The best of our province’s music scene will be on stage and celebrating Thursday night at the Broadway Theatre. The 2019 Saskatchewan Music Awards will be handed out. This ceremony is the kick off to Very Prairie: Saskatchewan Music Summit which is a week-long conference for the music industry. Along with all the hardware being handed out, there will be plenty of live performances by artists including Megan Nash, Jay Semko, Autopilot and Jay & Jo. YXE Underground creator Eric Anderson and comedian Jenny Ryan will host this star studded gala. Tickets are $20.
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Saskatoon Children’s Choir (Facebook)
Sing Choirs of Angels
Friday & Saturday
Knox United Church
There’s nothing better this time of year than the sounds of children’s voices. The Saskatoon Children’s Choir are going to be joined on stage by a full band to present its annual Christmas concert. Sing Choirs of Angels will include classical tunes as well as holiday favourites. This is an award winning choir and a great family show. Tickets are $15 – $30.
If you’ve even so much as glanced at your social media feeds, I’m sure you’ve seen some beautiful pictures of families frolicking through the Christmas light displays of Glow Saskatoon. This is a month-long event at Prairieland Park that celebrates the holiday season with lights, festive drinks, a vendors market and a ton of family activities. There will be visits by Santa and live music You have to book your tickets in advance based on arrival time, you can stay as long as you like. Tickets are $15 – $23 and $70 – $75 for a family pass.
She’s been tearing up the R&B and pop music scene in this province for awhile now booking gigs like the SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival and the Ness Creek Music Festival and now Denise Valle is getting ready to take on the world. Valle’s releasing her single Repeat Affections and its companion music video Friday night and then will hit the stage to perform Saturday. She’s got a sexy sound and this show would make a pretty great date night. Tickets are $20 – $25.
Elf – The Musical will be bringing the Christmas cheer right up until January. (Persephone Theatre)
Elf The Musical
Dec. 4 – Jan. 5
There’s no denying the pull of Persephone Theatre’s annual holiday show. It’s always family friendly and this one really hits the mark when it comes to kid-pleasers. Elf – The Musical is so popular, that even before its opening, it’s already been extended right up until January. Like the Hollywood movie, this is the story of Buddy, a human child who is raised as an elf in Santa’s workshop. Once he learns his true identity, he heads out on a quest to find his real dad and the true meaning of Christmas. Tickets are $23 – $63.