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The Known Unknown Presents: Indie R&B [News]


Toronto, ON – On Sunday February 24th The Known Unknown will be holding an Indie R&B showcase inside Wrongbar. This is their second installment of The Known Unknown this year. Marlon Palmer, aka ThatDudeMcFly will be your host for the night and DJ’s Lissa Monet and Starven Marven will be providing the music. Blessing the stage with their talent will be headliners Unbottoned and Ben Stevenson, plus Brendan Philip, Savannah Ré, Wolf J. McFarlane, Mae Oriel, Jahshona, Juvon Taylor, Shadrack and Vanessa Lu. Doors open at 8pm sharp and the entry fee is $20. There is also bottle service available. Check out the official flyer after the jump and make sure you head down to the show, it’s a guaranteed great time.

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