Toronto 1977 punk pioneers, The Diodes, perform a rare, intimate, but ungodly loud performance at The Brantford Station Gallery, on Tues, Sept 15, 2015.
Yes, this one will literally blow your socks off!!
In addition to a full concert set by The Diodes, their manager, Ralph Alfonso, returns to the Gallery with his acclaimed exhibition and sale of 1977 punk photography (his portraits of The Ramones, Patti Smith, Diodes, Dead Boys, Teenage Head and many others).
Doors open at 9pm
NOTE: Admission price includes a copy of the book, Treat Me Like Dirt, the acclaimed history of Toronto punk 1977-1981, by Liz Worth
Tickets are extremely limited as gallery capacity is 50.
Admission is $25 and available as follows:
Reserve by phone and pick up/pay at the show
Pay by phone (Visa/MC), pick up at show.
Reserve by phone, pay by Interac e-Transfer.
In person at the Gallery.
The Gallery will be modified to accommodate a live concert standing room intimate setting for this evening (tables and chairs will be moved to the back).
Brantford Station is a ViaRail/Go-Train station and can be reached by train, HOWEVER there are no late trains leaving the Station after the show.
There are various motels/hotels on Colborne Rd in Brantford if you’d like to extend your visit.