Often described as one of Canada’s best up-and-coming acts, Hey Ocean! brings their infectious melodies to Stanley Park for the Voices in the Park benefit concert on Sept.15th, 2012
Hailing from Vancouver, Hey Ocean! is the latest hometown favorite to join the star-studded lineup in Stanley Park on Sept.15th. Often described as one of Canada’s best up-and-coming acts, Hey Ocean! is a young band with an extraordinary talent for blending various musical styles into a brand of infectious pop that is uniquely their own. Continuously leaving fans in awe, Ashleigh Ball, David Beckingham and David Vertesi, combine sheer talent, charismatic songs, and an undeniably energetic live show, making them a must-see band. Their latest album, “Is” released in May, 2012, is packed full of catchy riffs and soulful melodies that will be sure to have Stanley Park a buzz with the sound of their sweet harmonies.
Hey Ocean! will be joining Sarah McLachlan, Stevie Nicks, Jann Arden, Hedley, The Boom Booms, Grammy Award winning producer Chin Injeti, The Vancouver Men’s Chorus and President Bill Clinton in helping to raise funds in support of the Sarah McLachlan School of Music.
Tickets for the Voices in Park concert are on sale now and moving fast! Starting at just $85 inclusive of all fees, tickets can be purchased from the concert website www.voicesinthepark.com and on www.ticketmaster.com . A limited number of general Admission tickets for kids 12 and under are available for just $10 when purchased with an adult ticket. A map and details on how to access the site and suggested transportation routes can be found at www.voicesinthepark.com.
About The Sarah McLachlan School of Music
The Sarah McLachlan School of Music is a registered charity and offers free music programs for underserved and at-risk youth in Vancouver. The school focuses on inspiring confidence and success in students, while promoting a lifelong love of the arts. Funds raised from the concert will be used to further expand the free after-school music programs available for students and to increase the number of students.