- Concert Preview: The Firday Night 49er, presented by Grassroots News The Friday Night 49er, presented by Grassroots News, kicks off with a performance by innovative Inuit throat singer Tagaq at 1030pm, followed by a set by rocker Colette Trudeau, and victory celebration with Winnipegâ€™s Most, and a crowd moving performance by JUNO Award winning Burnt-Project 1. The doors open at 9pm and the tickets are just $10.
- Concert Preview: The Strings & Starr Concert, presented by CBC Radio One & CBC Radio 3 The Strings & Starr Concert, presented by CBC Radio One and CBC Radio 3, brings Kinnie Starr back to the West End Cultural Centre for a night of great music. The concert begins at 7:30pm with a â€œsongs-in-the-roundâ€ presentation with cellist Cris Derksen, flamenco-style guitar player Gabriel Ayala, and classical guitarist Jason Tuesday taking turns entertaining the audience with innovative stringed compositions. Tickets for the show are just $5 and families are welcome to attend the show.
- Concert Preview: Hip Hop Night, presented by CBC Radio One & CBC Radio 3 Hip Hop Night, presented by CBC Radio One and CBC Radio 3, features performances by Crown P, Lorenzo, and 2010 APCMA frontrunners Winnipeg's Most. Tickets are just $5, the show starts at 730pm, and it all goes down at the West End Cultural Centre in downtown Winnipeg.
- Concert Preview: The Aboriginal Songwriters Concert, presented by CBC Radio One & CBC Radio 3 The Aboriginal Songwriters Concert, presented by CBC Radio One and CBC Radio 3, features a songwriting circle with Sonia Eidse, Stu Porteous, Mark Nabess, and Bonnie Couchie. Anishinabe blues legend Billy Joe Green will headline the night and tickets are just $5. The show starts at 730pm and it all goes down at the West End Cultural Centre in downtown Winnipeg.
- Concert Preview: The Halloween Bash, presented by Visual Lizard The Halloween Bash, presented by Visual Lizard, features performances by 2009 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Award breakout Inez, MÃ©tis country star-on-the-rise Jerry Sereda, and Aboriginal music legend Percy Tuesday. Cash prizes are also up for grabs for the top three costumes and DJ Rahdil will be moving the crowd in between performances.
- Concert Preview: The MÃ©tis Jamboree, presented by Travel Manitoba Weâ€™re presenting some great artists this year and it all starts with the MÃ©tis Jamboree, presented by Travel Manitoba, on Friday, October 29. Check the videos below for a taste of what youâ€™re going to see at the Skyview Ballroom for this event.
- The Aboriginal Music Week 2010 Lineup Winnipeg, MB â€“ Aboriginal Music Week 2010 (AMW2010) is set for October 29 - November 6 in venues throughout downtown Winnipeg. Eight concerts and one film event are on the agenda for the second annual music festival.
- Aboriginal Music Week set for another great year Year 2 of Aboriginal Music Week features an expanded slate of concerts, a new conference for Aboriginal presenters, and a great film event. The website has also been improved and festivalgoers will be able to purchase and print their concert tickets from www.aboriginalmusicweek.ca.