Saturday Schedule of Events

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT EACH DAY – FRIDAY | SATURDAY 

Saturday/ Samedi:

1:00 pm- Al Simmons

2:00 pm- Leaf Rapids

3:00 pm- William Prince

4:00 pm- Sweet Alibi

7:00 pm Go for a Szozda

9:00 pm Whole Lot of Angus

ALSO ON SATURDAY AT THE Ear Falls Waterfront Park at 9:30pm-  Outdoor Family Movie Night: Disney’s Raya and The Last Dragon

Al Simmons, Children’s Performer

Folk Duo Leaf Rapids

Saturday 3:00 PM

William Prince

On Gospel First Nation, William Prince tells us this story through the music of his childhood, songs of faith, struggle and grace. These are songs he learned and sang with his father in that chapel named for his great grandfathers, all preachers. William’s family home, the community of Peguis First Nation, is named for Prince’s ancestor, Chief Peguis, one of the highest regarded leaders of his time.

Saturday 4:00 PM

Sweet Alibi

Known for their soulful three-part harmonies, West Coast Music Award Winners Sweet Alibi, have shared their folk roots-pop infused music with listeners across North America and Europe since 2009. They are the distinct and complementary voices of Jess Rae Ayre, Amber Nielsen and Michelle Anderson, joined by Alasdair Dunlop on bass and Sandy Fernandez on drums.

Saturday 7:00 PM

Go For a Szozda

If you like a band that’s fun, plays great music, and involves the audience, you’ll LOVE “Go For a Szozda” They are a Winnipeg Cover Band that is passionate, yet playful. This four piece female fronted group consists of experienced musicians, blended sweetly with strong harmonies, and then add a diverse live show that gets the crowd singing and dancing!!! Everything from Rock to Pop, to Country, to R & B…a little sumthin’ for everyone to get the party going… and keep it going!

Saturday 9:00 PM

Whole Lot of Angus

Whole Lotta Angus has played all across Western Canada and Northwest Ontario over the last 5 years, developing a huge following everywhere they go. They have headlined many festivals and have set attendance and sales records in many of the bars they have performed at. Specializing in the Bon Scott era they attract the Baby Boomer crowd as well as the new younger throng of AC/DC fans

FRIDAY & SATURDAY AT CENTENNIAL PARK IN RED LAKE

FESTIVAL ADMISSION: FREE

FESTIVAL HOURS:  Friday: 6pm-10pm  |  Saturday: Noon – 10pm

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