A Tribe Called Red‘s already packed summer festival tour will now be making a few stops at the rez.
The group announced today a handful of free appearances at various First Nations this summer. The stops will also include youth-oriented workshops.
“The goal is to present top quality shows directly on reserve, by partnering with communities and bringing a mobile stage and lighting on site,” says the press release and we’re stoked to hear they’re bringing the music into the community, an initiative that’s being presented with help from the Ontario Arts Council.
Here are all ATCR’s remaining summer tour dates:
07/23 Peguis First Nation, MB – Peguis Multiplex
07/24 Brandon, MB – Brandon Folk Music & Art Festival
07/25 Hamilton, ON – Pan Am Cultural Celebration (Pier 4 Park Bayfront) *
07/31 Montreal, QC – Osheaga Music & Arts Festival
08/01 Maliotenam, QC – Festival Innu Nikamu
08/12 Toronto, ON – Nathan Phillips Square
08/13 Six Nations of the Grand River, ON – Six Nations Community Hall *
08/15 Sudbury, ON – Up Fest (Durham Playgrounds)
08/21 Moose Factory, ON – TBA *
08/23 Thunder Bay, ON (Lac Des Milles Lacs First Nation) – Fort Williams Historical Park *
08/25 Sault Ste Marie, ON (Batchewana First Nation) – Rankin Arena *
08/27 Manitoulin Island, ON (Wikwemikong First Nation) – Thunderbird Park *
08/29 North Bay, ON (Nipissing First Nation) – NFN Administration Office *
09/17-20 Victoria, BC – Rifflandia Festival
* free show