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Hailing from Montreal, The Dears rocketed to prominence back in the early 2000s after releasing a number of hook-heavy indie rock albums that swayed as much as they swooned. Now they’re back, with a Saskatoon ex-pat now handling bass duties no less, with a live show that’s as strong as anything you may remember. You can catch The Dears this Friday at The Broadway Theatre. Also, don’t miss Wake, Adolyne and pals ripping up the stage on Saturday, and the Girls Rock Camp All Grown Up Showcase on Sunday, both taking place at Amigos.

TUESDAY, MARCH 13
– Santana at SaskTel Centre
– Dukes Under Fire at Buds on Broadway

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14
– Drew Behm at Capitol Music Club
– Ray Bonneville at The Bassment
– Shawn James and Aryn El Hefe at Vangelis
– Smoke Wagon at Buds on Broadway

THURSDAY, MARCH 15
– Sean Burns and Lost Country at Capitol Music Club
– Bobby Shew Quartet at The Bassment
– Smoke Wagon at Buds on Broadway

FRIDAY, MARCH 16
– The Dears at The Broadway Theatre
– Suzie Vinnick at The Bassment
– DJ Sugar Daddy at Louis’
– Rumpus and Chris Cole at Capitol Music Club
– Von Jumbo, The Buzzardline and Kory Istace at Amigos
– Wild & Spirit and The Blue Mules at Buds on Broadway
– Cquel at Vangelis

SATURDAY, MARCH 17
– Andino Suns at Capitol Music Club
– Ineke Vandoorn and Marc van Vugt at The Bassment
– Jamgo, Notes, DJ Flex and Pre’L tha Illadelph at O’Brians Event Centre
– Wake, Adolyne, Man Meat and Dour at Amigos
Charger at Buds on Broadway

SUNDAY, MARCH 18
– Girls Rock Camp All Grown Up Showcase at Amigos

MONDAY, MARCH 19
– Pennywise at O’Brian’s Event Centre
– LadyBits Improv Comedy Collective at Amigos
– Wulfgang, Joel Jeffrey, James Bonsal and Bryan Cox at Vangelis