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Indigenous Music presents

Tuesday, June 21 / 12PM – 10PM
The Cube, Old Market Square, Winnipeg

Indigenous Music is celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day with a free all-day family-friendly concert at The Cube in Winnipeg’s Exchange District on June 21.

The Nistumee Neepinee Keesikow Concert will span the genres and spotlight 20 Indigenous artists from Manitoba along with a DJ playing music by Indigenous artists between sets, food vendors, and crafts by Indigenous artisans.

Nistumee Neepinee Keesikow means “First Day of Summer” in the Swampy Cree dialect and has been shared by Elder Eric Robinson from the Pimicikamak Cree Nation (Cross Lake Band of Indians).

The event was made possible by the support of FACTOR through the financial support of the Government of Canada and Canada’s private radio broadcasters.

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Indigenous artisans and organizations interested in having a free booth at the event can email Shaneen at imdp@manitobamusic.com for more info.

12:00PM Opening Prayer
12:10PM Daniel Desorcy
12:40PM Violet Vopni
1:10PM riel.
1:40PM Kwiat
2:10PM Gator Beaulieu
2:40PM Mic North
3:10PM Kristen McKay
3:40PM Kris Paul
4:10PM Low Budget Rock Star
4:40PM Drezden
5:10PM Becky Lou
5:40PM Brandi Vezina
6:10PM JC Campbell
6:40PM Rhonda Head
7:10PM Martin Desjarlais
7:40PM Stun
8:10PM Nelson Little
8:40PM Joe Maxim
9:10PM The Bloodshots
9:40PM Jerry Sereda

Schedule subject to change without notice

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