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C'est What

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UPCOMING EVENTS

February 2019

Chris B.J. and Pamela White!

February 17 /7:00 pm 10:00 pm
C’est What, 67 Front East
Toronto, Ontario M5E1B5 Canada
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Chris B.J. returns and is sharing the night with Pamela White!

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Funked Up Friday with The Matata 6!

February 22 /9:00 pm February 23 /12:00 am
C’est What, 67 Front East
Toronto, Ontario M5E1B5 Canada
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The Matata 6 will warm you right up! With soulful, groovin' tunes, we're gonna get you dancing and forgetting that it's winter! About this Event The Matata 6 - Facebook The Matata 6's got that colourful soul, funky groovin', worldly influence that's gonna make you wanna dance!

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The Boxcar Boys

February 23 /3:00 pm 6:00 pm
C’est What, 67 Front East
Toronto, Ontario M5E1B5 Canada
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The Boxcar Boys deliver a veritable gumbo of wild gypsy, Dixieland jazz, Klezmer, and folk music performed with a good time New Orleans spirit. The Boxcar Boys are the combined forces of clarinetist and tunesmith John David Williams (Jaron Freeman-Fox and the Opposite of Everything, The Roofhoppers), jazz master Karl Silveira on trombone (The Lemon Bucket Orkestra), violin whiz Laura C. Bates (Trent Severn, Del Bel) soulful accordionist Ronen Segall and JUNO nominee Rob Teehan (Heavyweights Brass Band, Saidah Baba…

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Piper & Carson at C’est What!

February 23 /9:00 pm 11:00 pm
C’est What, 67 Front East
Toronto, Ontario M5E1B5 Canada
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Piper & Carson are coming back to Toronto and will perform at C'est What in partnership with Collective Arts Brewery, 9-11pm! $15 suggested donation

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March 2019

Funked Up Friday with Metronome Chomsky!

March 1 /9:00 pm March 2 /12:00 am
C’est What, 67 Front East
Toronto, Ontario M5E1B5 Canada
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Feel the funk of R&B and motown classics with Metronome Chomsky!

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The Hot Five Jazzmakers

March 2 /3:00 pm 5:00 pm
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One event on March 16, 2019 at 3:00pm

One event on March 30, 2019 at 3:00pm

C’est What, 67 Front East
Toronto, Ontario M5E1B5 Canada
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The Hot Five style derives from the pre-depression era covering classic and revivalist jazz, spirituals, blues, and ragtime. About this Event The Hot Five style derives from the pre-depression era covering classic and revivalist jazz, spirituals, blues, and ragtime. Their jazz reflects formative artists such as Armstrong, Morton; Waller and the like. A good natured delivery and guest appearances by touring traditional jazz and blues musicians have helped develop a solid regular following. Now every performance has become a social…

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Summer and Youth (album release show) with Mip Power Trio & Weak Hands

March 2 /9:00 pm March 3 /12:00 am
C’est What, 67 Front East
Toronto, Ontario M5E1B5 Canada
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Wait, Summer and Youth has a new album? Come visit C’est What on March 2 to celebrate the release of Strangers with Jonathan, Sean, Haig, Dawn, and their producer pal Fraser. The band will be performing their energetic rock tunes following awesome sets by melodic punk rockers Weak Hands and rock 'n' roots band Mip Power Trio. Doors at 8 p.m., and music starts at 9 p.m. SUMMER AND YOUTH Summer and Youth - Facebook Summer and Youth - Bandcamp…

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George Westerholm and The Wild Wildcats!

March 8 /9:00 pm March 9 /12:00 am
C’est What, 67 Front East
Toronto, Ontario M5E1B5 Canada
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George Westerholm has been playing music in the Toronto area in a number of different bands over the years like Sinphonic, and The Creeping Nobodies. He first met Chris Bennett in 2013 and the result was the album “This” (available on iTunes) a collection of vocal and instrumental songs that was to lay the foundation for what was to come with their latest record. Now the boys have planted all four feet squarely in the surf/rockabilly scene with their new album…

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Don Valley Stompers at C’est What?!

