Happening every Artcrawl night for the next 5 months here in Hamilton, SoundHaus is a new monthly electronic/house music event presented by Ferguson North and the Hamilton Music Collective. Now is your chance to check out these events at The Gasworks, 141 Park Street North.  This series is dedicated to creating a platform for local and regional DJ’s, electronic artists, and light installation artists to perform, dance, and interact with other performers.

A little further east, The Mule Spinner located at The Cotton Factory, 11 Lansdowne Avenue is a live music venue featuring up close and personal performances.  It is just a little off the beaten path found in the heart of lower Hamilton, this former industrial building from 1900 is a prime example of adaptive reuse. It has been transformed from a cotton mill into a creative industries complex, with space for workshops, galleries, office space for creative professionals, and studios for artists.

Rodrigo Jugulator Raquio of The Devil’s Cellar fame returns to the Casbah, 306 King Street West with his Pop Culture Market, March 24th.

Doors open at 12 Noon and runs until 5pm.  Admission is free.   With 25 Vendors selling vinyl, DVDs, electronics, comic books, toys, clothing and more!  You don’t want to miss this…

And in other news…Live music returns to The Brew Cafe.  Located at 22 Barton Street East owner Krishna Sivasubramaniam is always surprising us with delicious food fare and now you can check out the bands while you dine or enjoy one of the craft beers.

There is  no shortage of events and venues in our great city.

See You at Artcrawl  March 9th!

The Gasworks

141 Park Street North


The Mule Spinner

11 Landsdowne Avenue



The Cotton Factory


(905) 547-8256

The Devil’s Cellar

585 Main Street East, 3rd Flr



(289) 489-9235

The Casbah

306 King Street West, Hamilton L8P 1B1


(905) 741-7625

The Brew

22 Barton Street East


(905) 962-0782

Whenever two people meet there are really six people present.
There is each man as he sees himself,
Each man as the other sees him-
And each man as he really is. ~William James 1842-1910

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