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Nightlife entertainment guide for Toronto East

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Lees Palace and The Dance Cave, 529 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario (Toronto East) Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

Amour with Break The Trend Macolly's Thursday, March 5, 2015 Lees Palace and The Dance Cave 9:00PM [more]

Lees Palace and The Dance Cave, 529 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario (Toronto East) Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

The Soul Motivators The Soul Motivators are a 9-piece, 3 horn deep funk explosion, with a rough, tough, and soulful flair that motivates people straight to the dance floor.Featuring numerous veterans of Toronto’s thriving underground Funk scene, The Soul Motivators are a 9-piece, 3 horn deep funk explosion, with a rough, tough, and soulful [more]

Lees Palace and The Dance Cave, 529 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario (Toronto East) Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

Metz There was a time, in recent history, when you needed to have at least twelve members to even be considered a band in Canada. It was nearly impossible to tour if you didn't have access to some kind of personnel carrier, and making a record involved several years of tambourine overdubs. You know there were kids out there who just wanted to get [more]

Lees Palace and The Dance Cave, 529 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario (Toronto East) Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

The Pop Group The Pop Group's arrival on the music scene in 1978 caused such a savagely radical commotion, that they are now seen as one of the most wildly innovative, groundbreaking bands of the whole post-punk era. With mystical fire, enraged by global injustices, the group delivered scathing political and society-indicting messages aboard an [more]

Lees Palace and The Dance Cave, 529 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario (Toronto East) Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

Electric Wizard Formed by vocalist / guitarist Jus Oborn in 1993, Electric Wizard(based in the UK's South-West) have thus farreleased seven studio albums – an increasingly influential body of work recorded on vintage analogue gear with as little technology as possible intruding on the signal ("Protools is for pussies!"). Result: some of the [more]

Lees Palace and The Dance Cave, 529 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario (Toronto East) Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

The Slackers The Slackers have spreading their gospel of "Jamaican Rock N Roll" for 22 years now. While they have been influenced, and even personally taught by Jamaican ska/reggae originators, like the Skatalites and the Upsetters (Original backing band for the Wailers) they play it with a decidedly American accent. Basically, this band is [more]

Lees Palace and The Dance Cave, 529 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario (Toronto East) Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

Gang of Four UK’s legendary post-punk Gang Of Four will release a new album,What Happens Next, on February 24, 2015 on Metropolis Records in the USA and Canada, and Membran in Europe. The follow-up to the critically acclaimed album Content, What Happens Next features collaborations with Alison Mosshart from The Kills, Robbie Furze from The Big [more]

Lees Palace and The Dance Cave, 529 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario (Toronto East) Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

Hanni El Khatib On his 2011 debut Will The Guns Come Out, Hanni El Khatib tried something he'd never tried before—making a bedroom-style recording of his then stripped-to-the-skeleton guitar-and-drums rock 'n' roll mostly for the sheer joy of making it. For his ferocious 2013 follow-up Head In The Dirt, he tried something new again, showing [more]

Lees Palace and The Dance Cave, 529 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario (Toronto East) Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

Bad Manners Genesis of the Manners… Formed in 1976 by school chums who lived in London, Bad Manners have become a British Institution. The nucleus of the band came together in the mid-1970's at Woodberry Down Comprehensive School, Stoke Newington, London. The school closed in 1981 and the band celebrated this event on the back of their Gosh [more]