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Molson Canadian Amphitheatre Toronto, ON, Canada
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Hands Like Houses

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Have Mercy

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HO99O9

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I Killed The Prom Queen

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Icon For Hire

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Jule Vera

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Juliet Simms

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Koji

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Le Castle Vania

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Major League

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Mallory Knox

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Man Overboard

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MC Lars

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Meghann Wright

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Metro Station

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Mod Sun

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Moose Blood

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Neck Deep

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New Beat Fund

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New Years Day

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Night Riots

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Our Last Night

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Palisades

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Pvris

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Riff Raff

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Rotting Out

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SayWeCanFly

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Seaway

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Set It Off

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The Amity Affliction

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  1. myview wrote:

    06:22 AM, Dec 13, 2010

    This outdoor venue has the potential to be fantastic but in my opinion they still have some work to do to get there. (3 out of 5) Here's what I like: Modern looking facility with amphitheatre style seating and while being outdoors it is still sheltered by a roof. Nice setting by the lake at Ontario Place with lots to see and do if you show up early. The building acoustics are reasonable good with little of no echoing. Seating is reasonably comfortable and easy to get to. What I don't like: Too few washrooms - get ready for long line-ups even for the guys. The sound was pitiful for last three shows I attended there, severely lacking bottom end. I like a nice punchy sound where I can feel the percussion and bass as well as hear it. None here. I've been to lots of outdoor concerts that didn't have this problem so it's not a question of being outdoors. They simply haven't provided an adequate number woofer bins.

  2. Romanenator wrote:

    08:29 PM, May 14, 2009

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Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
909 Lakeshore Blvd. West
Toronto, ON M6K 3L3
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