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Date:
November 25, 5pm-6:30pm
November 26, 5pm-7pm
November 27, 5pm-7pm
November 28, 5pm-6:30pm

Venue: Online on Facebook and Youtube

The sākihiwē festival has launched a stellar slate of music performances for a virtual festival experience this year. Running November 25-28 via Facebook and YouTube, the programming features premieres of collaborations with filmmakers across the country and video from summer pop-up concerts alongside community partners Ka Ni Kanichihk, Central Neighbourhoods Winnipeg, the Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre, and the Spence Neighbourhood Association.

Performers include acclaimed local favourites Boogey The Beat, Burnstick, Caid Jones, Ernest Monias, Geronimo Inutiq, Ila Barker, Leonard Sumner, Nikki Komaksiutiksak, and Victoria Turko, along with rising star Tia Wood, singer/songwriter Jayli Wolf, Igloolik’s Angela Amarualik, pop luminary Prado, hard rock duo Miesha & The Spanks, changemaker Angel Baribeau, indie rockers The Crashfields, folk artist Aysanabee, and nêhiyaw singer Wyatt C. Louis.

Music fans can tune in for the online premieres of individual performances plus share and rewatch the videos online for the next three months. Check out the schedule below (all times in CT) and be sure to tune in!
SCHEDULE

Ka Ni Kanichihk Block Party
ft. Tia Wood, Jayli Wolf, Angela Amarualik, Boogey The Beat
Partner: Ka Ni Kanichihk
Thursday, November 25, 2021
5:00 pm: Tia Wood (YouTube / Facebook)
5:30 pm: Jayli Wolf (YouTube / Facebook)
6:00 pm: Angela Amarualik (YouTube / Facebook)
6:30 pm: Boogey The Beat (YouTube / Facebook)

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Central Park Block Party
ft. Prado, Boogey The Beat, Wyatt C. Louis, Ila Barker, Victoria Turko
Partner: Central Neighbourhoods Winnipeg
Friday, November 26, 2021
5:00 pm: Prado (YouTube / Facebook)
5:30 pm: Ila Barker (YouTube / Facebook)
6:00 pm: Wyatt C. Louis (YouTube / Facebook)
6:30 pm: Aysanabee (YouTube / Facebook)
7:00 pm: Victoria Turko (YouTube / Facebook)

Turtle Island Block Party
ft. Angel Baribeau, Leonard Sumner, The Crashfields, Geronimo Inutiq, Ernest Monias
Partner: Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre
Saturday, November 27, 2021
5:00 pm: Angel Baribeau (YouTube / Facebook)
5:30 pm: Leonard Sumner (YouTube / Facebook)
6:00 pm: The Crashfields (YouTube / Facebook)
6:30 pm Geronimo Inutiq (YouTube / Facebook)
7:00 pm: Ernest Monias (YouTube / Facebook)

Spence Neighbourhood Block Party
ft. Miesha & The Spanks, Burnstick, Nikki Komaksiutiksak, Caid Jones
Partner: Spence Neighbourhood Association, West End Cultural Centre
Sunday, November 28, 2021
5:00 pm: Caid Jones (YouTube / Facebook)
5:30 pm: Burnstick (YouTube / Facebook)
6:00 pm: Nikki Komaksiutiksak (YouTube / Facebook)
6:30 pm: Miesha & The Spanks (YouTube / Facebook)

This is event is an MB Live partnered event. For more info about MB Live, visit manitobamusic.com/mblive. For more info about partnerships, please visit manitobamusic.com/partnerships.

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