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Hot Ticket for the week of June 19 - June 25


Ready for sensory overload? Mississauga poster boys The Meligrove Band are storming Lee's Palace (529 Bloor St. W.) this Thursday, and are bringing Matt Murphy's City Field, Cuff the Duke's Wayne Petti, and The Grates - all the way from Australia - with them. And since that's clearly not enough, the Meligroves will be boasting a horn & string section featuring members of the Bicycles, Henri & the Adorables, Most Serene Republic and Born Ruffians. DJ FINISH HIM spins between bands, so your feet stay moving all night. Thursday June 22, 9 pm. $12 -- Beth

The Revival (651 Queen West) plays host to a solid underground hip-hop bill. Boston-based lyricist Mr. Lif, Cage (of Eastern Conference fame) and the criminally-underrated Camu Tao hold things down this Tuesday June 20, 8 pm. $18/$21 -- Ryan

For the party of unlimited people who want to raise their hands to the heavens, Permafrost Records is putting on an anniversary show this Friday at The Horseshoe Tavern, featuring Jon-Rae & The River, Femme Generation, The Barmitzvah Brothers & The Patients. This show will undoubtedly be your ticket to good times. Friday June 23rd, $8 tickets at the door ONLY. -- Garry

Two great bands and one great cause. The Toronto Kickball Fundraiser party with The Guest Bedroom, The Ghost Is Dancing and DJ Soju (Zoi Zoi). Thursday, June 22nd at Sneaky Dee's. -- Mike


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