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Culture Days will return September 22 – October 15, 2023.
Sister Says Live at Jack Poole Plaza
Date and time
Jack Poole Plaza
Offered in English.
Sister Says is a soulful indie pop duo/group based out of Vancouver, fronted by mixed Haida-Tsimshian siblings Gillian and Robert Thomson. Dreamy, eclectic, and lyrically rich, Sister Says’s roots stem from the soul, blues, and pop music the two grew up around as children.
Performing at festivals, and an array of venues in BC, Ontario, and Manitoba. A highlight includes performing at the BC Pavilion in Beijing, and at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto, opening for Stars and Blackie, and the Rodeo Kings. Currently Sister Says performs as a duo, trio, and full band steadily in Vancouver, as well as at festivals in BC. They are working on their third recording of mood shifting melodic songs.
“Their sound is smooth, their lyrics intelligent and their creative chemistry produces a new take on songs redolent to Annie Lennox and The Eurhythmics and the 1980’s group Everything But the Girl.” – BC Musician Magazine, Janet Rogers
Society to Bridge Arts and Community
The Greater Vancouver Society to Bridge Arts and Community (Bridge Society) is a registered charitable organization that has a mandate to promote awareness of arts and culture by establishing bridges between the general public, the private sector, arts organizations, and individual artists. Bridge Society staff work together with a volunteer provincial task force and steering committee, municipalities, and numerous community arts and cultural organizations to coordinate plans for the Culture Days weekend.
This event is part of a hub:
Join us for our Culture Days pop-up event at Jack Poole Plaza! Free Vancouver Culture Days programs will be available onsite. This hub will be feature performances by: -Local indie/pop group Sister Says -Award-winning sitar player Mohamed...