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66 photos that capture the spirit of WayHome

Posted by Staff / July 27, 2015

wayhomeWayHome took over the Burl's Creek grounds on the weekend for three days of music, food and good times. With 35,000 in attendance, it was a massive endeavour, but one that went surprisingly well for a first year festival.

Take a look at the all the action from three days of WayHome in this photo gallery.
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Your photos of WayHome

Posted by Alice Prendergast / July 27, 2015

wayhomeThe first ever WayHome music festival is a wrap. Three blissful days and nights of live music, food, booze, art, camping and all around good times is now in the rear view mirror as Burl's Creek returns to its former state of peace and quiet until next July.

We asked our followers on Instagram to tag their photos of WayHome and from the submissions we've rounded up some of our favourites below. Check out the whole gallery here.

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Inaugural WayHome festival a huge success

Posted by Staff / July 27, 2015

wayhomeIt's no longer Bonnaroo of the north. After this weekend, WayHome can stand on its own. With genre-spanning, well-known international acts such as Sam Smith, Kendrick Lamar, Run the Jewels, alt-J and duh, Neil Young, the festival brought out a mass of 35,000 people for its inaugural year.

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The top 5 lost punk clubs in Toronto

Posted by Evan Sue-Ping / July 26, 2015

lost punk clubs torontoThe punk scene in Toronto has a long and storied history. From jam-packed, sweat-stained basement clubs to full scale riots on outdoor stages, our city knows how to entertain danger. Still home to some of the country's finest punk and hardcore, Toronto has its fair share of venues to welcome our aggressive tendencies, but there are a great many that we've lost along the way.

Here's a selection of punk rock bars that are gone but not forgotten.

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Broken Social Scene plays surprise show at WayHome

Posted by Amy Grief / July 26, 2015

Broken Social SceneWhen news that Passion Pit cancelled their scheduled performance at WayHome Music Festival due to illness, rumours ran amuck at Burl's Creek Event Grounds about who would replace them. That is until event organizers revealed Broken Social Scene would be swapped in.

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The Flaming Lips stir up a frenzy for Panamania

Posted by Evan Sue-Ping / July 20, 2015

Flaming Lips TorontoThe Panamania Live concert series took a turn for the trippy last night when Oklahoma pop-psyche troubadours The Flaming Lips took to the stage at Nathan Philips Square. The results were as colourful as the parade of flags that adorn the Pan Am games itself.

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