7:00 pm

Cancer Bats with Special Guests

That's a lotta bands.

Cancer Bats

With 13 years under their belt including 5 acclaimed studio albums, three Juno Award nominations and countless tours around the globe, Canadian hardcore metal punks, Cancer Bats have become a well-known force within the world of heavy music. 2018 sees the band embarking on the newest chapter of their career, self-releasing their 6th studio album “The Spark That Moves” on their own label Bat Skull Records. Not only looking to record and release albums on their own terms, but also choosing to forgo the traditional lead ups and teaser singles, Cancer Bats, without any forewarning, released “The Spark That Moves” in its entirety on April 20th, 2018, with vinyl and CDs ready to ship to fans that day.


The Official Order of Dboy Scouts is a fan led union of supporters of Dboy, the world's foremost three piece band, based out of Moscow, Russia and Welland, Canada.  This group is run and maintained by order president, Kirill Kutchokokov.  All booking inquiries and deifying can be sent here.

The Anti-Queens

The Anti-Queens are four friends from Toronto who write and perform rock n roll songs, with a hint of punk/grunge/pop... Or as they more easily describe their band "8 tits  with some instruments".

Consisting of Emily Bones on Lead Vocals/Guitar, Valerie Knox (Black Cat Attack) on Lead Guitar/Vocals, Dallas Conte on drums & Taylor Cos (Rue Bella/The Hysterics) on Bass/Vocals.

Cross Dog

Cross Dog are a loud experimental punk band from Peterborough Ontario, who draw influence from classic metal and stoner rock. The band's lineup is unique, making noise with only bass and drums and fronted by an aggressive, female lead vocalist. They are quickly becoming known for their intense and high energy live show, leaving audiences deafened and blown away by a huge sound from so few strings. Politically charged and socially conscious lyrics provide a bratty, tongue-in-cheek edge that is firmly planted in the band’s punk rock roots.

Marion Cinder

Hardcore outfit from Peterborough, ON. Canada.

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Feb 29, 2020
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Michael C. Duguay
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Former Peterborough resident, Michael C. Duguay, returns to Peterborough in epic fashion to play hits from his most recent release "Summer Flight Lasts Forever," for which Michael has recieved praise as a "punk rock poet whose performances are equal parts adroit pop and avant-garde." Supporting artists Oberge and Sing Leaf will also take the stage to bring an eclectic flavour to the evening.
Feb 28, 2020
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Join us for an evening of dancing and a showcase of Black performers in observance of Black History Month 2020. Featured artists include: Beth Bekele, Don Soul, Mongiwa Khumalo, Boho Fab, JONCRO, Dixie Que, DJ Cornbread and DJ Honey Ham. In addition to this astounding lineup, the Centre for Women and Trans People will be announcing the recipient of the first annual Charlie Earle Micro Grant for Black Women Artists.
Mar 7, 2020
8:00 pm
David James Allen
Nick Prosychyn & The Bad Milk
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An eclectic evening of folk music, performative art and visual projections! This uniquely humble event will feature singer-songwriter David James Allen and his band, playing their wide-ranging alt-country, folk, blues and gospel hits. Playing alongside are esteemed local acts Nick Prosychyn and the Bad Milk, Little Rapids, as well as projection art by Mary Doust and Amy Liden.