Wavelength 500 Music Festival Toronto - The Music Gallery - Bruce Peninsula

Night One of Wavelength 500 in Photos

Wavelength Music Arts Project is celebrating the tenth anniversary of their weekly concert series with a five-night festival at five different venues across the city. Night one went down at the Music Gallery yesterday evening, and featured performances from Canaille, Deep Dark United, Pony Da Look, Evening Hymns and Bruce Peninsula.

Check out my photos of the proceedings.

Deep Dark United

 Wavelength 500 Music Festival Toronto - The Music Gallery - Deep Dark United


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Pony Da Look

 Wavelength 500 Music Festival Toronto - The Music Gallery - Pony Da Look


 Wavelength 500 Music Festival Toronto - The Music Gallery - Pony Da Look  Wavelength 500 Music Festival Toronto - The Music Gallery - Pony Da Look Wavelength 500 Music Festival Toronto - The Music Gallery - Pony Da Look

Evening Hymns

 Wavelength 500 Music Festival Toronto - The Music Gallery - Evening Hymns


 Wavelength 500 Music Festival Toronto - The Music Gallery - Evening Hymns  Wavelength 500 Music Festival Toronto - The Music Gallery - Evening Hymns

Bruce Peninsula

 Wavelength 500 Music Festival Toronto - The Music Gallery - Bruce Peninsula


 Wavelength 500 Music Festival Toronto - The Music Gallery - Bruce Peninsula  Wavelength 500 Music Festival Toronto - The Music Gallery - Bruce Peninsula  Wavelength 500 Music Festival Toronto - The Music Gallery - Bruce Peninsula

Photos by Matthew McAndrew.

Check back tomorrow for photos from night two, featuring Professor Fingers, Diamond Rings, Fembots, The Russian Futurists and Holy Fuck.


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