Kicking off on June 20 in Swift Current, Long Day’s Night music festival promises four nights of fantastic music under a big-top tent at Marston Street and 11th Avenue SW. The festival, now in its 11th year, provides a great way to enjoy the longest nights of the year with an impressive lineup of entertainment.


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The two-year pilot of the artsVest Saskatchewan program is winding down, and local cultural organizers are hoping that the program will continue into the future. artsVest Saskatchewan is a sponsorship training and matching incentive program, designed to assist Saskatchewan’s small and medium-sized arts organizations in the development of new and mutually beneficial partnerships with local businesses.


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Wednesday, 10 April 2013 15:16

Harry Manx hits Lyric stage on April 25

Although he has been in the music business for approximately 40 years, folk musician Harry Manx has only been a professional recording artist for the past fifteen. He will be bringing his extensive experience as an artist to the Lyric Theatre on April 25, as part of the Blenders music series.


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Americana roots group Steel Wheels will be stopping in Swift Current to perform at the Lyric Theatre on April 5, as part of the Blenders music series. This dynamic four-piece string band focuses on a more 'stripped down' kind of sound, featuring acoustic instruments and vocal harmonies.


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At the age of 4, Alex Cuba had his first on-stage experience when his father took him on a national TV show to play with one of his bands. Since then, the musician has been actively pursuing his passion, bringing his unique blend of Cuban-Canadian music to audiences around the globe.

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