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Mississauga Music @ Indie Week 2017

  • 120 Church Street Toronto, ON, M5C 2G8 Canada (map)

Mississauga Music & Indie Week presents:

An Evening With...
5:30 PM - Wilson & The Cast Aways
6:15 PM - Jammer's Waffle House
7:00 PM - Arlene Paculan Music
7:45 PM - Uforia

...featuring originals & covers of Billy TalentThe DreamboatsMorning ThievesillScarlett & more...!

Tickets: https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1561745
Advance: $8
Door: $10

ARTIST INFO

Wilson & The Cast Aways
There is a melody running through my life this is my attempt at sharing that with you" stories told in melody and harmony & singing strings --Wilson & The Cast Aways are a rotating cast of friends united by their love of acoustic music and story-telling, to find an audience and make something unique together, to truly connect is our goal: let's be friends, we'll see you at the show!

Jammer's Waffle House
Jammer’s Waffle House is an Indie Pop Rock band founded in 2012 through a shared passion to make music and entertain. Since the beginning JWH has provided a strong and diverse repertoire spanning across many genres. The band has gained many fans over the years with their unique sound. Whether you’ve loved, lost or even if you’re hungry there is a song to grab your attention.

Arlene Paculan Music
Arlene Paculan creates soulful pop with passion. The Filipino-Canadian’s debut album, “Everything Begins with Love” has been embraced by CBC Radio. Arlene was named the runner-up for NOW Toronto Magazine’s Best Songwriter for 2015 and was in the Top 10 Regional Finals for CBC’s Searchlight Contest in the same year. She has performed across Canada, LA, NYC, England, Scotland, Holland, and France. Arlene has also graced many stages and festivals such as Mississauga Celebration Square, Nathan Phillips Square, Taste of the Danforth, Bread & Honey Festival and many more.

Uforia
UFORIA is: Songs you wake up the next day humming. Howling guitar duets echoing a lost era. New noises that tear your face off. Killer vocals, killer harmonies. Happy words, sad words. Wild young musicians pounding out a heavy, sometimes-simple, sometimes-complex orchestration of power-rhythms, riffs, beautiful chord changes and melodies - and it feels like a party.

Earlier Event: November 10
Gordon Lightfoot @ Living Arts Centre
Later Event: November 15
Huge Cosmic @ The Piston