PHOTOS: Crash Test Dummies close out Concerts For the Pier summer series

Iconic Canadian rockers the Crash Test Dummies closed out the summer’s Concerts For the Pier series Thursday, with a show at Totem Park on East Beach. (Bob Bezubiak photo)
Iconic Canadian rockers the Crash Test Dummies closed out the summer’s Concerts For the Pier series Thursday, with a show at Totem Park on East Beach. (Bob Bezubiak photo)
Iconic Canadian rockers the Crash Test Dummies closed out the summer’s Concerts For the Pier series Thursday, with a show at Totem Park on East Beach. (Bob Bezubiak photo)
Iconic Canadian rockers the Crash Test Dummies closed out the summer’s Concerts For the Pier series Thursday, with a show at Totem Park on East Beach. (Bob Bezubiak photo)
Fionn wraps up its opening act at Concerts For the Pier Thursday. (Tracy Holmes photo)
Crash Test Dummies take to the East Beach stage Thursday, in the finale Concerts For the Pier performance. (Tracy Holmes photo)
Local duo Fionn opened for the Crash Test Dummies. (Christy Fox photo)
White Rock Youth Ambassadors made an appearance at the concert. (Christy Fox photo)
White Rock’s waterfront was all aglow following the concert. (Christy Fox photo)

The Crash Test Dummies closed out this year’s TD Concerts For The Pier series Thursday night at Totem Park on East Beach.

White Rock favourites and rising pop artists Fionn (twin sisters Brianne and Alanna Finn-Morris) opened for the iconic Canadian band.

The highly popular series of free outdoor concerts, which started July 4, presented everything from legendary rock band Prism to blues and jazz guitarist and singer Jim Byrnes, along with bands paying tribute to Stonebolt, The Eagles, Earth, Wind and Fire and the Beatles, and party bands such as Dr. Strangelove and Dueling Pianos.

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