RSVP: Open Roof Festival from June 21 – August 23, 2012

Do you like music, film, and ‘dam good beer? Of course, or else we can’t be friends and maybe you should leave because this just got awkward. Okay, is everyone with me?

For the third summer, Open Roof Festival is back with live concerts, an outdoor movie screening, and refreshing bevvies at Amsterdam Brewery.

Every Thursday from June 21 to August 23, 2012 the Open Roof Festival will take over the Amsterdam Brewery parking lot. Doors open at 7:30 pm, followed by a live indie band and a great outdoor film. Everything shuts down around 10:30 pm.

Photo cred: blogTO

 

The music and movie schedule is as follows:

June 21st
Music: Friendlyness & The Human Rights
Movie: Marley

June 28th
Music: Band Army Girls
Movie: Charles Bradley: Soul of America

July 5th
Music: The Magic
Movie: Fat Kid Rules the World

July 12th
Music: The Little Black Dress
Movie: China Heavyweight

July 19th
Music: Stacey Bulmer
Movie: Herman’s House

July 26th
Music: Run with the Kittens
Movie: Undefeated

August 2nd
Music: Eucalyptus
Movie: Hysteria

August 9th
Music: Parlovr
Movie: Indie Game: The Movie

August 16th
Music: Dusted
Movie: Moonrise Kingdom

August 23rd
Music: Bruce Peninsula
Movie: Beasts of the Southern Wild

 

In case of inclement weather the movie will move indoors! This event is rain or shine so don’t be afraid to buy tickets in advance. Tickets are $15 each.

Because this event is so awesome the advanced tickets may sell out. Don’t fret – tickets are always available at the door.

Click here to purchase tickets to any of the events listed above.

 

P.S. Open Roof Festival is a non-profit organization and the events are run by volunteers! +10 bonus cool points!

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4 Comments

  1. Archie Ferguson
    July 24, 2012 / 4:01 am

    This sounds like a great idea, with a terrific lineup of films, but be forewarned: it’s an event run by amateurs who don’t seem to know much about audio-visual presentation. If you hope to actually see and hear the movie, you might want to go to a real theatre.

    • JamieLeighTO
      July 27, 2012 / 10:18 am

      Eeek – I guess that’s what you should expect when the event is mostly volunteer run. I’ll have to check it out this summer but most of my friends have gone and loved it?