Isaac and Eddie will be teaming up with Sons of Granville’s very own Thomas Beckman, playing an acoustic set at Pier Park in New Westminster, part of the “Music by the River” concert series hosted by the Arts Council of New Westminster. It’s happening on Tuesday July 16th from 6pm til 8pm. We’ll be performing both Cry of Silence songs and other familiar tunes. It is a free show, so we hope to see you there!
We’re proud to be one of the performing bands at Chief State’s Tour Kick-Off on Friday March 29th at 333! Please come on down to support all the other bands who are playing, including Tulsy Place, Arlo Wells, and of course our friends Chief State as we give them a positive, unforgettable send-off before they hit up various destinations on their tour.
Advanced tickets are available at the Event Brite link below (otherwise, $15 at doors)
Our next show is taking place at the Wetfoot Festival, March 2nd Saturday! It’s an all-day affair featuring a variety of amazing acts, from 4pm til late night! See info below from the Wetfoot team!
Volume III – We’re back and are going to be bigger than ever. Formerly Bluechella (2017) and Two-Chella (2018), Wetfoot Festival embodies the same amazing art and music but has graduated from small venues. This year the show will be at Red Gate Arts Society.
Lineup – AutoHeart | Toads on a Wire | The Angels | Cry of Silence | SOLA |Toni Savaggio | Indigo Royals | Friends with the Help | Gnarfunkel | Hot Tub
Theme – Major Tom Goes West
If you have been to our previous festivals, you know we are following the ongoing adventures of Major Tom and his Dragon friend. Their adventures have taken them to the depths of the sea, out of the atmosphere, and into the Dragon’s lair. Their adventure continues into the land of the setting sun.
Advance Tickets – $18, Limit 100. Get your advance tickets here and save money.
The last two festivals have sold out, so make sure to buy your ticket now to guarantee your spot! Remember the last time you went to a full day music festival for only $18? Nope, neither do we.
Tickets at the door – $25
Red Gate Arts Society at 1965 Main Street, Vancouver.
We would like to acknowledge that this show takes place on the unceded territories of the Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh & Musqueam First Nations.