Deerhoof

Wavelength Presents…
A Wavelength Winter Festival Special Event

DEERHOOF
(San Francisco – indie art-rock innovators since 1994 – touring in support of their Winnipeg-produced 19th album, Miracle-Level)

With guests:
Bad Waitress (Toronto – all-womxn queer punk rockers)
Indian Giver (Toronto – Ojibway/Chippewa/Mohawk metalcore)

Friday March 31, 2023
@ TD Music Hall, 178 Victoria St.
Doors 8pm – ALL AGES

Tickets $29.50 + HST & s/c
Ticket Link: bit.ly/WL-Deerhoof
On-sale Friday, Jan. 20

Pre-sale Jan. 19 for newsletter subscribers only (sign up @ wavelengthmusic.ca).

Toronto welcomes a brand new venue with the return of Deerhoof!

Deerhoof were once named “the best band in the world” by Pitchfork. From their humble beginnings as an obscure San Francisco noise act in the mid-’90s, they’ve become one of indie music’s most influential bands with their ecstatic and unruly take on pop. The band’s fearless inventiveness has made them one of the most inspiring and important groups making music today.

Wavelength is thrilled to welcome Deerhoof back to Toronto for their first local show in six years — their last visit having been at the Camp Wavelength festival in 2017. The iconic band will be on tour in support of their forthcoming 19th album, Miracle-Level, which was recorded in Winnipeg at No Fun Club studio. 28 years into their career, the album is also the band’s first with lyrics sung entirely in singer/bassist Satomi Matsuzaki’s native tongue, Japanese.

March 31 will also mark one of the first shows at a long-awaited new venue in the city: the TD Music Hall, the 450-capacity club at the Allied Music Centre, part of Massey Hall’s expansion. Having requested local Toronto support from heavy acts with diverse representation, this killer bill is rounded out by all-women, queer punk band Bad Waitress and Indigenous hardcore/metal quintet Indian Giver. 

This Special Event is presented in affiliation with the annual Wavelength Winter Festival, curated this year by Daniel Monkman. The remainder of the Winter Festival lineup will take place March 9-11 at 805 Dovercourt, in addition to a previously announced Special Event with Do Make Say Think, March 25 at the Danforth Music Hall. 

COVID Protocols:
PLEASE WEAR A MASK. Though we have returned to in-person events, we acknowledge the pandemic is still ongoing. In the spirit of community care, mask-wearing is requested at Wavelength except when eating or drinking. A supply of free KN95 masks will be available at the door. Rapid tests will also be available, if audience members wish to test prior to entry. If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home. Thank you for your understanding and compassion!

Accessibility:
The TD Music Hall is fully wheelchair accessible. For all other accessibility requests, please contact us at info@wavelengthmusic.ca.

Audience Policy:
Wavelength respects the rights of each member of our diverse audience and is committed to providing an environment in which everyone can feel safe. Any behaviour which could reasonably be perceived as physically, emotionally, or mentally harmful to individuals at Wavelength events will not be tolerated. This includes: racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, body shaming, ableism, ageism, and all forms of violence.

Please be respectful of others and help Wavelength create a fun and safer space for everyone. If you need help, or see others in need of help, please talk to a Wavelength staff member or volunteer.

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    By: Kat Estacio

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Private: Deerhoof

February 5, 2023

Wavelength Presents…
A Wavelength Winter Festival Special Event

DEERHOOF
(San Francisco – indie art-rock innovators since 1994 – touring in support of their Winnipeg-produced 19th album, Miracle-Level)

With guests:

Bad Waitress (Toronto – all-womxn queer punk rockers)
Indian Giver (Toronto – Ojibway/Chippewa/Mohawk metalcore)

Friday March 31, 2023
@ TD Music Hall, 178 Victoria St.
Doors 8pm – ALL AGES
Tickets $29.50 + HST & s/c

Ticket Links: bit.ly/WL-Deerhoof
On-sale Friday, Jan. 20
Pre-sale Jan. 19 for newsletter subscribers only (sign up @ wavelengthmusic.ca).

Bring the family: Children 12 & under free when accompanied by an adult.

Toronto welcomes a brand new venue with the return of Deerhoof!

Deerhoof were once named “the best band in the world” by Pitchfork. From their humble beginnings as an obscure San Francisco noise act in the mid-’90s, they’ve become one of indie music’s most influential bands with their ecstatic and unruly take on pop. The band’s fearless inventiveness has made them one of the most inspiring and important groups making music today.

Wavelength is thrilled to welcome Deerhoof back to Toronto for their first local show in six years — their last visit having been at the Camp Wavelength festival in 2017. The iconic band will be on tour in support of their forthcoming 19th album, Miracle-Level, which was recorded in Winnipeg at No Fun Club studio. 28 years into their career, the album is also the band’s first with lyrics sung entirely in singer/bassist Satomi Matsuzaki’s native tongue, Japanese.

March 31 will also mark one of the first shows at a long-awaited new venue in the city: the TD Music Hall, the 450-capacity club at the Allied Music Centre, part of Massey Hall’s expansion. Having requested local Toronto support from heavy acts with diverse representation, this killer bill is rounded out by all-women, queer punk band Bad Waitress and Indigenous hardcore/metal quintet Indian Giver. 

This Special Event is presented in affiliation with the annual Wavelength Winter Festival, curated this year by Daniel Monkman. The remainder of the Winter Festival lineup will take place March 9-11 at 805 Dovercourt, in addition to a previously announced Special Event with Do Make Say Think, March 25 at the Danforth Music Hall. 

COVID Protocols:

Your safety is our primary concern. Live event protocols may change month to month. Masking is strongly encouraged while not eating or drinking.

Accessibility:

The TD Music Hall is fully wheelchair accessible. For all other accessibility requests, please contact us at info@wavelengthmusic.ca.

Audience Policy:

Wavelength respects the rights of each member of our diverse audience and is committed to providing an environment in which everyone can feel safe. Any behaviour which could reasonably be perceived as physically, emotionally, or mentally harmful to individuals at Wavelength events will not be tolerated. This includes: racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, body shaming, ableism, ageism, and all forms of violence.

Please be respectful of others and help Wavelength create a fun and safer space for everyone. If you need help, or see others in need of help, please talk to a Wavelength staff member or volunteer.

  • author's avatar

    By: Kat Estacio

    No biography available at this time

  • author's avatar