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The Toronto Independent Music Photography Exhibit at The Embassy

Tomorrow night (Sunday), a couple of blogTO contributors (Beth Hamill and Garry Tsaconas will be joined by six other Toronto area music photographers to kick off the inaugural Toronto Independent Music Photography Exhibit at The Embassy (223 Augusta Ave. in Kensington Market).

Like the name suggests, the exhibit will feature lots of great photos (like Beth's above) of Toronto indie bands in action. This is THE alternative Super Bowl Party. Kickoff is at 6pm and there will be free samosas substituting for Doritos. Live music performances by members of dd/mm/yyyy, The Rural Alberta Advantage, and Woodhands. (at 9, 8 and 7 respectively)

If you can't make it out tomorrow night, the show will be running at least through the end of this month. Photos for sale starting at $25.


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