‘X-Files’ actor David Duchovny to perform concert at Vancouver venue

October show date for ‘Hell or Highwater’ singer-songwriter

David Duchovny, the X-Files actor, will perform music at a venue in Vancouver this fall.

Tickets for the Timber Concerts event go on sale Friday, June 23 at 10 a.m., according to a post on his website, davidduchovnymusic.com.

On a tour to support his debut album, Hell or Highwater, Duchovny will perform at The Imperial, at 319 Main St. in Vancouver, on Saturday, Oct. 14.

Regular tickets for the gig are $25 via ticketweb.ca, and “Meet & Greet” tickets are priced at $150.

Duchovny, who years ago closely resembled Canadian pop idol Corey Hart, completed his first studio album for Think Say Records in May of 2015.

Check out his “Hell or Highwater” lyric video below.

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