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Event Archive - Union Label Fall Tour: The Toasters, The Peacocks, The Flatliners, Saint Alvia

Fri. September 21st 2007 Capital Ballroom Victoria BC (No Minors)
9:30pm - 2am doors at 9pm
14 adv
Tickets at: Lyles Place, Backstage Pass, TICKETWEB.COM
This will be a night of partying for all of those that love ska, punk, psychobilly and reggae. This jammed packed bill includes longtime old schoolers THE TOASTERS back again after a two years along with Switzerland's psychobilly/punk sensations THE PEACOCKS (first visit to Victoria in almost 7 years), Toronto's THE FLATLINERS and Stomp Records' newly signed Saint Alvia Cartel!

Tickets on sale now at Lyle's Place, Backstage Pass & TICKETWEB.COM. Perfect party to end the summer and get you right into fall. The fun doesn't stop;)


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The Toasters (SKA)

THE TOASTERS - up with the ska in 2003!! The Toasters are America's longest running Ska band. Formed on the lower east side of Manhattan, NYC in 1981, they have carved out their own niche in history, amassing along the way a humongous catalogue of music, including twelve albums, a score of singles and ep's, and innumerable compilation appearance... more info

The Peacocks (Psychobilly/punk)

The first peacocks show happened in 1990. The band back then was Hasu on guitar, Adi on drums and Michi (pictures right) on double bass. It was very rockabillyorientated poppy psychobilly with lots of coverversions. After playing a few birthday parties the band sort of broke up because Michi quit the band, but they restarted one year later when Si... more info

The Flatliners (Punk / Reggae / Grime)

Somewhere en route, in a van that is about to break down after surprisingly seeing more of North America than it realistically should have, sit four young Canadians, with one thing in mind: 'Let's rip it.' After bringing their music from the basement to the stage in 2002, and having filled up every single weekend of their latter high-school years w... more info

Saint Alvia (Rock/Punk/Reggae)

The Saint Alvia Cartel is Burlington Ontario’s latest contribution to [good] music…. And these guys are no strangers to the music scene as they have all enjoyed stints with former and current projects including: Boys Night Out, Jersey, The Video Dead, and hardcore legends Grade. Having ended his relationship with Boys Night Out, Rob Pasalic ... more info