Paper Bag Records set to celebrate tenth anniversary with three nights of music at Toronto's Great Hall.

Paper Bag Records is ecstatic to announce details of the label's comprehensive and genre-bending Tenth Anniversary celebrations which will take place in Toronto on September 27th, 28th and 29th at The Great Hall. PBR10 will see most of the label's current roster performing over the three nights. PBR10 highlights include: headline sets from Elliott BROOD & Friends, The Rural Alberta Advantage and the return of Vancouver's You Say Party. All proceeds from the event to benefit MusiCounts, Canada's music education charity. PBR10 tickets are available now.

PBR 10
Tenth Anniversary Concert Series
Thursday, September 27th
Elliott BROOD & Friends
Born Ruffians
Woodhands
The Acorn

Friday, September 28th
The Rural Alberta Advantage
Cuff The Duke
PS I Love You
Slim Twig

Saturday, September 29th
Secret Guest
You Say Party
Young Galaxy
The Luyas

Tickets will be available at: ROTATE THIS, SOUNDSCAPES and at http://shop.paperbagrecords.com/products/pbr-10
Single night: $25.00
3 Day Pass: $60.00

Paper Bag Records is one of North America’s finest independent record labels. Based in Toronto, the label has cultivated an exciting and diverse roster which includes both domestic and international talent. Recently, the label also became the Canadian home for Montreal's The Luyas, Tim Hecker and Moonface. In its tenth-year of existence, Paper Bag Records is currently working with an exciting active roster of Austra, The Rural Alberta Advantage, Cuff The Duke, Elliott BROOD, PS I Love You, Young Galaxy, Born Ruffians, The Acorn, Winter Gloves, Woodhands, Slim Twig, CFCF and Sally Shapiro.

Paper Bag Records was created with the intention of focusing specifically on the Toronto-area indie rock music scene. Initial signings were Broken Social Scene and Stars. The label also helped launched the careers of controller.controller and Tokyo Police Club.

For two years in a row, Paper Bag Records was given the title of 'Best Label' from Toronto's Now Magazine in their Best of 2008 and 2009 issues. In 2011, The Toronto Star said that Paper Bag Records is "having one of the best years of its existence" and in early 2012, The Grid recognized the label as a "cornerstone of Canadian music".

MusiCounts, Canada’s music education charity associated with The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) is helping to keep music alive in schools across Canada. MusiCounts’ mission is to ensure that children in Canada, regardless of socio-economic circumstances, have access to music programs through their schools. MusiCounts includes Band Aid musical instrument grants, the MusiCounts Teacher of the Year Award, Scholarships and other music education initiatives. To date, MusiCounts has awarded nearly $5 million dollars to help keep music alive, impacting 262 Post-Secondary graduates and an estimated 400,000 students, their schools and communities. For more information, please visit: www.musicounts.ca