A concert, art present and gallery tour will comprise the 10th Yearly Rock The Cape, which will be held on Hatteras Island June 2-3.
From noon to 5 p.m. on Thursday, June 2, over 25 neighborhood and regional artists will collect on the garden at Kitty Hawk Kites’ Waves Village Watersports Centre at Milepost 40 in Rodanthe for the Rock The Cape Artwork Exhibit. Hatteras Island musicians Rory Kelleher, Brian Surrat, Free Wheel, Sam on Sax, Izzy Pop and Eli Thompson will be taking part in acoustic tunes during the day during the art demonstrate.
A soundfront live performance on the deck at Kitty Hawk Kites will start off at 5 p.m. There will be funk, rock, reggae and psychedelic jams by VSTLTY from Greenville, Higher Education from Baltimore and Safe Space from Hatteras Island and New Bern.
“We are so happy and honored to be a section of this year’s Rock the Cape,” mentioned Sea Sharp Tunes owner and Hatteras Island musician Barry Wells. “I recall enjoying in the parking good deal at the initially at any time Rock The Cape at Koru’s Seaside Klub 10 years back. I’m excited about the audio lineup I assisted build for this year’s most important phase with the excellent people at Dare County Arts Council. Bigger Education is a reggae/rock fusion trio from my hometown and this is their to start with time enjoying on Hatteras Island, and I can not hold out for anyone to experience them. Safe Room is a undertaking that Blake Durham and I collaborated on this earlier offseason with some of our musical brothers from New Bern. My favorite band to share with you all at Rock The Cape is VSTLTY (pronounced Versatility). They engage in some of the truest, rawest, most potent and straightforward tunes I have witnessed in my time. They are pure rock n’ roll . . . a correct musical experience!”
The evening will conclude with a multimedia visual artwork practical experience by Hatteras Island artist Robin Vuchnich.
Admission to the art clearly show and live performance is absolutely free and equally gatherings are relatives-welcoming.
On Friday, June 3, Rock The Cape will host Friday Arts on the Island, which is an all-working day 1st Friday tour of the galleries on Hatteras Island. The galleries participating in Friday Arts on the Island will have demonstrations, courses, income, raffles, music, food stuff, drink and more happening at their destinations. Take a look at DareArts.org/rockthecape to see a full list of the taking part galleries.
“We will be carrying out artist demonstrations from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Kinnakeet Clay in Previous Avon Village during Friday Arts on the Island,” claimed proprietor of Kinnakeet Clay and ceramic artist Antoinette Gaskins Mattingly. “Artist Ruth Moffatt and myself will be performing wheel-throwing and handbuilding demonstrations.”
Rock The Cape was started in 2012 as an initiative to celebrate the galleries, artists, and creative community on Hatteras Island.
Rock The Cape is sponsored by Vacasa, co-hosted by Kitty Hawk Kites and sponsored by the Outer Financial institutions People Bureau.
For additional data about Rock The Cape, take a look at DareArts.org/rockthecape or simply call 252-473-5558.
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