- Three of our northern relatives anchor the second episode of Honour Song Throat-singing duo PIQSIQ will pay tribute to the esteemed Susan Aglukark in the second episode of Honour Song. Presented by the sākihiwē festival and the High Commission of Canada in the United Kingdom, the hour-long exchange will broadcast for free on sākihiwē festival's YouTube and Facebook channels on November 3 at 7:00 p.m. GMT / 1:00 p.m. CDT.
- Introducing 'Honour Song', tributes to Indigenous trailblazers in music The sākihiwē festival is partnering with the High Commission of Canada in the United Kingdom to launch a new series of hour-long tributes to Indigenous trailblazers in music. Each episode will broadcast for free on YouTube and Facebook and cross-cultural electro-pop singer iskwē, throat singing duo PIQSIQ, trilingual Inuk chanteuse Eilsapie, and country/folk singer-songwriter William Prince are on board to honour members of the Indigenous music vanguard.
- sākihiwē + Wahkohtowin Families workshops set for August The sākihiwē festival's workshops will continue into August with more free performances and fun activities for families and fans of live music. The series will stream on the festival's YouTube channel and Facebook page every Wednesday, beginning on August 5.
- sākihiwē festival 2020 The sākihiwē festival is taking everything online this year and Elisapie, Adrian Sutherland, PIQSIQ, Desiree Dorion, The Northwest Kid, Eastern Owl, Melody McKiver, Jade Turner, Sebastian Gaskin, Drezus, Alexis Lynn, and Spence Tradition are among the 24 artists who are set to perform. The broadcast will run August 28, 29, and 30 and audiences will be able to tune in for free on Facebook and YouTube.
- More sākihiwē festival songwriter concerts and workshops set for July Sandra Sutter, William Prince, Samantha Crain, PIQSIQ, and Fawn Wood among the artists set to perform and lead workshops for the sākihiwē festival's outreach programming in July.
- Introducing sākihiwē family workshops and songwriter concerts The sākihiwē festival is kicking off June with a new outreach series that includes free workshops for families and free songwriter concerts for music lovers around the globe. The program will run every Wednesday and stream online for free from the festival's YouTube channel and Facebook page.