It’s become an annual tradition for Saskatoon based country/rock band The Barrelmen. These guys are a great combination of both genres and these four buddies put on a great show with their banter and antics on stage. It’s another great chance to get your friends together while they are home for the holidays. Tickets for both evenings run $20 – $40.
A great way to celebrate a new year with the little ones. If you’ve got a fan of princesses at home, you’re not going to want to miss Rogers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella. This is a Tony Award winning Broadway musical that tells this well-known story of love and magic. Tickets are $45-$93.
Ring in the New Year early with the kids on the rink. (Facebook)
Meewasin Rockin’ New Year’s Eve Skating Party
Meewasin Skating Rink
Countdown to 2019 with the whole family in tow with the Bessborough Hotel in full view. The Meewasin Skating Rink will be the site of an evening filled with hot chocolate, sleigh rides, skating and entertainment by Joey Stylez and local DJ’s. There will be an early countdown to the New Year so your little ones can get in on the fun. The best part, this party is free.
One of my favourite acts from right here in Saskatoon is The Tragically Hip tribute band 100th Meridian and they will be taking over the Capitol Music Club to bring in 2019. The band is bringing along Collective Soul tribute act Hollywood Persuasion and the pop, funk band Chrome Empire. Tickets are $15
If you like themed parties with a chance to get dressed up to the 9’s you’ll want to grab tickets for Gatsby’s Mansion NYE 2018: The Final Cut. This is a 1920’s themed masquerade ball complete with champagne and red carpet arrivals. Several DJ’s will keep the tunes pumping and there will be projection screens, a massive light show and confetti cannons will ring in the new year right. Tickets are $20 -$40
Spend an evening with the slow island jams of the Oral Fuentes Reggae Band leading the way. This is a night full of Caribbean food and drink. DJ Patcha Gold from Jamaica and Lucianus Best from St. Lucia will keep the party going. Tickets are $15 – $20.