Indie88 Presents THE OC: Covering Their Tracks: Chrismukkah Edition

Indie88 presents THE OC: Covering Their Tracks: Chrismukkah Edition, unveils the line-up to a very special evening celebrating the music from the cultural phenom The OC at the Legendary Horseshoe Tavern on December 20, 2018.

General admission tickets are on sale now HERE.

Hosted by Indie88’s Lana Gay, the event will once again feature “The Bait Shop Backing Band” comprised of various notable artists performing tracks from The OC Soundtrack. The stellar line-up this year features: Andrew Hyatt, Charlotte Cornfield, Chrisy Hurn of Basement Revolver, Damian Abraham of Fucked Up, DCF, Katie of Dizzy, Ellevator, The Elwins, Giant Hand, Harrison, Huttch, Members of Jane’s Party, Kandle, Lydia Ainsworth, Sam Cash, Members of The Trews, Warren Frank of The Kents, Willa plus more Special Guests.

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 The event has received uber-cool endorsements from various cast members including Autumn Reeser, Peter Gallagher, aka Sandy Cohen (watch HERE), Rooney, Tate Donovan, aka Jimmy Cooper (watch HERE) and artist Imogen Heap who relays the story of how her music became such an integral part of the iconic series HERE.

Last summer, the inaugural instalment of the event featured 30 artists covering songs from the seminal OC Soundtrack. The sold-out evening raised nearly $7,000 for charity.

Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door with all proceeds to be donated to SKETCH WORKING ARTS for street-involved and homeless youth and The Children’s Book Bank.

THE OC: Covering Their Tracks
Chrismukkah Edition
featuring “The Bait Shop Backing Band”
presented by indie88

 

December 20, 2018
The Horseshoe Tavern, Toronto

 

Tickets: $20/advance or $25/door

About SKETCH:

SKETCH is a community-arts-development initiative based in Toronto engaging young people homeless and on the margins, ages 16-29, from across Canada.

About: The Children’s Book Bank

The Children’s Book Bank was founded in 2007 with a commitment to providing the chance for book ownership to children in Toronto who might otherwise not have the opportunity to purchase them. Each person who visits can take a book each, every day, free of charge. In addition, the Book Bank provides free books and literacy support to local schools, health clinics, and community organizations throughout the city. Since opening, The Children’s Book Bank has given away over 1,000,000 books.

 

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