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Jarrid Lee Live

Centerfield Music Festival, Main Street, St.Paul

CELEBRATING FIVE YEAR'S STRONG...FINALLY! IT'S GOING TO BE THE PARTY THET WE’VE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR… IT’S SHOWTIME!! WITH MORE MUSIC, MORE DANCING, MORE FOOD, MORE DRINK...MORE FUN! THE LAKELAND'S PREMIERE MUSIC FESTIVAL RETURNS TO THE HISTORIC JAYCEE BALLPARK IN THE SHADOW OF THE WORLD'S FIRST AND ONLY UFO LANDING PAD IN BEAUTIFUL ST. PAUL, ALBERTA. CENTERFIELD MUSIC FESTIVAL PRESENTED BY MCSNET KICKS OFF SUMMER WITH SOME OF THE COUNTRY'S BRIGHTEST STARS IN COUNTRY AND ROCK & ROLL…BATTER-UP!

Youth 2 Day Pass $59.99, Adult 2 Day Pass $99.00

This event is a showcase of Contemporary Indigenous Art from all across Western Treaty Six Territory. It is a celebration of Indigenous Artists working in the mediums of visual art, spoken-word, performance art, and music. The Collective is also collaborating with IHuman Youth Society and the Indigenous Artists Market Collective to bring Edmonton-based artists and vendors to the event. While the spoken-word, theatre, and visual art portion of the event are completely free, the music festival is a paid event. The music festival will be held in the North Field at the Energy Centre, this is an outdoor event so please dress for the weather. The music and entertainment will be from 3:30 to 11:00 pm. So come out and dance!!! The proceeds from the ticket sales will be used to pay each Artist who is a part of the event and will be used to bring the Festival back for another year.

$30

Twin Sisters Wedding

Bull House GFl, Carl Bulls Road , Goodfish Lake

My sister is getting married finally. 😂😎

HATE TO HOPE

Edmonton Federal Building, 9820 107th Ave, Edmonton Alberta Canada

FREE EVENT 10th annual Hate to Hope March and Rally. Edmontians are invited out to celebrate Hate to Hope 10th campaign. What a incredible 10 years it has been. 10 years raising awareness and creating change. Every year we aim to raise awareness for those in society without a voice and societies vulnerable populations. The rally serves as a "continued promise to break down social barriers and celebrate what's most important our humanity. We need to continue making our great province inclusive and welcoming. We are incredibly diverse, and instead of fighting with one another, we need to come together and embrace it. We need to accept that, first and foremost, we're all humans that are in this together. Everything else should come after that. We begin at 5:00pm. Starting point: 110 st and 84 avenue. Ending point at Violent King Henry Plaza (federal Plaza) with closing remarks around 8:00pm. This year we have a film crew coming out film for the show Going Native with celebrated Anishinaabe humorist and author Drew Hayden Taylor. MC's: Ceejay Courtright & Dustin Cattleman Entertainment: Jarrid Poitras “Jarrid Lee” Canadian Country Music Artist, SCMA- 2nd Vice President.