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About the artist: Tissa Rahim is an RnB songstress with a Middle Eastern flare. Tissa combines modern soul with her multi-generational background in Iranian music and deeply personal lyrics. With a 40-city North American tour under her belt, Tissa’s upcoming releases are certain to capture the attention of the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

About the venue: The Queen’s Park Farm is a casual outdoor venue in beautiful Queen’s Park, New Westminster. Hand washing, social distancing and other COVID-19 protocols will be in place.

At the Arts Council of New Westminster, we live and work on the unceded, traditional territories
of the Coast Salish peoples of the QayQayt (qiqéyt) Nation as well as all Coast Salish Nations.

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About the Artist:
KEALOHA
{ kay – ah – loh – hah }
Through her gifts as a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and dancer, KeAloha invites us into the moments of liberation that we find when we hold ourselves, eachother, and our complex intersections with tenderness, solidarity, and pride. KeAloha is a mixed race femme with chronic illness disability, whose blood carries legacies of Polynesian navigators and dancers, Lheidli trappers and medicine people, Irish farmer-settlers, and Chinese immigrants. Her music is a vessel for her to build relationships and understanding with the many identities she holds. A usual suspect in Vancouver’s RnB, Latinx, jazz, fusion, Hip Hop, Neo-Soul, Folk, and Pop scenes, KeAloha is committed to shaping her career and community through reciprocity for the people and music-cultures who inspire her.

KeAloha will be joined by:
Axel Loitz – Guitar/ Vocals
Tayler Jade- Vocals
Ariane Custodio – Vocals

About the venue: The Queen’s Park Farm is a casual outdoor venue in beautiful Queen’s Park, New Westminster. Hand washing, social distancing and other COVID-19 protocols will be in place.

At the Arts Council of New Westminster, we live and work on the unceded, traditional territories
of the Coast Salish peoples of the QayQayt (qiqéyt) Nation as well as all Coast Salish Nations.

Thank you for your interest in our 2018 Summer Music Program. Our Call for Musicians is now closed