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Mînowin is a new multimedia dance work that integrates narrative, movement, song, performance, and multimedia design, connecting to landscapes from contemporary perspectives of customary Indigenous dance forms.
Singing vibrant duets with heart-filling harmonies, writing deadly songs and playing their iconic handmade banjos, Pharis & Jason Romero continue to blow away audiences since their first record release in 2011.
Begonia’s Alexa Dirks has never been able to fit into the box of being a "conventional woman". “I’m loud, I’m awkward and I’ve always taken up space. I've done things my whole life that some people would tell me weren't appropriate 'for a girl'.” That narrative that once tore Dirks down is now what empowers her to take charge of her own story, in her own way.
LUNA SOUND is a wild night of music that kicks off LUNA Festival weekend. LUNA SOUND features hip hop, blues, punk rock, RnB, EDM and everything in between, with 10 bands across 4 uniquely LUNA stages. Dance the night away and prepare to be blown away by spectacular and diverse Canadian musical talent.  
This band is all about the energy. Blazing solos, top-notch musicianship, and variety.
Old time and new-grass and western swing and psychedelic folk.
A Million Dollars in Pennies began as a harmony-driven duo delivering a fresh take on traditional acoustic folk music. Mike and Steph Shaver released their first album, Gone, right before they toured across Canada by bicycle.
Travelled storyteller, composer, and beastly vocalist Leila Neverland meets Vancouver-based bebop percussionist and renaissance man Neil Gray for a most elemental duet.
Rooted in the heart of the Kootenay Rockies, I draw my inspiration from the wild and rugged landscape that I call home.   
Buddy Wackett and the Floorwalkers try to stick true to their roots and tend to play the purest of honky tonk.

Tickets now on sale for our Fall REVY. Live program.