Following the 2020 Waypoints Forum, the Island Institute hosted its first after-party, OFF THE ROCK, celebrating the unique culture and community of Maine’s islands.
Taking place at SPACE in Portland, performances included three unique sets of music featuring the folk, punk, and rock n’ roll of Maine island life.
The bands that performed were: Tiger Saw, Bait Bag, and The Jacob James.
Tiger Saw frontman, Dylan Metrano, thanks the crowd during the Island Institute's Waypoints afterparty concert, Off The Rock, at SPACE in Portland.
North Haven-based punk group Bait Bag takes the stage to perform fan-favorites like “Horses” and "Burn."
Island Institute Community Development Officer Claire Donnelly, the drummer for Bait Bag, during one of the group's performances.
Penobscot Bay rock group, The Jacob James, makes their debut public performance at Off the Rock.
Courtney Naliboff, of Bait Bag, and Bill Trevaskis, of The Jacob James, sing together as the two bands share the stage during a joint performance.