What to do in Saskatoon: nêhiyawak, Myka 9 and Factor Chandelier, The Radiant


nêhiyawak is comprised of three Indigenous musicians coalescing at the intersection between traditional and contemporary music. Their sound at times loud and sweeping, and in moments – reticent and careful. Come check them out this Sunday at Amigos.

The Radiant, Old Soul Rebel and Department Heads

Another chance to support your favourite local community radio station: Some great bands playing for a great cause – come hang and give a little back to CFCR 90.5 FM.

Myka 9 and Factor Chandelier

Legendary L.A. emcee Myka 9 will be rocking with his long time collaborator Factor Chandelier. Taking place this Wednesday at Amigos, so maybe go ahead and plan on calling it in for anything important you gotta do on Thursday.

Dylan Cooper, Nic Nibbs and Some Optimism

Some songs, probably a guitar, the beer will be cold, maybe some dancing, someone will nod their head rhythmically. This Saturday at the Black Cat.

Adolyne, The Great Sabatini, Blue Youth, Soul Mates

An evening of sonic abuses, sour notes, and black t-shirts. But really, do make sure to come see Adolyne – one of Saskatoon’s finest, their shows are a pummeling parade of technical perfections and the sweetest of harshed mellows. This Saturday at Amigos.

Pretty In Punk: Alien To The Ignorant, The Lunatic Touch and Tadoma

This Friday at the Capitol: A ruckus that aims to usher in monthly showcases and various events throughout the year, bringing in a variety of acts, workshop, and showing Saskatoon what it means to be punk. Come support!

A Fire Vessel Show

Featuring some of Saskatoon’s finest, including 3 Moonjask, respectfulchild, Sōhka and dis/organization, this show takes place at River Landing/Remai Modern on Tuesday, and is a whole lot of free.