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Sunday June 2nd, 2013

Posted at 11:14am

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Tom Cochrane plays Beaverfest. Photo by Gene Schilling.

In its third year, The Great Canadian Beaverfest has become an amazing gathering for music lovers in Windsor.

This year, spread out over two nights, fans got a taste of the Eighties with the likes of Trooper, Loverboy, Platinum Blonde, Kim Mitchell, and Tom Cochrane & Red Rider.

The weather had its moments but cooperated for the most part.

Tom Cochrane plays Beaverfest. Photo by Gene Schilling.

 

Tom Cochrane plays Beaverfest. Photo by Gene Schilling.

 

Tom Cochrane plays Beaverfest. Photo by Gene Schilling.

 

Kim Mitchell plays Beaverfest. Photo by Gene Schilling.

 

Kim Mitchell plays Beaverfest. Photo by Gene Schilling.

 

Kim Mitchell plays Beaverfest. Photo by Gene Schilling.

 

Kim Mitchell plays Beaverfest. Photo by Gene Schilling.

 

Platinum Blonde plays Beaverfest. Photo by Gene Schilling.

 

Platinum Blonde plays Beaverfest. Photo by Gene Schilling.

 

Platinum Blonde plays Beaverfest. Photo by Gene Schilling.

 

Platinum Blonde plays Beaverfest. Photo by Gene Schilling.

 

Loverboy plays Beaverfest. Photo by Gene Schilling.

 

Loverboy plays Beaverfest. Photo by Gene Schilling.

 

Loverboy plays Beaverfest. Photo by Gene Schilling.

 

Loverboy plays Beaverfest. Photo by Gene Schilling.

 

Trooper plays Beaverfest. Photo by Gene Schilling.

 

Trooper plays Beaverfest. Photo by Gene Schilling.

 

Trooper plays Beaverfest. Photo by Gene Schilling.

 

Trooper plays Beaverfest. Photo by Gene Schilling.

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