Museum of Surrey

Join us at The Museum of Surrey as part of the Sounds of Summer outdoor concert series featuring R&B, Neo Soul artist, Tonye Aganaba!


Date & Time

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Add to Calendar 20220713 183000 20220717 200000 America/Vancouver Sounds of Summer: Tonye Aganaba Join us at The Museum of Surrey as part of the Sounds of Summer outdoor concert series featuring R&B, Neo Soul artist, Tonye Aganaba! 17710 56A Ave

Address

17710 56A Ave

Tickets & Pricing

Free, all ages welcome.

No tickets required.

Seating

Bring your own chair or blanket.

Washrooms

Washrooms and hand sanitation stations will be available on site.

No Pets

Only services animals permitted.

Food and Beverage

Remember to Pack It In, Pack It Out. If you pack a picnic to enjoy at the concert, please pack out all your waste at the end of the show and sort it into the appropriate waste streams at home.

Alcohol is not permitted in unlicensed public spaces at any time. 

 

About the Artist

Tonye Aganaba is a multidisciplinary artist, musician, and performer residing on the unceded territories of the Squamish, Musqueam & Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. They were born in London, England to parents of Nigerian and Zimbabwean descent. At the age of 13 Tonye moved to Canada, first to Prince Albert, SK, then on to the city of Dawson Creek, BC. Upon graduation, Tonye attended the University of Victoria’s Phoenix Theatre Program. 

Tonye’s style, like her gender, is fluid (or at the very least non-binary) - but can be described as Soul/Neo-Folk/R&B. Although unique - they have been likened to folx like Lauryn Hill, Ani DiFranco and Chaka Khan. Tonye is a Much More Music Video Award recipient, a steadfast fixture in their arts community - and the kind of singer/performer that turns heads wherever they go. 

Contact Info

604-501-5050