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Event Archive - VanMusic's Dia de Muertos Celebration at Muster Studios with Los Furios: Los Furios, Caracas, Lovelust, Kid Lithium

Sat. November 3rd 2012 Muster Studios (No Minors)
8 - 11:30 doors at 6
$10 at the door only.
VanMusic, CiTR, Muster Studios and Caracas present a night of art, music, costumes, altars and ghosts.

November the 3rd at Muster Studios (136 Powell st.) legendary Canadian ska band Los Furios with Caracas, LoveLust and Kid Lithium, commemorating the Mexican "Day of The Dead"!

Is a semi early show. Music starts at 8 PM so come early for the art opening. Doors at 6PM

10 dollars cover
Cheap beer
Party favours
The best party of the year!

Not only there will be a great art opening by local artist Oscar Sanchez - we will also be wearing costumes and makeup, so wear some yourself and come down for a good time!


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Los Furios (Ska)

LOS FURIOS - Los Furios is a high-energy Ska/Reggae/Indie band that is quickly rising to international notoriety. Since 2002 they have been committed to entertaining their live audiences with a mash up of music. Los Furios performs an intense mix of reggae and punk infused ska originals (complete with a horn section) sure to get you out on the dan... more info

Caracas (Latin Punk)

"Wow. Fun, quirky. I really like it. So unusual from what we've been reviewing and critiquing (...) They're probably amazing to see live." - Mark Zubek, Angelo Dodaro, The Hit Song Hotline Podcast, Toronto (Feb 02, 2015) "Caracas has the ability to combine the energy of good ol’ punk music with Latin-infused guitar riffs, while maintaining the... more info

Kid Lithium (Head Bopping Hip Hop)

Thoughtful lyrics and macabre beats are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Kid Lithium. A native of Vancouver, British Columbia, Lithium had a creative and musical upbringing. His grandfather was an accomplished trumpet player who established himself in the smoky jazz clubs of the 40's and 50's. Rather than following in his grandfathers ... more info