What to do in Saskatoon: Femfest, Gunner and Smith, Coeur de Pirate


Femfest is back – an annual International Women’s Day showcase and celebration of female-identified and non-binary musicians (and their feminist allies) in the Saskatoon music scene. 100% of proceeds from door sales will go towards Iskwewuk E-wichiwitochik (Women Walking Together), a Saskatoon organization that provides support networks for the families of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in Saskatchewan. Come support and have a super fantastic time!

Gunner and Smith, Ellen Froese and the Hot Toddies, Nick Faye

It’s going to be an epic night of all sorts of haunting, danceable songs: Catch Gunner and Smith, Ellen Froese and the Hot Toddies and Regina’s favourite Twitter personality Nick Faye at Amigos this Saturday.

Eliza Doyle, Forrest Eaglespeaker and John Antoniuk

Need a pick-me-up for your Monday night? Check out this songwriters’ circle at The Capitol.

Coeur de Pirate

Béatrice Martin, a.k.a. Cœur de pirate makes their triumphant return back to Saskatoon. Come dance dance dance this Saturday at the Coors Event Centre.

Sleepwreck, Basement Paintings and S’Moore

Cyborgs and bonfires, drums and bass, dance and sway. Maybe pick at least one, and check out this show, Friday at Amigos.

Tourist Company, Long Range Hustle and Ritual Rabbits

Saskatoon’s Ritual Rabbits are back and they’re opening for some other people who play guitars and stuff! Come check em all out this Wednesday at the Black Cat.