A story about growing up and learning who you are both on and off the pitch is hitting the Live Five stage to kick off the New Year. The Wolves follows an all-female soccer team as they train for the upcoming season and deal with issues in their personal lives. This show bridges the worlds of sport and the arts and gives a glimpse at the beauty and complexity of adolescence. Tickets are $22 – $26.
❤️❤️❤️LUGO Love tickets are now on sale!❤️❤️❤️Don’t miss your chance to be part of the go-to event of the season, all while raising money for museum programming.Today we’re excited to share our first sneak peek at LUGO Love: The Love Pavilion. On January 11, the heartbeat of #lugolove2020 will be found in the Connect Gallery on the ground floor. Throughout the night, LUGO guests will be treated to a full slate of artist compelling and provocative performances, from dance to drag to poetry and more.Stay tuned for more updates on performers, restauranteurs and other exciting features at LUGO Love 2020.https://remaimodern.org/lugolove
It’s an evening that celebrates the city’s arts scene blending visual art, music, poetry and dance. LUGO is back for its 10th incarnation, this year as LUGO Love. The event will focus on the potential of love as a force for social change and creative expression. There will be live performances by artists like Raeburn and Aurora Wolfe, installations by photographer and artist Steven Beckly, sound meditation by Kiko Sounds and of course, the photo booth to capture all the fun. A special addition this year is the love pavilion which will feature performances of dance, drag and poetry. Tickets are $40 – $90 and are always in high demand.
An evening of wonderful music by four piano powerhouses awaits you this weekend. David Fong, Kim Salkeld, Don Griffith and Ray Stephanson will span genres from jazz to rock and everything in between. The artists will solo and play together. If you like piano bars, this show is for you. Tickets are $24 – $29.
Pat Mitchell is fulfilling a life-long dream by releasing her debut album. (Facebook)
Pat Mitchell CD Release
She’s been a staple on the Saskatoon music scene since the 70’s playing corporate parties, dances and clubs but Pat Mitchell wanted more. The local songstress had always dreamed of creating an album. That dream has finally been realized and Mitchell is having a party to celebrate with her musical friends in tow. Mitchell will perform a collection of her favourite tunes as well as her own songs. Tickets are $15.