WAG’s Jazz on the Rooftop Goes Country

There’s no campfire on the WAG’s rooftop sculpture garden but Red Moon Road will make you think there is. Inspired by the lake, campfires, outdoor living, and kitchen party jams, this down-home, acoustic folk and roots band will wind up the WAG’s 34th Jazz on the Rooftop concert series on Thursday, August 25. Doors open at 6pm, with the concert starting at 7:30. Tickets are $21 for WAG members and $25 for non-members, and allow free Gallery admission the day of the concert. There is also a cash bar and an optional dinner by Storm Restaurant for $20. Tickets are available in person at the WAG or through their website at wag.ca.

Red Moon Road is a Winnipeg-based, touring songwriters’ collective. The band is driven by the reckless abandon and disarming beauty of vocalist Erin Propp, the songwriting of power-house multi-instrumentalist Daniel Jordan, and the sweet harmonies and banjo/mandolin playing of Daniel Peloquin-Hopfner.

With a powerful and honest live delivery, the band has been winning hearts and fans at festivals (Trout Forest, Fire N’ Water, Harvest Moon), house concerts, and venues (Times Change(d) High and Lonesome Club, West End Cultural Centre) throughout Manitoba and Ontario since its 2010 inception.

"Red Moon Road is comprised of a very talented group of musicians that have emerged from Winnipeg's remarkable roots music scene. They are sure to find success both at home and on the road throughout Canada. Highly recommended". John Scoles, President/Janitor of the Times Change(D) High and Lonesome Club, Winnipeg Manitoba.



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