Wavelength 500 Music Festival

Wavelength 500: Photos From Night Four

Wavelength continues to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their weekly Toronto concert series with a five-night festival at five different venues across the city.

Saturday night went down at SPK (Polish Combatants Hall), and featured sets from Danger Bay, Picastro, DonnĂŠ Roberts, Rockets Red Glare (reunion) and Constantines performing their self-titled debut album cover to cover.

I was there, and have a bunch of photos of the show to share.

Danger Bay

Wavelength 500 Music festival


Wavelength 500 Music festival

Picastro

Wavelength 500 Music festival


Wavelength 500 Music festival

DonnĂŠ Roberts

Wavelength 500 Music festival


Wavelength 500 Music festival Wavelength 500 Music festival

Rockets Red Glare

Wavelength 500 Music festival


Wavelength 500 Music festival Wavelength 500 Music festival

Constantines

Wavelength 500 Music festival


Wavelength 500 Music festival Wavelength 500 Music festival Wavelength 500 Music festival Wavelength 500 Music festival Wavelength 500 Music festival

WL500 kicked things off at the Music Gallery on Wednesday with performances from Canaille, Deep Dark United, Pony Da Look, Evening Hymns and Bruce Peninsula.

Night two featured Professor Fingers, Diamond Rings, Fembots, The Russian Futurists, Cadence Weapon and Holy Fuck at Steamwhisle Brewery.

Night three saw Young Mother, Magic Cheezies, Laura Barrett, The Bicycles and From Fiction play Sneaky Dee's.

Photos by Matthew McAndrew. Lead photo of From Fiction.

Check back tomorrow for photos from the fifth and final night of WL500, featuring Boars, Neck a.k.a. Christina, Mean Red Spiders, The Barcelona Pavilion, Kids on TV, Owen Pallett and more.


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