Don Amero

Don Amero is a powerful stylist, Juno nominee and engaging storyteller whose latest single, Love Like That, is giving genuine music fans a taste of the real deal as he melts Canadian hearts from coast to coast.

Errol Ranville and C-Weed

With almost four decades of music under his belt, including nineteen albums and counting, Errol “C-Weed” Ranville has been a stalwart figure in Canada’s country music scene.

David Williams

Williams is a descendant of the Wakka Wakka people from central southwest Queensland, he was brought up with his culture in suburban Rockhampton, Queensland.

Te Whare Hukahuka

Te Whare Hukahuka is an education organisation focusing on empowering indigenous community organisations,their leaders, and people as a whole. We believe that innovation, and adapting modern techniques to create diverse perspectives make all the difference. We work on the principle that ancient Maori wisdom and tradition can lead us in a powerful way to build organisations that are relevant and effective in today’s world.

Keith Secola

Keith Secola is an icon and ambassador of Native music. He is one of the most influential artists in the field today. Rising from the grassroots of North America, he is a songwriter of the people. Critics have dubbed him as the Native versions of both Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen. NDN Kars (Indian cars), his most popular song is considered the contemporary Native American anthem, chieving legendary status and earning him a well deserved cult following.


An upcoming Native American progressive rock band is extremely excited to begin the recording process for their full length debut CD. They have been in the writing process for almost a year, perfecting their sound and the whole creative approach. Rather than just forming a band and writing some music, they are driven by a creative movement of empowerment and spiritual enlightenment.

Big Ben

Big Ben Kandukira, born Venaune Ben Kandukira a great Saskatoon welcome!!

He is one of the most celebrated performing and recording artists in contemporary Nambia

Black Rain

Black Rain will be performing songs off their New CD!

From  Ahtahkakoop First Nation/Prince Albert, SK

Saskatchewan World Indigenous Festival for the Arts

August 24th and 25th, 2016

The Saskatchewan World Indigenous Festival for the Arts will bring together different Indigenous cultures to promote cultural exchange, unity and reconciliation through music and the arts within a 2-day festival for August 24th and 25th, 2016 at Delta Bessborough Gardens in Saskatoon, SK.  The diverse Indigenous people of Saskatchewan will have the opportunity to work on the creation of joint performances, while inviting Indigenous artists and musicians from other provinces and countries to diversify the intercultural experience.

Check out the Main Stage show times!

Festival Opening!