Dec
15
to Dec 16

Squid Lid

Squid Lid is a spectacle of wondrous darkness. A deep bass sea party where an eerie cast of creatures change before your very eyes! A sound mash of Neo-Industrial, Electro-House, Crunchy Dubstep, and Circus Soundtracks scores their unforgettable stage show featuring signature masks, costumes, lighting, projections and aerial acrobatics. Come wear a mask and be a part of the next dark electro-pop glow show!

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Dec
23
to Dec 24

Tom Savage

Tom Savage is what one might refer to as a triple-threat. One part truth-telling troubadour, one part death-defying guitar slinger, and one part Country Blues howler. Each facet of his formidable on-stage persona carefully crafted over a 20+ year devotion to the composition and performance of song.

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Dec
26
to Dec 27

Goldwing

The core members of Goldwing are Ryan Gollogly (lead singer/songwriter, guitarist), Nick “Pickins” Patterson (banjo/vocals), Matt Kirby (electric guitar/vocals), Matt “Jeebs” Simpson (bass), Tony Silvestri (keyboards/vocals), with a revolving cast of musicians joining the band on stage to add drums and female vocals.

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Dec
9
to Dec 10

The Mahones and Friends

 In support of Joe's Mill. $10 Donation

The Mahones formed on St. Patrick's Day in 1990, and have been working on their own brand of Irish punk ever since. With a working class ethic and a love of classic punk, Dublin-born Finny McConnell formed the band to combine his love of punk rock with his Irish culture. 

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Dec
9
3:00 PM15:00

The Mahones and Friends

Afternoon Acoustic Concert in support of Martha's Table. $10 Donation

The Mahones formed on St. Patrick's Day in 1990, and have been working on their own brand of Irish punk ever since. With a working class ethic and a love of classic punk, Dublin-born Finny McConnell formed the band to combine his love of punk rock with his Irish culture. 

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Dec
2
to Dec 3

The Meringues

The Meringues have a whole new meaning for stage presence. They're like a freight train that's about to de-rail; an abandoned building leaning on it's last lonesome support wall. 

One screw comes loose, and the whole thing could come crashing down right in front of your eyes. Their live show is a catastrophe waiting to happen and you won't be able look away.

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Dec
1
to Dec 2

The Cardboard Crowns

The Cardboard Crowns, a band creating a mischievous maelstrom of adventure from the raw tenacity of punk, the majestic swagger of ska and not forgetting a very healthy dose of pop. High-energy entertainment is what they deliver and they're not afraid to show it!

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Nov
25
to Nov 26

The Do Good Badlies

The DGB is proud to be on the heavier side of a new Rock & Roll movement in Canada being led by bands like Hollerado and the Arkells. Heavy Alternative Rock drunk with 70's Rock & Roll swagger and a live show so energetic you can't help but be consumed by it. Think the Black Keys meets Queens of the Stone Age with just a touch of that classic "Can-Rock" sound.

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Nov
11
to Nov 12

The Huaraches

The Huaraches are Kingston, Ontario’s finest/only purveyors of instrumental surf punk. They take the spirit of artists like Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet and The Ventures, add reverb, jumpsuits and impunity, then just straight-up put on a show.

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Oct
27
to Oct 28

Major Love

MAJOR LOVE is a new album - and a band of bands - featuring members of Scenic Route To Alaska, Colleen Brown, Elijah Abrams and Jesse and the Dandelions. From Edmonton, Alberta by way of Kingston, Ontario, they make soulful pop-rock music for their hoser friends.

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Oct
21
to Oct 22

Aestrid

Aestrid is a three-piece band from Soest, the Netherlands. Their sound balances between post-punk and ambient electronic music meeting the wideness of shoegaze in the middle. Whether it is about the randomness while improvising, or the perfectionism that used to rule the early days of the band, Aestrid is always about the feeling that remains.

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Sep
2
to Sep 3

Georgia Straits

Often described as "not bad", "pretty loud" and "I saw them once when I was really drunk", Georgia Straits have taken the Kingston music scene by storm since their first show in September of 2016. With their energetic (borderline aggressive) indie sound and manic stage act, a Georgia Straits show will at best blow you away, and at worst leave you mildly entertained by the guy rolling around yelling into the mic. Ian Winkler and Dan Gillis both play guitar and lead vocals, Logan Barr tickles the ivory keys, and Josh Rodley pounds the drums and provides sweet, sweet back-up vocals. 

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Aug
11
to Aug 12

The Wilderness

The Wilderness was born from the words of Dick Prenicke, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Charles Bukowski, Irvine Welsh and other prolific 20th century writers. Through dedication and optimism, The Wilderness has completed the transformation from 4 university students to a fully formed indie rock band. With influences spanning an esoteric musical spectrum, The Wilderness will continue to reinvent itself and seek to draw in an audience that can handle the ride.

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