March 9 /3:00 pm 6:00 pm
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One event on March 9, 2019 at 3:00pm

C’est What, 67 Front East
Toronto, Ontario M5E1B5 Canada
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The Don Valley Stompers bring their brand of New Orleans inspired traditional jazz to The C'est What? on Saturday January 12th, March 9, April 6 and May 18th at 3pm. The band plays in the old time style featuring sing along favourites and all time classics. You’ll hear jazz and blues numbers alongside marches and love songs. Featuring Toby Hughes, Gram Whitty and guests.

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Crowfööt Live at C’est What?!

March 9 /9:00 pm March 10 /12:00 am
C’est What, 67 Front East
Toronto, Ontario M5E1B5 Canada
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Crowfoot is a diverse, self managed, Hard Rock Power Trio from Wasaga Beach, Ontario, and are one of the most entertaining groups to take to the stage in a long time. Their influences are the great rock gods from the sixties & seventies. While their music reflects this, they also posses their own authentic sound and vintage style, thus bringing the people new sounds never before heard in rock music. Their unique brand of hard rock is beginning to capture…

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Funked Up Friday with William K-Tell Orchestra

March 15 /9:00 pm March 16 /12:00 am
C’est What, 67 Front East
Toronto, Ontario M5E1B5 Canada
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Classic '70s AM radio hits on this Funked Up Friday with the William K-Tell Orchestra!

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The Hot Five Jazzmakers

March 16 /3:00 pm 5:00 pm
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One event on March 16, 2019 at 3:00pm

One event on March 30, 2019 at 3:00pm

C’est What, 67 Front East
Toronto, Ontario M5E1B5 Canada
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The Hot Five style derives from the pre-depression era covering classic and revivalist jazz, spirituals, blues, and ragtime. About this Event The Hot Five style derives from the pre-depression era covering classic and revivalist jazz, spirituals, blues, and ragtime. Their jazz reflects formative artists such as Armstrong, Morton; Waller and the like. A good natured delivery and guest appearances by touring traditional jazz and blues musicians have helped develop a solid regular following. Now every performance has become a social…

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Julia Tynes Band live at C’est What?!

March 16 /9:00 pm March 17 /12:00 am
C’est What, 67 Front East
Toronto, Ontario M5E1B5 Canada
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Julia Tynes writes and performs soulful Pop tunes with a throwback to the 90’s feel. She is easily recognizable by her sweet sound, cheeky wordplay and racially ambiguous look. As a Nova Scotian born artist with African and European heritage, Julia says being multiracial is one reason for her strong-sense of self. ‘People are always asking, what are you? I think it is important to define myself and not the other way around’. Julia’s newest single Stand Still will hit…

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The Boxcar Boys

March 23 /3:00 pm 6:00 pm
C’est What, 67 Front East
Toronto, Ontario M5E1B5 Canada
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The Boxcar Boys deliver a veritable gumbo of wild gypsy, Dixieland jazz, Klezmer, and folk music performed with a good time New Orleans spirit. The Boxcar Boys are the combined forces of clarinetist and tunesmith John David Williams (Jaron Freeman-Fox and the Opposite of Everything, The Roofhoppers), jazz master Karl Silveira on trombone (The Lemon Bucket Orkestra), violin whiz Laura C. Bates (Trent Severn, Del Bel) soulful accordionist Ronen Segall and JUNO nominee Rob Teehan (Heavyweights Brass Band, Saidah Baba…

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The Hot Five Jazzmakers

March 30 /3:00 pm 5:00 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

One event on March 16, 2019 at 3:00pm

One event on March 30, 2019 at 3:00pm

C’est What, 67 Front East
Toronto, Ontario M5E1B5 Canada
+ Google Map

The Hot Five style derives from the pre-depression era covering classic and revivalist jazz, spirituals, blues, and ragtime. About this Event The Hot Five style derives from the pre-depression era covering classic and revivalist jazz, spirituals, blues, and ragtime. Their jazz reflects formative artists such as Armstrong, Morton; Waller and the like. A good natured delivery and guest appearances by touring traditional jazz and blues musicians have helped develop a solid regular following. Now every performance has become a social…

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