only a singer, she’s also a fantastic actress. She stars as the sarcastic, judgmental Leighton in the HBO series “The Sex Lives of College Girls.” And tbh, her character in the show has a lot of similarities to Reneé Rapp in real life— minus the sarcastic and judgemental part, of course.

Reneé, who is openly bisexual, relates to her character Leighton as they had gone through lots of similar experiences. One of them is at the end of the season when Leighton comes out to her roommate as gay. “I was so judgmental of myself, I was so mean to myself,” Rapp said about the trigger from filming the scene. “I just couldn’t sit into it. Anytime I was playing that character in season one, I was just so, like, prickly and afraid.” Ultimately, she toughened up and decided, “I was like, I gotta do this right. I gotta impress the gays – we cannot be disappointed.”

And the gays were not disappointed - everybody is rooting for you, Reneé!

With super relatable hit songs like “In the Kitchen,” “Tattoos,” and “Too Well,” Reneé is an icon in today’s generation. Like, who doesn’t want to wallow in their sadness and listen to music about love and heartbreak, right?

“Music is the way I communicate, the way that I feel heard,” she said about writing Snow Angel. “And so I just really fucking hope that people love it as much as I do because I care about it more than I probably care about anything in the world, even my well-being.”

We’re so excited about this new album - even more for the live show! Buy your tickets right now because the tour will sell out soon!

About the Venue

queen elizabeth theatre

Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Queen Elizabeth Theatre - Vancouver, Vancouver, British Columbia, , US