They’ve shot up the music charts with the single Spirits and now it’s your chance to see The Strumbellas live in our city. The Canadian group has been hard to define as they blend folk, pop and bluegrass together into a completely unique sound. It’s uplifting and inspired music. The Strumbellas have a new album out called Hope and the group is out on tour in support of it. Opening for The Strumbellas is Saskatoon’s own Close Talker. Catch them at TCU Place, tickets are $27.50
A new locally made film will take you on a crazy grindhouse ride. Instruments of Evil is a film by Eye Catcher Films and it features three 20 min stories that all converge into one big story. The show has comedy, gore and even the supernatural into a night of entertainment that the filmmakers hope will have you laughing all the way home. All the fun kicks off Saturday night with a special red carpet event. There’s a screening and Q&A to follow as well as an afterparty at Vangelis. Tickets are $10.
The Floyd Youth Theatre Festival is back for it’s 11th season of independent theatre. (Facebook)
Teen Theatre Now – Sat. The Refinery
It’s silly, sometimes poignant and always relevant to aspiring youth who want to express themselves through theatre. The Floyd Festival is back for it’s 11th year with five new shows to entertain. This festival was started by Andy Carlson-McNab who named the festival after his uncle Floyd Carlson. Uncle Floyd willed the money to his great-nephew to pursue his dreams in theatre. In this festival all the writers, directors and performers are under the age of 25. Their motto is ‘Creativity, Confidence & Community’ and they are creating just that. Tickets are $10-$15.
Street Meet invites you to explore graffiti, public art and performance while walking the streets of Saskatoon. (Facebook)
Art Out & About Fri. & Sun. Various Venues
It’s a chance to explore public art and the city we live in. Street Meet is an annual public art and graffiti festival in it’s fourth year here in Saskatoon. The festival features professional artists from all over the world who create works right in front of you. Check out the wheatpaste workshop with Cate Francis on Saturday and don’t miss the walking tour of graffiti, photography and surprise media on Sunday.