5 things to do in Saskatchewan this weekend

There's enough going on to keep you busy.

There's enough going on to keep you busy

1. Winterruption in Saskatoon and Regina

The Winterruption Festival is letting people take a break from winter with some great music. Acts this weekend include Harpoonist and The Axe Murderer, Fred Penner, and The Good Lovelies. Find what tickets are still available at the Broadway Theatre

In Regina shows are sold out for the band Whitehorse and artist Alex Cuba.

2. Latin Vibe in Saskatoon

Oral Fuentes will be playing at Saskatoon's Ecole Canadienne-Francaise for  an event called Latin Vibe. The money from tickets sold will help sponsor a Burundian family currently living in a Ugandan refugee camp. Find tickets here.

3. Symphonies in Saskatoon and Regina

The Regina Symphony Orchestra is presenting The Splendour of Tchaikovsky Saturday night at 8 p.m. CST at the Conexus Arts Centre. It's part of their Masterworks Concert series.

The Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra is hosting an event called North of the 49th.  It will highlight indigenous music in Canada with Cree and Inuit music being played, as well as a performance from 2014 Polaris Prize-winning artist, Tanya Tagaq. It starts at 7:30 p.m. CST at TCU Place.

4. Prairie Game Expo in Regina

The Prairie Game Expo takes place Saturday at the Core Ritchie Community Centre in Regina. It's a free come-and-go board game day that's open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. CST. People of all interest levels are encouraged to join in.

5. WinterShines in Saskatoon

WinterShines offers a whole weekend, and week, of fun in Saskatoon at 414 Ave. B S. It includes a snow park, princess cupcake contest and much more.


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