Over The Top Fest 2007: Bob Wiseman

Over The Top Fest 2007: Night Three

Over The Top Fest 2007 is half-way done. However, there's still more great music and theatre to be had! There will be a Saturday afternoon matinee and a film festival! Bands playing are the likes of Mt. Eerie, Bob Wiseman, The Phonemes, Genghis Tron, Arnold Dreyblatt & more. More info? Oh yes, click below!

Details for Night Three:SATURDAY, MAY 5TH

Bob Wiseman
The Phonemes (CD Release)
Jason Trachtenburg (of the Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players)

Whippersnapper Art Gallery
587a College St.
8PM.
$10ADV/12DR

Matinee @ Tranzac (12:30-4:30PM)
w. Matt & Kim
Page France
Yah Mos Def
The Fancy Claps

Mt. Eerie
Ghost Hands
Anni Rossi

St. Stephen-in-the-Fields Church
103 Bellevue Avenue @ College
7PM.
$14ADV/$15DR

Arnold Dreyblatt

The Music Gallery
197 John St.
8PM.
$15 regular/$10 member + senior/$5 student

Genghis Tron
Courtesy Blush
Clipd Beaks

Sneaky Dees
431 College St.
9PM
$9ADV/10DR.

First Annual Over The Top Film Festival
Aweberg - 1:00PM
Musical Brotherhoods from the Trans-Saharan Highway - 2:00PM
The Guatemalan Handshake - 3:30PM
Before The Music Dies - 5:30PM
Jandek: Duality of Self - 8:00PM

National Film Board of Canada
150 John St.

Theatre/Dance

Stacked Crooked (contemporary dance performance)
@ Annex Theatre
730 Bathurst St.
3:30p.m.
$10

Giant Killer Shark
@ Annex Theatre
730 Bathurst St.
1.30pm & 7:30 P.M.
$10


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