Pier-side summer concerts in White Rock start July 9 with Daniel Wesley

BIA-backed TD Concerts at the Pier series features six shows

Daniel Wesley will perform July 9 in the Concerts at the Pier series in White Rock.

Daniel Wesley will perform July 9 in the Concerts at the Pier series in White Rock.

WHITE ROCK — Daniel Wesley, The Washboard Union, Dustin Bentall and Harry Manx are some of the performers signed on for the TD Concerts at the Pier series staged in White Rock this summer.

The six-concert series will open on Saturday, July 9 with Wesley, The Katherines and Switch to Black, and will close on Aug. 20 with the lineup of Manx, J.P. Maurice and Richard Tichelman.

The lineup for the series, backed by the City of White Rock and White Rock Business Improvement Association, was announced on Friday morning (June 3).

“The quality of the concert series lineup speaks volumes for what we are trying to achieve,” said Douglas Smith, executive director of the BIA.

“We are showcasing an eclectic array of musical talent that will appeal to everyone. Putting them on stage on the waterfront at West Beach makes for an amazing venue.”

The RE/MAX SeaStage will be located directly beside White Rock Museum & Archives on Marine Drive. All concerts will be held from 7 to 10 p.m.

On July 16, however, the series shifts to the Five Corners area as part of the Tour de White Rock. That evening, the concert is expected to start shortly after 8 p.m., following the criterium cycling races.

Throughout the series, in an effort to showcase local talent, the 7 p.m. time slot each week will be dedicated to showcasing local White Rock talent.

The concert schedule is as follows:

Saturday, July 9:

7 p.m. – Switch to Black

8 p.m. – The Katherines

9 p.m. – Daniel Wesley

Saturday, July 16 at Five Corners:

8 p.m. – Twin River

9 p.m. – Moulettes

Saturday, July 23:

7 p.m. – BeyondTheEyes

8 p.m. – Field Study

9 p.m. – The Washboard Union

Saturday, Aug. 6:

7 p.m. – Desiree Dawson + Ava Carich

8 p.m. – Jordan Klassen

9 p.m. – Dustin Bentall & the Smokes

Saturday, Aug. 13:

7 p.m. – Sean & the Strangers

8 p.m. – Joshua Hyslop

9 p.m. – Dave Jacobs-Strain

Saturday, Aug. 20:

7 p.m. – Richard Tichelman

8 p.m. – JP Maurice

9 p.m. – Harry Manx

CLICK HERE for more series details.


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