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Toronto gets a new fall music festival

November is a relatively quiet month for music festivals in Toronto. There's TWiMFeST at the beginning of the month, and then not much else. Well, that is until now. Luckily, we're getting a new festival to psych up this rather uneventful period.

The Night Owl Festival, which Exclaim describes as a "psych rock event," will unfold over two nights, on November 20 and 21 at Adelaide Hall and the Horseshoe Tavern, respectively.

Night Owl, presented by Indulge Productions, includes numerous bands from Toronto as well as the US. According the festival's Facebook page, the two night event will be "celebrating all things psychedelic and weird."

Tickets are currently on sale and will set you back $20 for a single night or $30 for the weekend.

Photo of Hooded Fang by Bruce Emberley


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