Aboriginal Music Week presenting Cassidy Mann at Manitoba Music on Ice
Aboriginal Music Week will be one of nine festivals and presenters hosting free mini-concerts on Winnipeg's Assiniboine River during the Louis Riel Day weekend this month. The performances are set for Sunday, February 16 from 1 - 4 p.m. and will take place in warming huts along the Red River Mutual Trail.
Aboriginal Music Week will be presenting singer/songwriter Cassidy Mann at the Skybox warming hut, which will be shared with BreakOut West..
1:00 PM Federal Lights | Presented by BreakOut West
1:30 PM Cassidy Mann | Presented by Aboriginal Music Week
2:00 PM Federal Lights
2:30 PM Cassidy Mann
3:00 PM Federal Lights
3:30 PM Cassidy Mann
The other hosts include the Festival du Voyageur, West End Cultural Centre, Winnipeg Folk Festival, Winnipeg International Jazz Festival, Big Fun Festival, BreakOut West, MEME Festival, and Times Change(d) High & Lonesome Club.
Please visit manitobamusic.com for the full performance schedule.
About Cassidy Mann
Cassidy Mann is a singer and songwriter, born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. At the age of seventeen Cassidy already has one EP under her belt, and another one on the way. After her first self titled release in 2011, Cassidy began playing shows all over Winnipeg, opening up for local acts such as Don Amero, The Treble, and JP Hoe. Having played venues for five hundred people, as well as intimate house shows for ten, this girl’s persistence and pure love for music has already earned her a good name in her home province.
Writing for as long as she can remember, Cassidy’s lyrics are heartfelt and honest, often telling tales of young love and lessons learnt. Her catchy melodies and strong voice leave her songs feeling fresh and unique, but also comfortable and reminiscent at the same time. A young artist to watch, Cassidy is looking forward to releasing her next album Blue Skies and Bright Eyes this August and touring cross Canada in the fall of 2013.