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Radar: June 5th, 2009

Photo: "Juke it Up!" by JP Sebastien, member of the blogTO Flickr pool.

Events on Toronto's Radar for FRIDAY JUNE 5th, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

CITY | Luminato 2009 Begins
Celebrate Luminato's launch with a free outdoor concert featuring Randy Bachman in Yonge-Dundas Square. And head over to Nathan Phillips square to poke the big red ball. The ball will be at a different location each day of Luminato. See the event listing for full details.
100 Queen Street West and Dundas Square/FREE

MUSIC | The Main Ingredient Presents The Foreign Exchange
Revival hosts the Canadian debut of this 7-piece band that blends contemporary soul sounds with hip-hop influences.
9pm / $25 in advance, more at the door

FILM | A Hard Day's Night
The Bloor Cinema screens this classic Beatles film in their series of seminal RNR classics in glorious 35MM.
506 Bloor Street West
12am / $10

CIRCUS | Circus O Burlesque A Mania Insania 3
The worlds Of Sideshow Collide as Mysterion takes the stage with The Great Orbax and Sweet Pepper Klopek (Monsters of Schlock) and the Freak show of ONEARMBOB.
Tranzac Club, 292 Brunswick Ave
9pm / $15/$20

MUSIC | Mike Snow and Madrid at Supermarket
The BBC has hailed MADRID's 2004 debut Warm Waters (Aporia/Universal) as "the indie record Boards of Canada never made". Plus, you get to check out Mike Snow!
Supermarket, 268 Augusta Avenue
9pm / $10 advance

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