What to do in Saskatoon: The Jerry Cans, Zachary Lucky, Silence Kit

The Jerry Cans

In advance of this year’s Winterruption festivities comes The Jerry Cans. Creating music inspired by their hometown of Iqaluit, Nunavut. With their unique mix of Inuktitut alt-country, throat singing, and reggae, the Jerry Cans are a distinctly northern, one-of-a-kind group. Catch them this Saturday at the Broadway Theatre.

Zachary Lucky

Our dear, dear friend Zachary Lucky makes his return to his prairie hometown once again, with a house concert at Homemade Jam. These intimate shows tend to sell out rather quickly, so hopefully you got your tickets on time. This Tuesday!

Wrong Johnsons and Lip Slackers

A night of music, swaying and fundraising abound with the Wrong Johnsons and super cool openers Lip Slackers. This Friday at Amigos.

Von Jumbo, Moon Tan and Silence Kit

Some names you know and love, but the real winner here is Silence Kit, a Winnipeg-based group who are equal parts pounding hook pop and colourful fun alt-whatever-you-desire. Arrive early this Saturday at Amigos OR ELSE.

Tombstone Tommy & Jolie Blue

A(nother) night of pickups and Pils? You betcha – take in some shitkickin’ tunes at the Black Cat this Friday.