- sākihiwē festival 2021 summer pop-ups The sākihiwē festival is working with Ka Ni Kanichihk, Central Neighbourhoods Winnipeg, the Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre, and the Spence Neighbourhood Association to take music back to Indigenous families in Winnipeg's core with seven pop-up concerts featuring local artists set for each weekend in August.
- sākihiwē music Thursdays for Safe At Home Manitoba We're working with NCI FM to take our new sākihiwē music Thursdays series for Safe at Home Manitoba to both online audiences and radio listeners across Manitoba.
- Artist in Residence Sessions, season two The sākihiwē festival is teaming up with the National Arts Centre and event producer Ila Barker to deliver the second edition of the Artist in Residence Sessions (AIRsessions), which takes free music workshops to the Indigenous Family Centre in Winnipeg's North End. The series begins on January 16 and youth between the ages of 13 and 25 can register for any workshops that interest them.
- The sākihiwē festival at the Austin Street Festival The sākihiwē festival and the North Point Douglas Women's Centre (NPDWC) are working together to present blues legend Billy Joe Green, Inuit throat singer Nikki Komaksiutiksak, singer/songwriter Gabrielle Fontaine, the Southern Thunderbird Medicine Drum, and artists from Studio 393 at the Austin Street Festival on Friday, August 2.