Celebrate SECCA's Drawn-out Gala Week with a live performance with Victoria Victoria and Josh Kimbrough!

Thursday, October 22, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm | Back Lawn

Join us on the SECCA back lawn for a magical autumnal evening with Victoria Victoria, performing as a 7-piece band on our new and picturesque lake stage! Special guest Josh Kimbrough will open the show with tunes from his fantastic new album. A food truck will be on-sit serving dinner and drinks will be available for purchase via full cash bar.

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Learn more about Drawn-out Gala Week here. Your contribution during Gala Week helps provide vital support during this challenging time, so SECCA may continue bringing world-class exhibitions, experiences, and education programs to the community.

Drawn-Out Gala Week is sponsored by Blanco Tackabery and FIRST BANK.


"Since the release of Victoria Victoria's 2016 debut album Coastal Beast, it's been difficult to imagine what the band's follow-up record might sound like. With such palpably fresh talent, there is a notion that a second effort wouldn't compare to the debut, that, as with many groups with stellar first records, this might be a band that had dried up its creative well. And yet, as subtly beautiful as Coastal Beast first appeared on the music scene, Victoria Victoria has come back even stronger after releasing a new single, "Free Labor."

The brainchild and creative workings of singer and songwriter Tori Elliott, Victoria Victoria began in Winston-Salem after Elliott relocated to the Camel City from Ohio in 2012 with Hannah Riggin, her friend and fellow band member. In the beginning it was just Elliott plucking out melodies on her keyboard, but she quickly gathered a band around her." - Triad City Beat

Check out Victoria Victoria's debut album Coastal Beast on Spotify, and visit their YouTube page for more videos!


Josh Kimbrough is a fingerstyle guitarist and composer from Chapel Hill, NC. For the last 15 years he's been a core member of the NC collective, Trekky Records (Lost in the Trees, Phil Cook, Sylvan Esso). He learned to play by studying Freddie King instrumentals and Fernando Sor classical guitar exercises. Josh has teamed up with producer and bass player Jeff Crawford (The Dead Tongues, Big Star's Third) for the first full length under his own name. Slither, Soar & Disappear is an intimate and immersive song cycle inspired by the natural world, fatherhood, and the joy of solitude. On it, small ensembles of double bass, flute, strings, mandolin, banjo, and drums adorn his nylon and steel string guitar work.