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Beacon Hill Park
100 Cook St, Victoria, BC
Wonderment 2022 (7th Edition) FREE EVENT – All Ages Welcome Monday, August 1 starting at 7:00pm Featuring
Wonderment 2022 (7th Edition)
FREE EVENT – All Ages Welcome
Monday, August 1 starting at 7:00pm
LIDO PIMIENTA – Toronto
KINNIE STARR – Haida Gwaii
Presented by the Garden City Electronic Music Society and supported by the Government of Canada, Creative BC, BC Arts Council, the Province of British Columbia, the Capital Regional District and the City of Victoria.
Please note that the Cameron Bandshell is set within Beacon Hill Park in an area where cars are not allowed.
Vending and concession are not allowed in the park, so plan accordingly for water, food, sunscreen, etc. Please also note there can be mosquitos in Beacon Hill park around dusk.
Wonderment endeavours to leave the parks in the way we found them, so please… PACK-IT-IN / PACK-IT-OUT.
There is no smoking allowed in Victoria BC parks.
This is a FREE event, ALL are welcome.
Indigenous Artists for this Event!
JUNO-winner Kinnie Starr, a multi-threat songwriter, performer, visual artist, filmmaker and producer. Starr is a trailblazing female Indigenous artist with her unique blend of conscious hiphop and groove driven pop.
Afro/Indigenous/Colombian/Canadian/punk/folklorist/traditionalist/transgressive/diva/angel. There are so many layers to Canadian-Colombian singer Lido Pimienta’s identity that you might get lost in them. But if you did, you’d be missing the point.
Her multi-textural, mind-bending voice and music project what Canada’s The Globe and Mail called her “bold, brash, polarizing” persona, which constantly confronts the powers that be. But it also reveals an embrace of the Afro- and Indigenous traditions that is at once defiant, delicate and sweetly nostalgic.
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