35 Conferette Day Two: Yes, That Was Michael Cera

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Two days down. Two more to go.

Last night saw bands like Dr. Dog, Japanther, Babar (the band, not this dude), and Mister Heavenly. And if you're not familiar: Mister Heavenly is the freshly formed super group just recently signed to Sup Pop, and features Islands Nick Diamonds, Man Man's Honus Honus, Modest Mouse drummer Joe Plummer and...Scott PilgrimMichael Cera.

We've got more photos coming in a slideshow, for sure, but in the meantime check out a couple photos of Cera blasting some Sub Pop.

So, what are you going to do today? It's a tough question: there's the St. Patrick's Day Parade, the big run, 35 Conferette Day Three, and--oh yeah--the Toadies.

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