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Saskatoon Events Calendar

Nightlife entertainment guide for Saskatoon

Looking for a complete list of special events in Saskatoon ? Look no further. Here is your nightlife entertainment guide for Saskatoon.

The Bassment , 202 Fourth Avenue North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada | show on map

Known for their exceptional musicianship and unique interpretations of American roots and blues, Michael Jerome Brown and Joël Fafard are two award-winning and JUNO-nominated artists. Michael is known as one of the great archivists of southern music and can define the lines of tradition with ease, while Joël seeks to blur these very same lines, [more]

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Join vocalist Gillian Snider as she pays homage to the work of music icon Joni Mitchell. The night’s set list will include the well-loved songs that changed the face of folk music as well as the favourite jazz standards that Joni chose to record. Joining Gillian will be Kim Salkeld (piano), Adam Streisel (trumpet), Nevin Buehler (bass), Kyle [more]

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Since her untimely passing in 1996, singer Eva Cassidy’s reputation as one of the greatest interpreters of jazz, blues, folk, gospel, country, rock, and pop songs has grown steadily. Eva’s ability to fashion incredibly beautiful and unique arrangements has created a legacy that lives on in the hearts of her followers. One such fan is Saskatoon [more]

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Award-winning trumpeter and composer David Buchbinder brings together top jazz and world musicians to present an exhilarating evening of musical discovery fusing Jewish and Cuban music. With a common ancestry in medieval Andalusia and sharing Arabic, Roma (Gypsy), Sephardic and North African forbearers, Jewish and Cuban music traditions also share [more]

Vangelis Tavern , 801 Broadway Ave, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada | show on map

KJ Events and Dethura Metal Promotions proudly presents: Psycroptic (Tasmania, Australia) Biography Isolation can often result in unique outcomes. Hailing from the tiny, frosty, untamed and detached Australian state that is Tasmania, Psycroptic have become an unparalleled act in an enigmatic world wide movement commonly known as death metal. [more]

The Bassment , 202 Fourth Avenue North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada | show on map

Piano Fridays is the perfect way to start your weekend – live piano with great food and drink. Fintansits down at the Yamaha S6 grand piano at 4:30 to play three 45 minute sets. [more]

The Bassment , 202 Fourth Avenue North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada | show on map

Piano Fridays is the perfect way to start your weekend – live piano with great food and drink. Fintansits down at the Yamaha S6 grand piano at 4:30 to play three 45 minute sets. [more]

The Bassment , 202 Fourth Avenue North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada | show on map

Piano Fridays is the perfect way to start your weekend – live piano with great food and drink. Fintansits down at the Yamaha S6 grand piano at 4:30 to play three 45 minute sets. [more]

The Bassment , 202 Fourth Avenue North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada | show on map

A pastor’s daughter from Regina, Dione Taylor began playing the organ at age four and by age 10 was the music director and organist at the Shiloh Assembly Apostolic Church. Nominated for a 2005 JUNO for Best Jazz Vocal Album and for a Gemini award for her rendition of Oscar Peterson’s “Hymn to Freedom,” Dione has an established a career as [more]

The Bassment , 202 Fourth Avenue North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada | show on map

A roots balladeer with a rare personal warmth, Edmonton’s Scott Cook has managed to distil stories collected over a decade of constant touring across Canada, the United States, Europe, Asia, and Australia into straight-talking, keenly observant verse. Road-worn, painfully honest, and deeply human, his tunes weave threads of folk, roots, blues, [more]