General Admission Standing Room Only
Introducing Surfer Girl, led by the charismatic Carter Reeves, the former front man of the hip-hop/pop sensation Aer. Embodying the laid-back spirit of coastal living, Carter has seamlessly transitioned from his Aer days to craft a sound that's all about good vibes and groovy rhythms. Their music seamlessly combines indie-pop, reggae, surf-rock, and hip-hop elements. Hailing from Wayland, MA, Carter's music captures the essence of sun-soaked days and breezy evenings.
In the past year, Surfer Girl has left an indelible mark on the festival circuit, gracing major stages at Sea.Hear.Now, SunFest, Cali Vibes, Reggae Rise Up and many more. Carter's magnetic stage presence and Surfer Girl's infectious tunes create an atmosphere that's both nostalgic and fresh. Audiences can't help but get swept up in the sonic journey, making every performance a memorable experience.
As a seasoned performer with a knack for connecting with diverse crowds, Carter Reeves and Surfer Girl bring a unique blend of musical prowess and beachy coolness to every show.
SITTING ON STACY
Sitting on Stacy is a San Diego, California based power trio known for their high energy performances. They like to explore different genres and experiment with a variety of styles, always pushing the limits. The band consists of members Hoyt Yeatman (lead vocals/guitar), Kyle Hart (bass/vocals) and Trevor Smith (drums).
Sitting on Stacy has toured with the Jonas Brothers and has released two full-length albums, “Obsessed” and “Perfectly Sane”. They are planning on multiple music releases in 2022.
Virginia-based singer/songwriter/producer Ryan Wright creates songs that don’t make sense on paper–an ethereal voice singing angsty lyrics over confectionary synth-driven hooks. Her lyrics–at times profane, often tongue-in-cheek, occasionally devastating–reveal a searing wit and a sensitive heart. Her arresting voice embodies the kind of teenage heartache that is deeply personal and yet universal and timeless.
Her influences range from the classic (The Cars, Roy Orbison, The Smiths) to the current (The Killers, The 1975, Lana Del Ray) to the local musicians she grew up playing with alongside her dad. Her indie dream-pop has been compared to Lorde, Lennon Stella and The Japanese House.
Her undeniably relatable lyrics and dreamy production take the mundane—everything from friend drama to being ghosted by boys to dealing with anxiety—and transform it into the sublime. Wright confides, “My songs are essentially my bottled-up emotions all being poured out in a way that makes them sound surreal. I wanted to make these very relatable experiences sound unfamiliar and strange–almost like listening to a soundtrack from an alternate reality.”