Wrong Wave 2013 is fast approaching. On Saturday, UNIT/PITT will be hosting a showcase of performances accompanied by an installation by Yuriko Iga as part of the festival.
Come by at 8.30 to see Elizabeth Fischer’s most recent lyrical venture, Orphans and dogs. Also performing is Mark Szabo, a founding member of bands Horsey, Good Horsey and Capozzi Park. A pioneer of the 90’s indie music scene in Vancouver, his performances are few and far between — catch this rare opportunity to see him play. Recently added to the bill are New Moon Poncho Deejays from Portland, Oregon — they’ve been selecting the world’s most feminist music since 2008. We’re into that.
Do Wrong Wave right and get a festival pass for $15 at wrongwave2013.eventbrite.ca while you still can — it’ll grant you admission to all events for the duration of the festival.
Complete schedule of events and more information here.