(9.13) High entertainment quotient at this week’s installment of the Burnside Music & Beer Garden Series: Music with Joel Thibodeau (Death Vessel) . . . Buck-a-Shuck Oysters . . . Night Lights! (Facebook event.) Musician Emily Dix Thomas kicks things off.
Emily Dix Thomas describes her music as being, “a wave, of course. A wave against the rocks. A sound wave entering the ear.” EDT is the cello and voice, ocean and sound project of Emily Dix Thomas (The Huntress and Holder of Hands, Nova One, Feminist Conference). Following her set, Joel Thibodeau performs a rare short solo Death Vessel set.
5:30pm to 6:30pm — OysterFest raw bar.
The Ocean State Oyster Festival will be returning with a raw bar featuring oysters from Salt Pond Oysters. We will be doing Buck-a-Shuck 5:30-6:30pm, then $2/each from 6:30-8:00pm, or while supplies last. The Nature Conservancy will be recycling the shells, and there to tell you how they use shells to build reefs in the bay. Enter a raffle for a chance to win 2 tickets to OysterFest on September 22nd. (Winners will be announced at the end of the evening, and must be present to win.)
7pm to 9pm — Night Lights.
Sound/Picture/Sound, an audio-visual interactive installation by Rachel Blumberg 7:00 – 9:00. Enter a magical environment where you will be given the opportunity to make drawings that turn into sound, and then into visual projections. This installation will create space for self expression and exploration resulting in music and visuals created collaboratively by everyone. Come experience the magic!
The Trinity Brewhouse Beer Garden opens at 4:30pm and live music starts around 5:30pm. DJ Tom from Javelin gets things started, spinning tunes before the band.
Free and open to the public, music starts 5:30pm, Thursday, September 13, Burnside Park, Kennedy Plaza, (directions)