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Brit’s New Year’s Picks

Brit’s New Year’s Picks
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Waltzing Wonder        Saturday

TCU Place

It’s a chance for you to waltz your way into 2018 with the music of old. Salute to Vienna features soprano Patricia Nessy and tenor Adam Fisher backed by the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra. This show is made even more magical by the beautiful costumes and dancers on stage. It’s a show that will have you swaying in your seat and wanting to dance long after the polkas and waltzes end. Tickets are $57-$91 and they are going quickly.

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The Last Sunday (Sept. 24, 2017)
Sum Theatre is tackling some of the month’s biggest headlines through theatre, music and hot seat interviews this weekend. (Sum Theatre Corp.)

Fresh Perspective            Sunday

Secret Location (Broadway District)

Whether you are a news junkie or prefer the spontaneity of live performance, Sum Theatre has an event you won’t want to miss this New Year’s Eve. The Last Sunday is a chance to get out with your company and experience all the surprises our local arts community has to offer. Each month, musicians, playwrights and local celebrities get together in a secret location to tackle some of the day’s hottest topics. This month’s performance will feature the musical talents of J.P. Hewison and a rant by Ashton Francis. Meet the company on the corner of Broadway Ave. and 11th St. at 7:30 p.m.  and they’ll take you to the performance space. Best of all, this event is free and there are snacks provided.

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Vintage Party       Sunday

Broadway Theatre

Girl power takes the stage once again for a vintage New Year’s Eve celebration with Rosie & The Riveters. This trio specializes in harmonies and tunes that take you back to the 1940’s. The group tour exhaustively and are currently working on a new album. Guests are invited to dress up in their favourite vintage attire and take full advantage of the photo booth they’ll have. The Riveters are bringing some friends along for the ride Megan Nash and Jo & Jay will also perform. The whole evening caps off with an early countdown at 11:00 p.m.. Tickets are $45.

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Prairie Party          Sunday

Prairieland Park

If you’re looking for just an all out good time with hundreds of your friends and neighbours, then look no further than Prairieland Park to ring in the New Year. Men Without Shame are headlining the New Year’s Eve House Party 2017. The classic rock tribute group will help you get your groove on and then during the breaks, DJ Anchor will keep the party going. Tickets for this party are $25 in advance and $30 at the door.

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Oh What A Night         Sunday

Village Guitar & Amp

It’s a chance to groove to Soul and R&B hits through the decades with local musicians who truly know how to get a crowd grooving. Led by Heidi Munro, this band will take the stage for a New Year’s party that will be out of this world fun. There will be a champagne toast and appetizers to keep you fueled. Tickets are $55.

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My Favourite Things       Jan. 2-3

TCU Place

It’s a musical that everyone can sing along to. The Sound Of Music is the classic tale of the von Trapp family and its governess Maria. This live Broadway show has all the songs, choreography and staging that will help you fall in love with the story all over again. This is a great way to introduce children to the magic of live musical theatre. Tickets are $45 – $105 and they are selling out fast.

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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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