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Get a Little Bass Akwardz at The Social

I'll be the first to admit, I'm not much of an outdoors-woman...but if I were, I'd probably steer clear of these guys - then again, they seem like a complete riot so perhaps I should be paying attention to their camping quips.

Bass Akwardz by local Toronto Creator/Producer Kris King, is a comedic look at wilderness survival through the eyes of a nutty crew called The Bass Akwardz Society. Together they have come up with a kind of "Camping for Dummies" series that explores the Canadian Wilderness while an animated and very French Canadian bass heckles their every move.

On Tuesday March 6th, Rustik Entertainment is hosting Neon Lure at The Social to raise money for the on-going development of this knee-slapping "how-to" and "how-not-to" television show. Not only will there be a viewing of the demo for the show, there will be live entertainment such as the hillbilly/folksy blues stylings of Mr. Rick and the Biscuits and the New World Rhythms of The Liquidaires.

Doors open at 8pm, so if you want a night of eclectic entertainment, some fishy nonsense and a chance to get a little Bass Akwardz come to The Social and get your Neon Lure on.

Neon Lure @ The Social
March 6th, 2007. 8pm.
1100 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON


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