- sākihiwē summer concert in Assiniboine Park We're kicking off our sākihiwē summer concert series with the Assiniboine Park Conservancy at the Lyric Theatre on Thursday, July 13. Country singer Desiree Dorion will be making the trip from Dauphin, Manitoba to kick everything off at 7:00 pm and folk/roots duo Burnstick is set to hit the stage at 8:00 pm.
- sākihiwē festival Paris We're working with the Canadian Cultural Centre in Paris, France to help Digging Roots, Leela Gilday, and Burnstick connect with music presenters and potential team members in France. The project, entitled sākihiwē festival Paris, includes a showcase on October 11, a workshop for youth on October 12, and meetings throughout Paris on October 12, 13, and 14. The group will also attend the MaMA Music & Convention in Paris, which begins on October 12.
- Burnstick, Fawn Wood and Dallas Waskahat for sākihiwē music Thursdays Folk music duo Burnstick and round dance singers Fawn Wood and Dallas Waskahat have video premieres for sākihiwē music Thursdays scheduled for release in September.
- sākihiwē festival Opaskwayak The sākihiwē festival is working with Joe A. Ross School in Opaskwayak Cree Nation (OCN) to deliver a series of free music workshops and performances by four Indigenous artists from Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba on March 18 and 19.
- Burnstick explores climate change in Manitoba Burnstick takes us to Manitoba for a look at climate change in their Métis homelands for the fourth and final episode of Honour Song season 2. Their 20-minute film by BNB Studios, includes testimonials from Elders Jocelyne Pambrun and Dr. Winston Wuttunee, and premieres on November 17 at 10:00 AM CST.
- More sākihiwē festival songwriter concerts and workshops set for July Sandra Sutter, William Prince, Samantha Crain, PIQSIQ, and Fawn Wood among the artists set to perform and lead workshops for the sākihiwē festival's outreach programming in July.
- Introducing sākihiwē family workshops and songwriter concerts The sākihiwē festival is kicking off June with a new outreach series that includes free workshops for families and free songwriter concerts for music lovers around the globe. The program will run every Wednesday and stream online for free from the festival's YouTube channel and Facebook page.
- The sākihiwē festival at No Stone Unturned 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.