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Brit’s Picks Nov. 10 – 17

Brit’s Picks Nov. 10 – 17
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Saskatoon will gather to remember veterans with its traditional indoor ceremony. (sasktelcentre.com)

Lest We Forget        Friday

SaskTel Centre

It’s a chance to pause and remember the veterans of war and conflict from all over the world. The entire family is invited down to SaskTel Centre for its annual ceremony. There will be a full parade and choir performances. Admission is free.

Full details here.

 

Musical Benefit        Saturday

Knox United Church

The Saskatoon Children’s Choir is banking on the talents of a local star to help out those in need. Welcome Home is a benefit concert that will feature Jeffrey Straker solo and with members of the choir. This show is special because it’s being staged to raise money to help support a refugee family settle right here in Saskatoon. Great music and a fantastic cause, you can’t help but feel good being a part of it. Tickets are $20.

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Hit After Hit      Nov.15

TCU Place

Get ready for a night of tunes you can groove along to. Four By Four is a musical revue that celebrates the music of some of the great acts. Hits by The Beach Boys, The Beatles, The Bee Gees and Motown all in one night. Four singers all on stage performing the songs in a fully choreographed show. This is one for the whole family and a great way to introduce younger generations to some of the great performers of the 20th Century. Tickets are $54.

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Long Way Home          Nov. 15

SaskTel Centre

It’s a chance to kick back and listen to a classic rocker sing the songs we know and love him for. Roger Hodgson is the main voice behind 1970s & 1980s power band Supertramp. It’s Hodgson’s famous falsetto that we instantly recognize on hits like It’s Raining Again and Dreamer. Hodgson is out on a world tour and is stopping in Saskatoon next week. This is a great date night and a chance to belt out the hits at the top of your lungs. Tickets are $60-$100.

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Britainy Zapshalla With more than 15 years as an arts reporter at CBC Radio-Canada under her belt, Britainy Zapshalla considers herself not only an expert but also a die hard fan of Saskatchewan’s entertainment scene. She’s a regular contributor to CTV Morning Live in Saskatoon and loves to help people plan their weekends with Brit’s Picks.

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