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Sceneopolis launches a monthly series billed as a one-of-a-kind living room jam

Bored of the usual scene where you meet your friends for a pitcher of beer and bitch about crap? The new Sceneopolis monthly offers Torontonians intimate evenings of discussion, inspiration and insight into various industries by securing talented hosts who know their shit. This new cultural experience will launch at Kitch restaurant on July 19th. Mexican fare will be passed as City News Entertainment Editor, Mary Kitchen and Arts & Crafts Production co-founder, Jeffrey Remedios host an evening of conversation about Toronto’s music-making scene.

This exciting evening will also include a special performance by indie sensation Eight and a Half. Comprised of Justin Peroff of Broken Social Scene and Dave Hamelin and Liam O’Neil of The Stills, Eight and a Half will treat guests to an intimate show and give an insider’s glimpse into the production of their self-titled EP, featuring the single Go Ego.

If “networking” is on your mind, then this is a terrific way to connect with like-minded locals and break into a new scene that will surely provoke creative thinking.

Tix are $69 and can be purchased here.
Shedoesthecity will be running a contest on Twitter starting July 7. So hedge your bets, enter and maybe you can skip the cover. But be warned, this will sell out fast.

For more info, follow @sceneopolis on Twitter with #righthereinTO

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