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Line-up for Busker Festival in Wascana Centre Announced

Released on September 15, 2021

The Provincial Capital Commission (PCC) is inviting the public to Wascana Centre for a day of family fun with local artists performing live around the urban park as part of its first-ever Busker Festival.

The festival will take place on Saturday, September 18 from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with performers stationed on various locations around the Wascana Lake walking path.

"Busker Festival is an opportunity to experience the beauty of Wascana Park while promoting local Saskatchewan talent in a safe, outdoor environment that is family friendly and open to all,” Minister Responsible for the Provincial Capital Commission Don McMorris said. "We invite you to join us and share in a new fall tradition at Wascana Park."

There will be 10 performers, including a jazz flutist, a fiddler and a rock singer-songwriter.

"We're excited to welcome Regina families and residents to the first-ever Busker Festival at Wascana Centre," Provincial Capital Commission Programming and Visitor Services Supervisor Lauren Hope said. "I'm particularly excited about the line-up of performers we have. Audience members will be able to enjoy a variety of musical performances including bluegrass, country and fiddle music."

While performers will be compensated, donations from the audience will also be accepted during individual performances. For more information, visit


Performance Details

Performance Time


Vinny Ve Hiss (aka Elisa Kuterbach)

Saskatoon-based singer-songwriter.


Bandstand area

Artie Balkwill

Solo blues artist inspired by things that drive us to travel home, and things that keep us coming back.


Legislative landing

Tyler Gilbert

Solo rock singer-songwriter performing all original music.


Bandstand area

Marie-Veronique (MV) Bourque

Singer and flutist playing unique interpretations of jazz.


Broad Street Promenade

Amber Jack Fish

Duo playing bluegrass, Métis, Celtic and Old Time music.


Bandstand area

Justin Sutton

Northern Alberta-based solo singer-songwriter.


Broad Street Promenade

Ellen Froese

Solo artist performing a range from folk traditional, rock 'n' roll classics or her own compositions.


Legislative landing

Kris Dominic Papa

Estevan-based soloist playing guitar instrumental using backing tracks and guitar loops from 90s music.


Broad Street Promenade

Micah Walbaum

Soloist playing a range from country, folk and fiddle music.


Bandstand area

Nick Faye

Regina artist performing a combination of songs from his own compositions to unique covers.


Legislative landing

The PCC's mandate includes the celebration of Saskatchewan's capital city, and the preservation of the public assets that are Wascana Centre and Government House.


For more information, contact:

Jonathan Tremblay
Government Relations
Phone: 306-787-6156

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