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Electric Eye Music Festival with Striker, Outlaws of Ravenhurst, Lustre Creame Rainbow Patrol
Wed, May 11
The Slice - Lethbridge


Time: 9:15 p.m.

Cover (without wristband ) $20

FULL PROVIDENCE PASS – only $60! (+service charges) 18+
The “Providence Pass” is our full feature festival pass, and is an absolute steal!
For 2016 this includes:
    •    1 Limited edition copy of our 2015 Live Compilation (Tape+DL Card)
    •    1 $10 Gift Card to Andrew Hilton Wine + Spirits
    •    1 $10 Gift Card to Plum Fine Dining
    •    1 $10 Gift Card to Encore Barber
    •    1 $5  Gift Card to Drunken Sailor
    •    1 Gift Flyer to Catwalk Salon
    •    Entry to all events Wednesday to Sunday (Subject to Capacity)
    •    Entry to win two passes to Sled Island!
    •    includes deals at our Community Partners!


11:45  Striker

Members: Dan Cleary - Lead Vocals Tim Brown- Lead/Rhythm Guitar Adam Brown - Drums William Wallace - Bass
Genre: New Wave of Heavy Metal


10:45 Outlaws of Ravenhurst

Ken Murdoch - Axe
Dan D'Agostino - Broadsword
Gabe Antal - Thunder Peels

Outlaws of Ravenhurst were born in a time when the greatest threats were attacks from dragons or the Huns. Being champions of chivalry in the medieval period, they found themselves pitted against many enemies, divisive and twisted. As a result of one of their rivalries, The Outlaws were sucked into the early 2000s through a time-portal created by the evil Wizard Uncle Roger. He hoped that by taking them completely out of their element, the 21st century authorities would have them institutionalized, thinking they were raving lunatics; talking of swordfights, dragons and the like.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
The Outlaws adapted, teaching themselves the art of what they deemed "sonic weaponry," and now believe it is no accident that they have been sent to this era.
Using his skills of blacksmithery, Ken Murdoch saw fit to turn his axe into a device to hurl audible lightning bolts in any direction.
Dan D'Agostino soon made his broadsword one that would pound out such a low hum, that the vibrations would make all of Reykjavik tremble.
And Gabe Antal discovered how to make the crashing of waves and thunder peels bend at his very whim and command.
Their mission is to defend truth and justice through the power of Rock and set this world ablaze!
Join in their battle and prepare to have your socks knocked off.

10 Lustre Cream 

Reigning from the windiest city in Alberta, Lustre Creame brings an onslaught of rock & roll in one of it's most unique forms. Blending genres of prog and mathy rock, funk, grunge, blues, and a thin stratum of weird pop, Lustre Creame is sure to do what it is they do. Or something.
The band Lustre Creame came into existence in the winter of 2007. Three individuals sharing like-visions of moving over and beyond the rock and roll status-quo: that of Aaron Trozzo, Willis Orriss, and Christopher Lipinski. It was this instantaneous mesh of ideas, creative drive, and individual blue-collar jadedness that had Lustre Creame immediately punching out new and exciting original material. As time ran on, it became obvious that the band had something of a special rock & roll relationship; individualistic in nature and breaching pure-rock-fury.



9:15 Rainbow Patrol

Chris Arnoldussen - guitar
Joel Sincennes - vocals, guitar
Travis Arnoldussen - drums, vocals
Richard Charlton - bass, synths, vocals

Bringin' psychedelic, ass shakin' desert sensibilities to the coulees of Lethbridge, Alberta.


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The Slice   -   Website
314 - 8th Street South
T1J 2J6
Country: ca



Not only do we have the best pizza in town, we are also the center of Lethbridge's NightLife.

We are the only bar in town featuring live music every day of the week. Canadian touring artists, local legends and new emerging artists, everyone stops here.

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