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Jim Guthrie and Holy Fuck: together, almost 

Wham, bam, thank you ma'm: The Sappyfesters hit Halifax for a Thursday night double bill you can't miss.

Let's call it the SappyFest side effect: kick-ass shows pop up in Halifax before and after the festival weekend because hey, why not drive a little farther if you're already in Sackville, NB? Tonight the Paragon has two bills you won't want to miss, with the ever-wonderful Jim Guthrie playing an early show (joined by The Skeletones Four), and Holy Fuck playing their first set in town since New Year's Eve. Don't you dare use work on Friday morning as an excuse not to dance through both shows---drink your vitamin water, preset your coffee maker and slog your way through the last day of the week. It'll be worth it.

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