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Burnstick, photo by Gabrielle Touchette

The sākihiwē festival at No Stone Unturned

By Alan Greyeyes | July 24, 2019

Tags: Burnstick | Dawn Chartrand | No Stone Unturned | richard inman | Southern Thunderbird

The family and friends of Claudette Osborne-Tyo are hosting the 11th annual No Stone Unturned concert in honour of all Manitoba’s missing and murdered at St. John's Park on Saturday, July 27 and the sākihiwē festival is presenting folk music duo Burnstick, country rocker Dawn Chartrand, singer/songwriter Richard Inman, and pow wow drum group Southern Thunderbird/Humming Bird Calling during the event. The sākihiwē festival performances are set for 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., but the full program, which includes many other artists, ends at 11:00 p.m.

The sākihiwē festival at No Stone Unturned
St. John's Park, 1 Fowler Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba
1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. (No Stone Unturned ends at 11:00 p.m.)
Free | Outdoors | Everyone Welcome
Bring blankets and chairs

1:00 p.m.: Southern Thunderbird/Humming Bird Calling
2:00 p.m.: Richard Inman
3:00 p.m.: Dawn Chartrand
4:00 p.m.: Burnstick

Along with the free entertainment, No Stone Unturned will include a free feast, a silent auction, and a candlelight vigil.

Claudette Osborne-Tyo was 21-years old when she went missing from Winnipeg’s north end. She was a mother (4 children and now a grand son), a daughter, a sister (to many siblings), an aunt, and friend to many. She is loved and missed everyday.

Please visit the No Stone Unturned event page on Facebook for additional information:

Aboriginal Music Manitoba would like to acknowledge North End Revitalization Incorporated, the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Manitoba Arts Council, and the Winnipeg Arts Council for their financial support of the sākihiwē festival's outreach concert series.