- AMW at Lunch, Indigenous music and art experience The AMW at Lunch presented by Digital Drum concert series provides easy access to Aboriginal Music Week for professionals and families in and around Winnipeg's downtown. Each concert will begin at 12:00 p.m. and the series features performances by Maliseet operatic singer Jeremy Dutcher (August 9), Pitjantjatjara singer/songwriter Frank Yamma (August 10), Métis neo-soul singer David Morin (August 11), and Cree hip hop emcee Eekwol (August 12).
- Aboriginal Music Week 2016 festival details Aboriginal Music Manitoba (AMM) is excited to announce the full lineup and performance schedule for Aboriginal Music Week 2016. The eighth edition of the festival runs August 9-13 and it includes performances by 27 Indigenous acts from Turtle Island, along with two guests from South America and Australia, in six neighbourhoods in and around Winnipeg's core.
- Boogey The Beat, Eekwol available for free workshops in Winnipeg Music producer Boogey The Beat and award winning hip hop emcee Eekwol will be leading Aboriginal Music Week's first set of outreach workshops in Winnipeg this summer. The duo will be available for small group presentations about their work in music, mentor sessions with music programs in the city, and informal outreach to youth programs looking for Indigenous role models.
- Aboriginal Music Week 2016 set for August 9 - 13 Aboriginal Music Manitoba (AMM) is excited to announce that it's moving the Aboriginal Music Week festival up a week in 2016 and the dates will be August 9 - 13. The move will give the festival the ability to book more of the touring artists who make their way east from BC on the festival circuit each summer.
- Call for Submissions: Aboriginal Music Week 2016 Aboriginal Music Manitoba will be producing the eighth annual Aboriginal Music Week in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada next summer and the organization is currently accepting applications from First Nation, Inuit, Métis, Native American, and Indigenous recording artists for performance spots. The festival is set for August 9 - 13, 2016 and the organization has five big community celebrations, four lunch hour concerts, two networking events for artists, an open mic, and a closing night party planned.