Four-piece indie folk band Wooly will kick off the “Fourth Friday” concert series at the Guelph Civic Museum on June 28 — next Friday.
Wooly represents a collaboration of unique musical talents brought together through a common vision, a press release from Guelph Museums said.
Emerging from diverse musical experiences and influences, members strive to present a fusion of folk, jazz, rock and alternative that is truly original.
In 2017, four unique talents came together under the moniker Wooly. Their music and lyrics are innovative, energetic, and insightful presenting a fresh view of the human experience and evoking a range of visceral responses, a description of the band reads.
Also at this Fourth Friday event, Guelph’s 2019 artist-in-residence, Mallory Tolcher, will be on site throughout the evening to introduce her residency project.
Tolcher’s project, titled #GuelphMovesMe, aims to promote physical fitness on Guelph’s trails through an outdoor art exhibition along the Silvercreek and Eramosa River trails beginning in September.
Admission to the Civic Museum on Fourth Fridays is free after 5 p.m., with concerts beginning at 7 p.m., and performances will take place on the front patio, weather permitting.
The Guelph Civic Museum is located at 52 Norfolk St. and more information can be found on the Guelph Museums website.