Introducing the guest artists for the 2023/24 Stars for Saskatchewan Concert Series Season!


Each year,  through the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils, we select a series of artists that we want on our stage. This lineup boasts some of Canada’s top talents who cover a wide range of artistic styles and genres. Season tickets give you the opportunity to see performers you love and experience new artists or genres you may not be familiar with. Being a subscriber saves you money and guarantees you the same seats for each show. You also get first dibs on tickets for extra OSAC shows that are not included in the series.  Season tickets are limited, so once you have the seats you like – you won’t want to give them up!

ADULT SEASON TICKETS……$180 + taxes per person

INDIVIDUAL SHOW TICKETS……..$40 + taxes per person

YOUTH TICKETS (under age 30) $15 + taxes per person


*Trevor Panczak offers a fantastic show that is not part of the subscription package. Tickets are sold separately and subscribers have a chance to get them first!

If you are a subscriber, it’s time to renew your seats! During the month of April, we will contact any subscribers who did not renew their seats at the last concert of the season. The deadline to renew your seats is June 1, 2023.

AMAZING DEAL ALERT! If you are a current subscriber and you get a friend to become a NEW subscriber, you get your season ticket seat renewal at 50% OFF!! Why not have the people who love their season tickets the most tell others why this series is so awesome? Just make sure that new subscribers indicate who referred them. This deal applies to this season only!

If you are not a subscriber but would like to get season tickets for the first time, let us know by emailing and we will get you on the list. We will contact you as soon as past subscriber renewals are complete. If a subscriber convinced you to sign up – let us know who that person is so they get the AMAZING DEAL!

If you don’t want season tickets at this time – individual tickets for these shows will be available to the public in September!


Diyet & The Love Soldiers
Saturday, October 21/23 at 7:30pm

Diyet is alternative country, folk, roots and traditional with catchy melodies and stories deeply rooted in Diyet’s Indigenous world view and northern life. Diyet sings in both English and Southern Tutchone (her native language) and plays bass guitar. Backed by Love Soldiers, husband and collaborator, Robert van Lieshout (acoustic guitar, drums & percussion) and Juno Award winning producer, BobHamilton (electric guitar, pedal steel & mandolin); this multi-instrumental trio from the Yukon has a sound that can fill a big stage or capture an intimate room. Continuing to live with feet firmly planted in two worlds, Diyet’s adventurous and sometimes chaotic life is on full display in her music. She often says, “yesterday,fishing for our dinner on the ice, the next day, on the stage singing for you!”

Trevor Panczak
Friday, November 10/23 at 7:30pm
$25 + taxes
*This is an extra show, not part of the concert series. Tickets sold separately.

There’s just something honest, compelling and immediately like-able about 10 time ACMA nominated artist Trevor Panczak. (pan.zak) With a refreshing realism that is increasingly rare to find, the 6’5” Alberta born and based country recording entertainer, writes, interprets and records songs that speakto one’sheart in a way that is simple, soulful and with an appeal to a broad array of musicfans. Trevor’s solid reputation in Alberta as an entertainer & singer/songwriter,comes as a result of his deep, humble farm roots that provide the foundation ofan authentic country music artist. Breaking down the barriers between the stage and the crowd, Trevor engages his audience with an ease that comes fromexperience and the natural love of being on stage. Being the entertainer he is,Trevor can make you laugh and cry as he takes the best elements of the older era of country music, where it was more grounded, more honest and more about real life, and combines it with a modern, melodic flair, sensibility and sound. His talentand core values are synonymous with the spirit of country music and his professionalism and charm are part of the reasons audiences come back and organizers rebook. He still loves the intimate settings but he’s also progressed on the stage, on radio and sharpened his artistic blade to the point of earning main stage headline festival spots to opening for arena acts for crowds of 15,000.


Prairie Debut Presents Buzz Brass
Friday, January 19/24 at 7:30pm

Have you heard the buzz? Brass takes on a fresh shine with dynamic performance and fresh, stimulating interaction, as classics you know and love are reinterpreted through trumpet, horn and trombone. With a knack for creating engaging concerts which appeal to a wide audience, Buzz Brass is establishing itself as an adept Canadian brass quintet. The group has taken top awards at the Prix Opus (Opus Awards) and the Association Québécoise de l’industrie du disque (ADISQ) and the Trille Or Awards, and were among the Top 10 Picks at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival | The History of Music. Capable of transporting audiences from familiar classical masterworks to peppy ragtime-era tunes through to the jazz of Gershwin and a dreamy, poetic treatment of Satie’s Gymnopédie No. 3, Buzz Brass has collaborated with established symphony orchestras including those of Gatineau, Winnipeg, Quebec City and Ottawa’s National Arts Centre Orchestra. This is brass at its best, delivered with intelligence, whimsy and skill.

Andrew Collins Trio
Saturday, March 9/24 at 7:30pm

Mando maestro Andrew Collins finds himself – through no actual fault of his own – at the epicenter of Canada’s burgeoning acoustic/roots music scene. He didn’t invent it – but he’s certainly been a contributor, having co-founded seriously noteworthy Canadian bands like the Creaking Tree String Quartet, the Foggy Hogtown Boys and, more recently, his namesake Trio. That’s not to mention the fact that this prolific, robust performer –comfortable on mandolin, fiddle, guitar, mandola and mandocello – composes, produces, arranges, writes and teachesacross multiple genres, including a popular collision of folk, jazz, bluegrass, celtic,and classical. As Collins gathers up innumerable JUNO nominations (5) and Canadian Folk Music Awards (7) won by his various ensembles, he’s zeroing in on the work he does with Trio-mates: fellow string guru Mike Mezzatesta, whose versatility shines through on guitar, mandolin, fiddle and mandola, and in-the-pocket James McEleney holding it down on the bass, mandocello and vocals. Showcasing a dizzying number of styles and instruments on stage, Collins and Co. appear to live by the old adage, “idle hands are the devil’s workshop”, likely keeping them just ahead of his grasp. Bending and blending genres, these musical shape shifters land somewhere between the re-imagined worlds of Béla Fleck and Newgrass invader, David Grisman

Jack Garton
Thursday, March 28/24 at 7:30pm

Jack Garton’s showcase will present a breadth of music that spans the intimate, bombastic, funny, skillful and profound. Garton, a sometime gravedigger, tells stories from this unusual day job between catchy original folk and blues songs known to make audiences laugh, dream and dance. A lifetime musician, proficient on many instruments, his repertoire includes dazzling combinations of trumpet and accordion, backed by a sensitive and groovy rhythm section. Like an old-time showman, Jack Garton will leave you humming his tunes, tired from dancing, and in love with the mystery of life.

Kinjo & Young
Thursday, April 18/24 at 7:30pm

This acoustic show brings virtuosic musicianship, heartfelt songwriting and beautiful vocal harmonies together in one performance. Kinjo & Young have toured the world as seasoned artists for decades before uniting their talents into one project. Blues, funk, reggae and soul are the main staples of thisdynamic duo, or trio when joined by Adam Esposito on drums. Stories of theirlong-standing musical adventures and blistering guitar solos compliment the amazing grooves and thoughtful lyrics of their songs. Kinjo & Young offer a show for audiences of all ages and musical tastes.