From July 28 to Aug. 1, young, budding music stars will have the chance to make rock and pop music outdoors, in the big top tent at Gowan’s Grove and on the Lyric Stage.

If you’ve never heard of Nova Scotia rocker Molly Thomason, don’t worry, you will.

The Swift Current Ag and Ex are telling southwest Saskatchewan and beyond to “Saddle Up for the Ride of the Century.”

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New Country Rehab plays in Swift Current March 22

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The modern, high-voltage alt-country sound of Toronto's New Country Rehab brings new life to a genre of music popularized by bands like Mumford & Sons, The Avett Brothers, and The Lumineers. This dynamic four piece group will be performing at the Lyric Theatre on March 22, as part of this year's Blenders music series.

The Empress Theatre in Fort Macleod opens its doors to an evening of laughter, energy and music with Canada’s trio of musical funny men — The Arrogant Worms.

There is an unexpected change to Stars for Saskatchewan concert schedule for Swift Current at the end of this month.

Internationally known for putting on one of the best live shows in the world, Scotland-based celtic-fusion band The Peatbog Faeries will bring their energetic performance to Swift Current on March 14 as the final special concert of this year’s Blenders season.

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