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Radar: SCION Launch w/ LA Riots & Treasure Fingers, NHL '10 Kick-Off at YDS, Take Me Home, Bonjay CD Release, The Growlers

MUSIC | SCION Launch w/ LA Riots & Treasure Fingers
The only thing better than a show with an amazing line up is a free show with an amazing line up. SCION is launching in Canada and bringing LA Riots, Treasure Fingers and Classix to celebrate -- and it's absolutely free as long as you RSVP here. It doesn't guarantee entry though so I have a feeling if you want to be there, you better get your ass there early.
99 Sudbury, 99 Sudbury St, Free, 9pm

SPORTS | NHL '10 Kick-Off at YDS
Hockey is staring again?? Yonge-Dundas Square will be swarmed today with hockey fans celebrating the 2010 season. There will be live musical acts like Down With Webster, competitions and merch tents. Probably a good substitute for people who couldn't get tickets to the Toronto vs. Montreal game at the ACC tonight.
Yonge-Dundas Square, Free, 12pm

ART | Take Me Home
You're probably thinking "I don't like thinking about my own childhood, so why would I want to go hear about someone else's?". Well, your childhood memories probably aren't as artistically inclined as Genevieve Jodouin's are. The opening reception for her first solo show is tonight where she explores personal relationships and the spaces we live in. The exhibit runs from now until the 31st.
LE Gallery, 1183 Dundas St W, Free, 7-10pm

MUSIC | Bonjay CD Release
Local dancehall group Bonjay are celebrating their debut CD release tonight. With Alanna Stuart on vocals and Pho on beats & effects, they create a high-energy, bass-filled live show that fuses indie pop with R&B. Guaranteed to have everyone dancing. New Look open.
The Garrison, 1197 Dundas St W, $10, 9pm

MUSIC | The Growlers
Lo-fi California Garage Rock outfit The Growlers hit Sneaky Dees tonight, supporting their brand new EP Hot Tropics. The Growlers unique brand of dark surf rock makes their show a must see. Just make sure not to show up to Wrongbar like the ticket says...because you'll be very upset at the lack of Growlers. The venue has been changed to the much more suitable Sneaky Dees.
Sneaky Dees, 431 College St, $10.50, 9pm

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