Somba K’e Park will burst with the sounds of some of the most recognized entertainers in Aboriginal music and television.
PRE-SHOW: 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm MT
Emerging artists will take the stage prior to the live evening concert.
- Kristen McArthur
- Crook the Kid
CONCERT: 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm MT
Hosted by Snookie Catholique and Sonia Bonspille Boileau, featuring
Originally from Behchoko, NT. His alternative rock is defined by powerful guitar solos and world-weary voice, reverberating with the echoes of the frozen North.
Three-time winner of Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards (now Indigenous Music Awards) will be crossing the 49th parallel to rock out with the rest of the nation.
JB The First Lady
Member of the Nuxalk and Onondaga First Nations. A Vancouver-based hip hop and spoken word artist spreading the words of empowerment and the perspective of urban Indigenous women in Canada.
Indigenous influenced hip hop with a fuse of EDM. Gripping lyricism delves into spirituality, social awareness, justice, and connections to Mother Earth.
Nadia & Jason Burnstick
Plains-Cree guitarist, Jason Burnstick, and Francophone-Métis singer-songwriter, Nadia Gaudet Burnstick are two performers whose voices and languages blend together with ease. Delivering refreshing and compelling folk music collaborations.
Host - Snookie Catholique
Face of new wave movement at Standing Rock. Journalist, life-long protector of the land, advocate and language revitalizer from Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation.
Host - Sonia Bonspille Boileau
Over the last decade, this bilingual Mohawk filmmaker has developed and produced T.V. projects in English and French ranging from children's programming to socially driven documentaries. Recipient of the APTN Award of Distinction at the Montreal’s First Peoples Festival.