Sunset Wednesday: Bombay Rickey
On the Great Lawn
Video: Taki Rari
Kamala Sankaram - Voice, Accordion
Jeff Hudgins -Saxophones, Voice
Drew Fleming -Guitar, Voice
Nick Cudahy - Bass
Brian (Shankar) Adler -Drums
Praised as "a true treat for the adventurous ear" (Time Out New York), Bombay Rickey might be the soundtrack to a Bollywood Noir from the 1960s or a Spaghetti Western that never existed. The five-piece band defies easy categorization, with a unique sound evocative of cinematic soundscapes. Performing covers and original music that borrow equally from the worlds of Surf Rock, Cumbia, Spaghetti Western and Bollywood, and balanced out with a coloratura homage to Yma Sumac, Bombay Ricky’s music is complex but playful, danceable and intellectual―and unlike anything you’ve ever heard.
Sunset Wednesday concerts are held on the Great Lawn. Please leave your blankets home, but feel free to bring a picnic and your own folding chair--ours will fill quickly. You may also use the picnic area adjacent to Glyndor Gallery, or purchase supper from The Café and dine on the Kate French Terrace. In case of rain, the music will move indoors to Armor Hall with overflow space in the Mark Twain Room and the covered terrace. There is no food or drink allowed in Armor Hall. Check wavehill.org for shuttle service and for The Café menu on Sunset Wednesdays.
Grounds open till 8:30PM.
Glyndor Gallery and The Cafe will be open till 7:30PM.
Perkins Visitor Center and Shop till 7PM.
Free with admission to the grounds. Special evening admission to the grounds starts at 4PM; $12 general adult admission; $8 student and seniors 65+; $6 children ages six+.
Purchase admission online by 4pm on day of event and save $2. Online registration opens May 28. (Sorry, no refunds or credits.) Free to Wave Hill Members and children under age six. No guest passes or reciprocal admission accepted.
Sunset Wednesdays offer a series of seven lively outdoor concerts on the Great Lawn overlooking the Hudson River. Enjoy an inspiring mix of jazz, world, folk, Latin and Caribbean artists in this highly anticipated, summer series.