Post Traumatic Funk System performs at Dempsey’s Public House. Photo submitted by Nicholas Friesen.

Student friendly music venues

Looking for a study break, a night out with friends, or just wanting to get off campus? These five music venues deliver high quality music for a practical student price. […]

 

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