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In the grand tradition of outsider music and art festivals in Canada, OBEY stands at the top. Like its contemporaries (your Wyrd Fests, your Somewhere There Festivals, your Toronto Thaws, your Festival International de Musique Actuelles), for seven years running, OBEY pushes boundaries, defies genres and stokes creative fires. Art In Fest, OBEY’s standalone contemporary art festival begins Tuesday, May 20, harnessing emerging local and visiting artistic talent into galleries and alternative spaces. It’s one sacred week for weirdos, so open your head and take it all in.

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