This is it. This is the last show in this space. This is the Omega. Featuring a slew of mind bending and gut wrenching acts. Bring a barf bag and don’t wear white!!
A VARIETY/CIRCUS/ART/FREAK SHOW Hosted by Steph aka Killtheoppressor aka The Liontamer
MUSICAL ACTS INCLUDE:
Mustard hugz (sound experiments, comedy) ft. Better homes for meaner people
Thoughts On Air (musical soundscapes)
Nostril caverns (chris balch’s(time of death) (sudbury-milton)1st live presentation of an act that is 20 albums deep (math metal noise on drums synth and guitar ft. David turnbull from sudbury on drums as well yes 2 drum kits)
Debut of new soundscapes with collaborative members (steph, douglas murphy, david turnbull and guests)
As well as live tattooing, freakshow, fire performance, and illusions, live art, visual projections, posters and canvases, costumes, mystery drinks, competitions, prizes, fun for all to be had
Giving way to the incredible
Whose wall of sound is sure to bring people to another dimension
Hiroshima Hearts https://hiroshimahearts.bandcamp.com/
Television Rd https://televisionrd.bandcamp.com/
$10/Pay What You Can
When: Thursday July 28th, @7pm
Where: Homegrown Hamilton
The Industrial Monster in Your Backyard:
connecting Hamilton to the tarsands
The Alberta tarsands are over 3000 kilometres from here. It’s a distance that sometimes makes it easy to dissociate – not just from the mines themselves, but also from the negative effects this industry has on the land, water, and frontline communities.
Join us for an evening that aims to bridge these gaps by exploring Hamilton’s links to the toxic tarsands, interwoven with stories of individuals finding strength & courage to resist such an overwhelming project.
Using a multi-media approach facilitators will guide you through a [surprising!] number of petroleum facilities found both within and close to so-called Hamilton, explaining their function and ties to the industry . We’ll also highlight stories of how and why some individuals resist the tarsands by sharing videos, photos, communiques and personal re-tellings.
CHARITY BEGINS AT HOMEGROWN.
12 noon to 10pm
Pay What You Can
(All proceeds go towards keeping Homegrown Close to Home)
Featuring the musical and personality stylings of:
Mother Tareka & The Rebel Funktion
is a Steel City based massive Hip Hop band
lead by Syrian-Palestinian Emcee
Tarek Funk aka Mother Tareka raps and sings, plays flute, sax, mizmar, and leads this 10 pc funk riot. Violins, Horns, DJ, Drums, Bass, Electric Guitar, and special guests keep you guessing what’s coming next.
They’re playing one venue show this entire summer, Homegrown Hamilton, and helping bring positive energy and a hype dance party to the venue one more time.
Don’t miss out on your chance to hear their extended sets.
They got all your positive political Funk, Arabfrobeat, Jazz and Hip-Hop needs covered! Come down with dancing gear, and a respectful attitude. Safer Space in the place, oppressive attitudes and actions will be confronted.
Playing two sets, with transitions by DJ Soul Secta
Doors @ 10 PM
SET TIMES :
10 - 10:30 pm :
DJ Soul Secta set #1
10:30 - 11 pm :
Zero-Misogyny Hip-Hop Open Cipher, Beats by DJ Soul Secta
11 - 11:45 pm :
Mother Tareka & The Rebel Funktion set #1
11:45 pm - 12:05 am :
DJ Soul Secta set #2
12:05 am - ??? :
Mother Tareka & The Rebel Funktion set #2
The Vaudevillian started our variety show and have been a Homegrown favourite since they showed up covered in dust and crowing like roosters. Oshawa’s Outlaw Orchestra Hairy Holler are joining them as well. Full Full deets on the event link
We can’t tell you who’s playing, we can’t tell you who’s going, but we can tell you that it’s going down!
$10 or Pay What You Can
Often described as Canada’s answer to Snarky Puppy, Snaggle combines influences from jazz, rock, metal, classical and everything else they can get their hands on to create their own brash and infectious brand of hard funk. With influences ranging from Miles Davis to Rage Against the Machine, Snaggle features a repertoire of exciting, dynamic and entirely original material. This all-star line up of players, including the fastest drummer in the entire world, are among some of the best 20-somethings on the scene and represent the next generation of Canadian talent.
The band has been hard at work on their second studio album ‘The Long Slog’ which will be released on the Browntasauras record label On October 2nd 2016.