• Grade A Festivals,  Saskatchewan

    Regina Folk Festival

    The Regina Folk Festival (Regina, SK) August 7-9, is held annually in Victoria Park on the weekend following the long weekend in August, and is a much-anticipated and immense celebration of music and community. The festival organization believes that live performance is an important form of communication, joins people together, creates an individual and collective voice, is part of the cultural mosaic of Regina and Saskatchewan, and is a forum for positive artistic, social and cultural development. The Regina Folk Festival has received an ‘A’ grade on the Canadian Festival Report Card for the past three years. Visit their website for tickets and lineup info!

  • Grade A Festivals,  Saskatchewan

    Ness Creek Festival

    Ness Creek Cultural and Recreational Society presents the Ness Creek Festival (Saskatoon, SK) July 16-19, is reputed as “The best time you can have in one weekend!” Four Magical Days celebrating Music, Arts, Community and Ecology in the breathtaking setting of the Boreal Forest. Over 30 Main Stage performances, Workshop stage, Eco-Village, Artisan Market, Community Kitchen, Children’s Area, Drum and Dance Circle, Community Sharing Circle, After Hours Tent, and more. Immerse yourself in the Magic of Ness while staying in our rustic campgrounds. The best part is that camping is free with a weekend pass! Feel the sunshine on your face, dance to the beat of live music, breathe the fresh…

  • Eekwol and T-Rhyme
    Artists,  Saskatchewan

    Artist Spotlight: Eekwol and T-Rhyme

    For Women By Women (FWBW) is the debut of veteran rappers Eekwol and T-Rhyme, who team up to relay powerful messages about hip hop, Indigenous experience and being women in a new project which is aptly titled. Thanks to a Canada Council for the Arts, they spare no expense in delivering high quality content. They have built up hype around this album and have been invited to perform at festivals and events, such as Show and Prove in Los Angeles, CA, Regina Folk Festival and Sask Music Awards. Being an Indigenous musician is a political act. There is no exception for being women in the hip hop industry. Eekwol has…