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Hayden's 5th Dream Serenade Benefit Concert Set For Nov. 17

City and Colour and Barenaked Ladies will headline Hayden's fifth annual Dream Serenade concert on Nov. 17 at Roy Thomson Hall with Rural Alberta Advantage, Owen Pallett, Hayden, Weaves, Iskwé and "surprise special guests."

Hayden's 5th Dream Serenade Benefit Concert Set For Nov. 17

By Aaron Brophy

City and Colour and Barenaked Ladies will headline Hayden's fifth annual Dream Serenade concert to benefit the Beverley Street School and other special needs related organizations around Toronto.


Taking place Nov. 17 at Roy Thompson Hall in Toronto, the feel-good concert will also feature Rural Alberta Advantage, Owen Pallett, Hayden, Weaves, Iskwé and "surprise special guests."

Created by veteran indie rocker Hayden Desser and his wife, production designer Christie Greyerbiehl, the annual Dream Serenade event gathers together a who's who of Canadian indie rock (and sometimes international) talent for the special one-night event. Past performers have included the likes of Feist, Gord Downie, Broken Social Scene, Sarah Harmer and Sloan.

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– Continue reading Aaron Brophy's feature, City And Colour, Barenaked Ladies Headline Hayden's Fifth Dream Serenade Charity Concert, on the SamaritanMag website.

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Alexisonfire Are Releasing a Live Album from Their Hometown Born & Raised Festival

The St. Catharines, Ontario band are bringing the festival back this summer, and they'll release LIVE Born & Raised 2022, St Catharines ON just in time for fans to hear it first.

After a two year hiatus, Alexisonfire are resurrecting their hometown festival Born & Raised on July 5 and 6 at Montebello Park in St. Catharines, Ontario. Just in time, they're releasing a live album from the last time they held the festival, in 2022.

The album, LIVE Born & Raised 2022, St Catharines ON, captures their career-spanning set from the inaugural edition of the festival. In front of their hometown fans, they played songs from throughout their more-than-two-decades long career.

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