Ahhh warm summer days. The perfect time to grab an ice cold drink and kick back on a patio. What goes great with patios? Live music of course! Wave Summer Music returns this summer on the second Thursday of June, July and August.
Thursday, June 9
Back by popular demand, Gib&Tam return to SG. Gibbran Rashid and Tamsynn-Lee Isaacs combine powerful, passionate vocals with guitar and percussion for a rich and soulful sound.
Keeping it Real (June 2 – July 10)
While you’re at Wave, be sure to take a stroll around the Gallery to see Keeping it Real, an exhibition of high realism paintings featuring work by Ian Bodnaryk, Neville Clarke, Shaun Downey, Diane Huson, Sue Miller, Catherine Mills, Allan O’Marra and Albert Slark.
Thursday, July 14
It’s a celebration of Whitby talent tonight as we welcome Annie Sumi and Little Ole Dumplings to the patio. Annie has been described as an “old soul” with a beautiful sound that spans folk, roots and country-rock. Little Ole Dumplings are a duo made up of Jonah Kissoon and Amika Vie, who play a quirky mix of alternative and folk.
ExhAmika Vie and Jonah Kissoon of Little Ole Dumplingsibitions:
High School Confidential in the Coppa Gallery (July 16 – September 4)
We’ll be wrapping up the installation of High School Confidential this week, but you’ll be able to have a first look at it tonight. High School Confidential is a crowd-sourced exhibit featuring work made during high school by artists of all ages. This show will be the ultimate throwback!
The Community Exhibition and Whitby Youth Council Art Attack in the yourSpace and heritage galleries (July 16 – September 4)
The Community Exhibition will feature work straight from the SG studios! View a variety of art made by young participants in our spring programs. The yourSpace community gallery will feature selections from the Whitby Youth Council Art Attack, which was held at SG on May 5.
Thursday, August 11
Another fan favourite, Trish Robb, Tim Watson and Tracey Stella (performing together as the Trish Robb Trio) return to SG with their catchy blend of rock, folk, alternative and country. High School Confidential, The Community Exhibition and selections from the Whitby Youth Council Art Attack remain on view in the galleries.
SG is the place to be this summer. Tickets are only $10 and are available at the door, at SG or over the phone (905-668-4185). See you on the patio!