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This is the second year of doom over t.o. and I hope to continue it every year going forward on the last Saturday of every August...this fest will be raising money for the Down syndrome society of Toronto and can food drive for the Scott mission. This is a chance for the d.i.y. Community to give back with our art. We will be sponsored by Steam whistle brewery, Beaus brewery, North York barbers, x marks tattoos, and long and mcquade. I will be doing a raffle after the last band for a beaus brewery gift basket, gift card to xmarks tattoos, North York barbers, and long and mcquade. As well North York barbers will be doing bread trims and woman's bangs for a $5 donation and steam whistle will be selling cheap beers all night long. So come out tune down, drink, and light up to some of the best stoner to date.

It will be $20 and if you bring canned food it will be $15

I will be selling double sided fest shirts & posters. I will have a price and pictures of both designs as soon as I get them in. Also there will be a merch booth heavy and hard records and the pin finder general.

Band list:

Blackout (NYC)

Monobrow (Ottawa ear bleeders)

Ol time moonshine (T.o. Stoner blues)

Muffler crunch (Quebec two piece) 

Blind surgeons operation (Oshawa stoner grind)

On the verge (Toronto pot heads)

Hawkeyes (Kitchener space junkies)

Aversion (Montreal black metal) 

Iron man (Maryland doom)

Familiars (Toronto doom)

Head loss (Toronto)

Sponsored by:

Beaus brewery

North York barbers

Steam whistle brewery 

X marks tattoos

Long and mcquade

Raffle cost:
1 ticket for $3 and 2 for $5

Raffle prizes:
$30 gift card to North York barbers
$50 card to long and mcquade
$200 gift card to x marks tattoos 
Beaus gift basket
Weeds the card game
Gift basket from heavy and hard records and pin finder general 

Canadian Down syndrome society:
The Down syndrome community in Canada and the CDSS have made great strides since our founding in 1987.

We have seen advances to medical care, which enhance and save the lives of people with Down syndrome; life expectancy has more than doubled. Many people with Down syndrome live well into their 50s and 60s.

We have seen the benefits of early intervention programs, inclusion in school and work and the development of accessible resources for people with Down syndrome, families and the community.

Today, individuals with Down syndrome are going to post-secondary schools, working and getting married. People with Down syndrome are now given the opportunity to be fully contributing members of society.

Despite the great advances made, much more needs to be done. We need to ensure the inclusion of individuals with Down syndrome in their schools, communities and workplaces. Your support will ensure this continues and allow us to speak for the 35,000 Canadians with Down syndrome.

If you want to make a donation online please visit or contact
Jenny Morrow
Development Manager
Canadian Down Syndrome Society
Suite 103 - 2003 14 Street NW
Calgary, AB T2M 3N4

Phone: 403-270-8500 ext 201. 

The scott mission:
The Scott mission is a homeless shelter/food bank that helps the homeless community in so many way its undelivered...if you care to donate or read more on them check out this link....

Merch booths:
Heavy and hard records

Pin finder general


Earlier Event: August 28
Datura Daydream // Selfoss // Gemini 12
Later Event: August 30
Open Mic Sundays