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Radar: The Do Good Assassins, Elvis Monday, 12th Annual Toronto Nightclub Awards, Santa's One Night Stand, Toronto MoMonday

MUSIC | The Do Good Assassins Assassinate The Holidays
The Do Good Assassins deliver an early show at The Supermarket this evening. In case you aren't familiar, this band is a relatively new outfit that finds TO singer/songwriter extraordinaire Ron Hawkins (formerly of Lowest of the Low and his own follow up project, The Rusty Nails) teaming up with colleague Steve Singh to produce some energetic rock with a "take-no-prisoners" work ethic. This show has been put together at an early hour specifically for those who have a busy schedule, and still want to catch some great music and beverages after work without paying the price the next day. Should be a good one!
Supermarket Restaurant and Bar (268 Augusta Avenue) 7PM $15

MUSIC | Elvis Monday
Everyone's favourite Monday night dose of rock 'n' roll variety, Elvis Monday, returns tonight with a very interesting and eclectic mix of bands and artists. Tonight's selection includes EM regulars People Of Canada, Benjamin Boles, Uforia, Innocent Guns, Roy Pike, 33 Seconds, and more. Come on out to find out why this is Toronto's longest running no-cover new music night. Elvis never leaves this building!
The Drake Hotel (1150 Queen Street West) 9PM FREE

CLUBS | 12th Annual Toronto Nightclub Awards
The 12th Annual Toronto Nightclub Awards goes down tonight at C-Lounge. TO's nightlife has a solid rep with tourists and partiers around the world, and while some other cities have been on the global radar for longer, this city has definitely been holding its own for quite some time now. Tonight's event will pay tribute and give kudos to those establishments, promoters and managers who are giving their all towards showing this city a world-class good time. Z103.5's Tony Monaco and MC Ice Man will host the ceremony.
C-Lounge (456 Wellington Street West) 10PM


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