Over The Top Fest 2007: Flosstradamus

Over The Top Fest 2007: Night Two

Over The Top Fest 2007 treads into Night Two. With the weekend beginning, you can't NOT go to so many shows, with the weather being amazing 'n all. Some of the sweet performances to be had tonight are Flosstradamus, The Blankket, Japanther, The Meligrove Band, Casiotone for the Painfully Alone, Michael Gira & more. Can't forget the continuation of theatre material. Plus, a dance number! More info? Proceed below!

Details for Night Two: FRIDAY, MAY 4TH

Over The Top & Pop Montreal Presents...
Flosstradamus
Yah Mos Def
The Blankket

Sneaky Dee's
431 College st.
9PM
$12.50

The Meligrove Band
Japanther (CD Release)
Matt & Kim

Mod Club
722 College St.
8PM
$10ADV/$12DR.

Michael Gira
Peter & The Wolf

Music Gallery
197 John St.
7PM
$20ADV/$22DR.

The Halifax Pop Explosion presents...
Rich Aucoin
BA Johnson
The Coast
Will Currie

Whippersnapper Art Gallery
587a College St.
8PM
$8


Casiotone For The Painfully Alone

Vague Angels
Nick Krgovich (of P:ano)

Tranzac
292 Brunswick Avenue
8PM.
$10.50ADV/$12DR

Film

Vidiotic: A Festival of Viral Videos & Micro-Shorts

Music Gallery Courtyard
197 John St.
8PM.
FREE
***weather pending

Theatre/Dance

Stacked Crooked (contemporary dance performance)
@ Annex Theatre
730 Bathurst St.
7:30p.m.
$10

Followed by...

Giant Killer Shark
@ Annex Theatre
730 Bathurst St.
9:30 P.M.
$10


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