Joce Reyome (left) & T. Thomason

LACUNA presents T. Thomason and Joce Reyome

Date & Time

Saturday, July 16
10:00 pm

Location

Sportsman's Club, 175 Great George St, Charlottetown

Cost & Tickets

→ Pay At The Door
→ Doors open at 9 pm

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T. Thomason has been impressing fans with emotional and highly energetic performances for over a decade. In 2019, T. won CTV’s The Launch, which landed his single “Hope” on Top 40 radio. In 2021, T. released his own take on Bruce Cockburn’s classic, “Lovers in a Dangerous Time,” and it was listed as number one on CBC Music’s “12 heartwarming, life-affirming music videos to watch during Pride” list that year.

Joce Reyome is no stranger to the music scene, having just received the Music PEI Entertainer of the Year Award. They have toured with Russell Louder, collaborated with KINLEY, Dylan Menzie and more, and they will be performing in Harmony House Theatre’s production, Jailbirds, this summer in Hunter River. Their “live show isn’t to be missed,” says Glydon, “it’s as endearing, and as full of talent and dad jokes as you’d expect from this charming artist.”

Hannah Melanson, who identifies as non-binary, is the sound technician for this event’s sound technician. 

LACUNA is a new queer DIY events company founded by Andy Glydon. This is their first event—organized by, and including, non-binary and trans artists.

“LACUNA was born from the experiences I had with being part of the organizing team behind PEI’s Pride Festivals in 2019 and 2020.” Glydon recognized the gap in events that support the queer community all year round, which inspired their company’s name, LACUNA, defined as an unfilled space, a blank space, or a missing part.

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