Brit's Picks: Top things to see and do this weekend
Let Britainy Robinson help you fill your weekend with fun.
Regina & Area
This weekend it's all about the cheerleaders. 1,200 competitors from all over the province are coming to the University of Regina for the 2014 Cheerleading Championships.
This is all about entertainment, bragging rights, and most importantly, one lucky team will make it into the Cheerleading Worlds.
It's all happening in the Kinesiology Building at the U of R Saturday.
He knows what it's like to top the charts with pop rock group Mariana's Trench and now Matt Webb is taking a turn solo.
It's a softer sound for Webb, who's used to shredding it as lead guitar with the award winning band.
Webb has just released his first solo album Right Direction. The artist will stretch out musically on stage at the Exchange on Sunday night.
Rock fans are pumped to get a chance to see classic American blues rockers ZZ Top. The band has been at it since the 1970's.
The original lineup is back out on the road for a tour of the U.S. and Canada. There's one date in this province. ZZ Top will rock the roof off Mosaic Place in Moose Jaw Friday night.
Saskatoon & Area
You know him from TV as a panellist on George Stromboulopoulos Tonight on CBC TV and as host of CBC Radio's Laugh Out Loud.
Trade Show Wares
If you like wandering around checking out the merchandise and seeing artist work, firearms, antiques and jewellery, head over to Prairieland Park.
The Saskatoon Collector's Show is the largest of it's kind on the prairies. Outdoor enthusiasts will be there to check it out on Friday and Saturday.
Just a hop, skip and a jump away in another hall at Prairieland is the Taboo: Naughty But Nice Sex Show.
Taboo pushes the boundaries of erotic fun ingerie, boudoir photography, body paint and more.
There will also be performances by belly dancers and an exotic male review.
It's all happening at Prairieland Park.
Jazz for All
She was discovered at 19 and has quickly become one of the brightest stars on the Canadian jazz scene.
Panton is bringing her band along with her. This show is featuring songs from Panton's new release, Red, and is filled with standards by artist's like Cole Porter and the Gerswhin brothers.
The best part about this show is that it's an all ages one, so bring the family. That's Saturday night at the Bassment.
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