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Your New Year’s Eve party boat may be dry-docked, but there’s plenty of reasons to get back in the water this week if you are looking for an excuse to get out in Saskatoon. The Pxrtals returns home from parts unknown armed with a new cassette for release at Amigos on Saturday. Also, don’t forget to check out The Great Fuss on Friday at Vangelis. And if you are looking for some Stranger Things vibes to move your body to, check out the Snowball Dance at The Capitol on Saturday.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 2
– Key of J at Buds on Broadway

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3
– Key of J at Buds on Broadway

THURSDAY, JANUARY 4
– Ellestad Wiik Duo at The Bassment
– Brewster and the Roosters at Buds on Broadway

FRIDAY, JANUARY 5
– Crooked Creek and Aryn El Hefe at Capitol Music Club
– Soft Cotton, Good Nature and The Great Fuss at Vangelis
– Good Nature, The Great Fuss and Soft Cotton at Vangelis
– Oliver the Crow at The Bassment
– Slypstreme at Buds on Broadway
– Stone The Witch and Raising Acadia at Amigos

SATURDAY, JANUARY 6
– Gerard Weber Sextet at The Bassment
– Things We Never Did at Vangelis
– Snowball Dance at Capitol Music Club
– Stuck in the 80s at Buds on Broadway
– Hollow Oax, The Pxrtals and Cryptorchids at Amigos

SUNDAY, JANUARY 7
– Tonight It’s Poetry featuring Bonnie Logan at Amigos

MONDAY, JANUARY 8
– Ava Wild and Scott Pettigrew at Capitol Music Club
– Wulfgang, Lyle Kaye, Eric Bzowy and Darrel Koszman at Vangelis