Over The Top Fest 2007: The Hylozoists

Over The Top Fest 2007: Night One

Over The Top Fest 2007 begins tomorrow, and there's a slew of shows to lead off the festivities. The fair share of the bands to see are The Hylozoists, Julie Doiron, DD/MM/YYYY, Page France, Five Blank Pages & more. Oh, and there's some theatre stuff, too. Have a look! Click below!

Details for Night One: THURSDAY, MAY 3RD

The Hylozoists
Casper & The Cookies
The Icicles

Tranzac (292 Brunswick Avenue)
8PM
$11ADV/$12DR.

Julie Doiron
Pit Er Pat
Reily

St. Stephen-in-the-Fields Church (103 Bellevue Avenue @ College)
7PM.
$13.50ADV/$15DR

DD/MM/YYYY
Ecstatic Sunshine
Rozasia

Sneaky Dees (431 College St.)
9PM
$8ADV/DR.

Page France
Five Blank Pages
Great Bloomers

Whippersnapper Art Gallery (587A College Street)
8PM.
$10.50ADV/$12DR

As previously advertised, Over The Top Fest is now showcasing film, dance & theatre. Playing throughout the festival will be 'Giant Killer Shark': a stage parody of a certain shark-based horror from the mid-1970's turned into a comedy.

Giant Killer Shark
@ Annex Theatre (730 Bathurst St.)
7:30 & 9:30 P.M.

Grab advanced tickets before they all go (psst, especially The Hylozoists show).

Also, Over The Top Fest will be advertised JUST a bit more tonight on MTV LIVE (channel 56) as Eric Warner, festival proprietor, will be on the air to say a few words with Leslie Feist looking over his shoulder.


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