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Indigenous voices of Saskatchewan with Donny Parenteau and special guests

Join us for a vibrant multi-genre concert in support of Creative Kids with performances featuring eight Saskatchewan singers accompanied by a five-piece back-up band (instrumentation of guitars, piano, mandolin, fiddle).  All funds raised will benefit Creative Kids Saskatchewan.

Tickets: $40/50 available for purchase here.


Donny Parenteau is a proud Métis Country Music artist, born and raised in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Donny is a multi-instrumentalist – singer songwriter & is one of the highest nominated independent acts in Canada. Read more. 

Julianna Parenteau daughter of Donny and Patty, has been singing since age two. This young teenager performs at Métis events, the church near her home, and venues such as The Bassment.

Val Halla (Valerie Raye McLeod) is a Métis singer/songwriter & multi-instrumentalist born and raised in Regina.  She has shared stages with artists such as Alice Cooper, Burton Cummings, Ted Nugent, and more. Read more on her Facebook page. 

JJ Lavallee is a multi-award-winning Métis musician. Known for his fiddling, JJ is a soulful songwriter and singer and recipient of Male Artist of the Year at the Saskatchewan Indigenous Music Awards. Read more on his Facebook page. 

Teagan Littlechief is a country music artist from White Bear First Nation. Her crowning achievement was singing the Canadian national anthem in three languages -English, French and Cree at the 109th Grey Cup. Read more on her web-site. 

The Journalist – Andrew “The Journalist” Russell is a Christian hip hop artist from Caronport, SK. His roots are firmly in boom bap style hip hop. Russell is a two-time Freestyle Rap contest winner on Speaklife Radio (Las Vegas). Read more on his Facebook page. 

Krystle Pederson is a Saskatchewan based Cree/Métis actor, singer/songwriter performing across North America and New Zealand. She was one of three finalists on Dakota Dunes Idol, and one of 100 finalists on Canadian Idol. Her acting credits include a supporting role in Run: Broken Yet Brave. Read more on her Instagram page. 

Dillon Gazandlare is a below the elbow amputee from a reserve In northern Saskatchewan. Regardless of his disability Dillon has spent his time practicing, performing, and writing new music with various artists and rock bands in Canada. Read more on his Facebook page.