Enjoy the last of our West Side Thursdays summer performances with Karma Rocket (rescheduled from July) as part of the City of Providence's 2017 Celebrate Providence! Neighborhood Performing Arts Initiative.
Set against the backdrop of the Armory Farmers Market, West Side Thursdays – now in its 14th year – is WBNA's free and family-friendly destination event that takes place over three Thursdays in July. These public performances bring neighbors together while showcasing local artists and musicians, and feature activities for kids as well as the Armory Farmer's Market Beer Garden by Laughing Gorilla Catering and Revival Brewing Company.
August 3 Schedule
Armory Farmers Market
Karma Rocket band
about Karma Rocket
Karma Rocket creates gritty post-punk sung with soul. Songs are about connections and isolation, cities and the coming apocalypse, destruction and hope. Proud to be part of RI’s 75orLess Records, Karma Rocket is Jim Almo, Jon Ford, Sean Geoghegan, Dan Moos, and Erin Wright.
Karma Rocket member Daniel Moos has worked on several projects in the neighborhood including assisting the WBNA in the brownfield cleanup of the property located at 1326 Westminster. Dan understands and appreciates the vibrancy and diversity of our neighborhood by working on projects to help with the WBNA’s mission to promote the West Side as a safe and sustainable place to be SWELL (Shop, Work, Eat, Live and Learn Locally).
West Side Thursdays is made possible by a grant from the City of Providence and is part of Mayor Jorge Elorza's 2017 Celebrate Providence! Neighborhood Performing Arts Initiative.
Poster design by Jimmy Lazer