Sooke Harbour House, in conjunction with WAM (Wide Awake Music) Productions is pleased to announce the Summer Music Series which will be taking place at the Pavilion, Sooke Harbour House, from June through to the end of August, 2016.
All the artists who have been booked to play at the Pavilion are highly respected award-winning musicians who have received much acclaim from both their fans and musical peers.
Kicking off the Summer Music Series on Saturday, June 11 at 8pm is Adonis Puentes, who has been nominated for a Juno Award and garnered a Grammy Award nomination for his lead vocalist work with the nine-piece, L.A.-based Mongorama.
Adonis has toured with Irakere veteran Maraca Orland Valle and sang at L.A.’s Greek Theater, Hollywood & Highland, and Lincoln Center, where he shared the stage with Latin music luminaries Larry Harlow and Ruben Blades before 24,000 New York fans. He has performed at festivals around the world from South by Southwest in Austin, Texas to Java Jazz in Jakarta, Indonesia.
“I have traveled the world singing. My mission in life is to share my music, giving people joy,” Adonis explains. “My new recording captures my poetic journey, my revelations and my maturing as an artist.”
Adonis will be joined by a three-piece group that includes his father, renowned Cuban musician Valentin Puentes.
Tickets are $30 and are available from Sooke Harbour House, as well as The Stick In The Mud Coffee, Sooke Shoppers Drug Mart and online via Eventbrite.ca. This show is expected to sell out very fast as seating at the Pavilion is limited to 100.
For additional information, please call Phil at WAM Productions: 778-922-3254.