- 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.
- Leela Gilday in concert with Ila Barker Our first concert of the year features JUNO Award winning folk/roots artist Leela Gilday at the Good Will Social Club on Wednesday, April 27. The music will begin at 8:00 pm and Gilday will be supported by local singer/songwriter Ila Barker.
- Climate change takes center stage with Honour Song season 2 JUNO Award winning folk singer Leela Gilday kicks off the four episode series with a 20-minute video premiere about climate change in Denendeh (Northwest Territories, Canada).
- The sākihiwē festival presents Leela Gilday at the inaugural Tkaronto Music Festival The 50/50 Performing Arts Collective is launching a new Indigenous music festival on May 15 and the sākihiwē festival has the honour of presenting Leela Gilday during their opening night. The three day celebration, entitled the Tkaronto Music Festival, will debut online this year before bringing audiences and artists together in Dish With One Spoon territory (Toronto) next summer.