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Long Day’s Night set for June 22-25 in Swift Current

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You can’t celebrate the longest days of the year properly if you’re tucked into bed, so join us at the Long Day’s Night Music Festival this June 22-25.


It includes four evenings of great Canadian acts in Swift Current under the big-top tent. Safe rides home are provided by SGI.
To start off this amazing festival on June 22, is the  Edmonton trio, Scenic Route to Alaska. These boys are bringing their mix of indie, folk and pop, starting off with some positive energy. Opening for them are Megan Nash and Bears in Hazenmore, further adding to that awesome prairie sound.
Make sure to wear comfy shoes June 23. The classy, romantic, uplifting Latin sound of Andino Suns is sure to make people dance. If they can’t get people moving then Regina-based, Skavenjah will. Their blend of Ska, Rock, Reggae and Soul has been making everybody move for more than 25 years.
June 24 will keep the positive energy high with Bombargo throwing down their funky sounds and intense live show. Hey good-lookin’ are you coming to see The Joel Plaskett Emergency? Featuring multiple Juno award winner Joel Plaskett, coming from the East-Coast to lay down some feel-good rock tunes.
Lastly, on June 25, enjoy Leeroy Stagger, an alternative country rock singer whose honest, gritty and arousing lyrics and music have been rising in popularity. With a fantastic live show, people won’t want to miss this chance to see this rising Canadian talent.
With the local Black Bridge Brewery providing draught beer, there are no reasons to stay home.
A limited number of Early Bird Festival Passes for all four nights are $95 and available at Pharmasave or Picatic.com. 
In June, the Festival Passes will cost $110 for all four nights.
Mark calendars and come out June 22-25 to enjoy all the prairies has to offer at Long Day’s Night Music Festival.

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