Ominocity stage located in front of Little Chief Service Station at Park(ing) Day
Park(ing) Day is set to make its return to Saskatoon on Friday, September 19 and for the third year in a row Ominocity will be hosting live music at the event. We’ll be dragging our infamous red couch out onto the street and setting up in front of Little Chief Service Station (20th Street & Avenue D) from 12pm to 5pm to serenade festival-goers as they wander from parklet to parklet.
So come have lunch at one of Park(ing) Days many food trucks, catch some live music, share your ideas for Saskatoon’s future at the Speaker’s Corner or watch cartoons and munch on popcorn at the Roxy Theatre. Over 40 parking stalls are being presented by local businesses and organizations this year so there will be plenty to check out!
Now, let’s introduce you to Saskatoon Park(ing) Day’s 2014 performers…
Armed with an acoustic guitar, Kirby Criddle will steal your heart with a tender performance over the noon hour. Grab some lunch and be prepared to be inspired!
Having recently moved to Saskatoon from Vancouver, K.W. Miller is ready to shake Park(ing) Day as a folk trio. His track “Murder Mystery” has us stomping all around the office!
Graham Tilsley is ready to serenade Park(ing) Day with some jazzy folk-rock as an acoustic duo. This experienced performer is not to be missed!
Stephen Cooley’s Mosaias project will fill the streets with ambient noise and looping guitars to create a unique, complex sound.
Six Moons Later vocalist Anna Haversack will close Park(ing) Day with a solo performance. Be prepared to dance!