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Wednesday October 5th, 2011

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Last weekend’s Harvesting the F.A.M. Festival events that took place throughout downtown were a huge success, from the perspective of organizers, show-goers, and performers alike. It’s phenomenal to get all the best, and often rare, acts of the city playing in such a short time span, with some wonderful out-of-towners joining in on the fun as well! Here are some photos and reviews of last weekend.

This week, the music starts us again on Thursday, October 6th with some hip-hop at Phog and acoustic jams at Milk;

Phog Lounge – 157 Unversity Avenue

10:00pm – Jay Cyphe

10:45pm – Lee Reed

11:45pm – Kayyce Closed

Milk Coffee Bar – 68 University Avenue West

10:00pm – Kelly Nicholls

10:45pm – Tony Coates

11:30pm – Den-igan

12:15am – TBA

Friday the 7th at The Loop there will be a fashion show featuring all local designers, with the music provided by local DJ’s as well;

The Loop -156 Chatham Street West (Upstairs)

“F” is for Fashion 2 // Featuring designs by:

andal-lopez

Denial

Dilly Daisy

knit Nicole knit

Never Hopeless

Rejected

Something Clever

That’s Sew Sarah

Music From:

9:30pm – FURS

10:15pm – KERO

11:00pm – Annie Hall

12:00am – Dstruct.o

With more music happening on the lower levels;

FM Lounge – 156 Chatham Street West (Main Level)

10:30pm – The Stig

11:30pm – Diesel Junkies

12:30am – The Nefidovs

Coach & Horses – 156 Chatham Street West (Basement)

10:00pm – Witch Witch

11:00pm – Poughboy

12:00am – TBA

1:00am – Cellos

To wrap things up on Saturday night,  the festivities will once again be spreading throughout the downtown venues, with a little something for everyone;

FM Lounge – 156 Chatham Street West (Main Level)

10:30pm – Tara Watts

11:30pm – ASK

12:30am – Years Of Earnest

Coach & Horses – 156 Chatham Street West (Basement)

11:00pm – Red Red Run

12:00am – Tyburn Tree

1:00am – Learning (Preview)

Phog Lounge – 157 University Avenue West

10:45pm – Eric Welton Band

11:45pm – James OL & The Villains

12:45am – Two For The Cascade

The Dugout – 300 Ouellette Avenue (Lower Level)

11:00pm – Jean Paul De Roovers (Thunder Bay)

12:30am – RYE

Milk Coffee Bar – 68 University Avenue West

11:00pm – DJ Bangarang

12:30 – Blahaus

And although not officially part of F.A.M., Vancouver’s Yukon Blonde will be playing at the Capitol Theatre long with Great Bloomers (Toronto) and The Unquiet Dead. Tickets for this show are available beforehand at Phog for $10. It is set to start at 8pm and finish by 11 in order  to move next door to Phog to celebrate the after party with F.A.M.

And remember, throughout the week and weekend, there will still be art displays up for your viewing pleasure;

Phog Lounge – 157 University Avenue West

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Tracy Paterson

Katie Whitehead

Milk Coffee Bar – 68 University Avenue West

Raven Blackwolf

Derek Cerovski

Crystal Feetham

Vincent Franzoi

Frikinzero Art

Dave Kant

And that’s a wrap on this year’s F.A.M. Festivities! Hopefully you’re able to catch part of it, and be involved in Windsor’s largest inter-arts festival.

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