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A fresh wave of performers hit the International Children's Festival of the Arts <b>(7 photos)</b>

A fresh wave of performers hit the International Children's Festival of the Arts (7 photos)

From chasing fairies and building secret codes to paddling down the Sturgeon River, the International Children’s Festival of the Arts is packed with spontaneity, vibrancy and colour.

The ungodly Ghost plays Rogers Place

Swedish doom rock band Ghost has announced a grim reaper styled North American six-week tour called the Ultimate Tour Named Death.
Carly Rae Jepsen heading to Winspear Centre this September

Carly Rae Jepsen heading to Winspear Centre this September

Time to party at Rainmaker Rodeo Music Festival

Time to party at Rainmaker Rodeo Music Festival

Listen up, urban cowboys and cowgirls! It's time to dust off your cowboy hat and get ready to see some of Canada’s hottest bands at the 2019 Rainmaker Rodeo.
The Dead South plays a special kind of bluegrass

The Dead South plays a special kind of bluegrass

Now a hot ticket across both sides of the Atlantic, The Dead South is Saskatchewan band that built their audience show by show with a high-energy frenzy.
Sparrow Blue pumps up their southern rock style

Sparrow Blue pumps up their southern rock style

PREVIEW Sparrow Blue Opening: Open Air and Jess Smith Saturday, May 25, doors at 8 p.m. 99ten 9910 – 109 St.
River City Big Band revisits ’70s rock

River City Big Band revisits ’70s rock

All that jazz – and rock
New Orleans bluesman plays Bourbon Room

New Orleans bluesman plays Bourbon Room

Guitarist-singer Troy Turner guests on Mark Ammar's Saturday Session
Kings of raunch on comedy tour

Kings of raunch on comedy tour

Cody Ko and Noel Miller, creators of the Tiny Meat Gang Podcast, are stepping up their visibility with a Tiny Meat Gang Comedy Tour.
Walterdale Theatre celebrates 60 years with From Cradle to Stage

Walterdale Theatre celebrates 60 years with From Cradle to Stage

Anything but amateur