The Price Sisters band centers around the tight harmony singing of twin sisters Leanna and Lauren Price, complemented by strong and innovative musicians Bobby Osborne Jr, Conner Vlietstra, and Trevor Holder. The band focuses on producing and honoring a traditional bluegrass sound, yet with a fresh and unique take on older stylings. For Folk’s Sake wrote of the ‘Sisters — “The Price Sisters are one of the most promising acts in the genre today, with a playing style evocative of the likes of  The Bluegrass Boys meshing perfectly with their rich, spot–on vocal harmonies and contemporary lyricism.”


Five Mile Mountain Road brings you old-time music with a fresh approach. From the old-time sounds of Charlie Poole and the fiddle music of Clark Kessinger, to first-generation Blue Grass music and original arrangements of western swing, to ragtime and jazz, Five Mile Mountain Road presents an authentic old-time experience reminiscent of the music once heard at dance halls and theaters in days gone by.


From hard drivin’ banjo solos to four part harmony singing, blues infused mandolin breaks and hair-raising fiddle tunes, this quintet covers all the bluegrass bases. The Cutups include Jess Reimer on bass, Jeremy Hamm on mandolin and fiddle, fiddler Jeremy Penner, banjo/dobro player Tim Osmond and guitarist T.J. Blair. All sing two, three and four part harmonies in a bluegrass style over original compositions and traditional numbers.


Taking their name from the cluster of galaxies containing the Milky Way, the Local Group plays music of astronomical proportions. With roots in rural Saskatchewan and Australia, this young Saskatoon-based quartet puts their own unique spin on hard-driving traditional bluegrass, also taking influence from Celtic, classic country, Canadiana, punk, hip hop and more. Featuring hot banjo, mandolin and guitar picking, tight 3-part harmonies, and a mixed bag of instruments including double bass, fiddle, harmonica, penny whistle and triangle, their show will take you out of this world on a rocket fueled by pure folk music.


It’s the raw unplanned things that make the music fun: enter the hillbilly musical stylings of the Doggone Brothers. This Kootenay-based duo is Clayton Parsons (The Good ‘Ol Goats, The Parsons) on banjo, guitar and dobro, and Michael Hepher (Redgirl, As The Crow Flies) on mandolin, octave mandolin, and guitar.

Both seasoned musicians in their own right, Clay and Mike crossed paths at a mutual friends’ birthday party and ended up jamming the night away. That night of jamming turned into a regular thing: The Doggone Brothers. The music is distinctly ‘grassy, with fishing, hunting and camping themes throughout their set jam-packed with original and hillbilly cover tunes. They are sure to entertain as they keep it fun and loose while duelling back and forth with their respective axes.


Raven She Hollers, from the boreal forest fringe at Birch Lake, SK. This inter-generational band is made up of Chandra Pederson, Joys Dancer and Nissa Shiell. Guitar, ukulele, 5-string fretless banjo, accordion, fiddle and piano


Introducing Saskatoon’s newest classic country cover band: The Salt Licks! Featuring members of The Barrelmen, Ellen Froese, Kacy & Clayton, The Local Group, Ride ‘til Dawn, and The Seahags, your feet will have you dancing before your brain even knows it. This rockin’ band provides anything from fiddle tunes to Buck Owens to Taylor Swift, and everything in between.


Scott Cook has been a full-time troubadour for the last fifteen years, living out of a van or a backpack, talking to strangers and distilling his experiences into straight-talking, keenly observant verse. His CFMA-nominated seventh collection Tangle of Souls comes packaged in 240-page hardcover book of road stories and ruminations, equal parts introspection and insurrection. All the hard miles notwithstanding, he still believes that songs can change your life, and your life can change the world.


With everyone in the band coming together through their mutual love of teaching with CAMP SASK ARTS, this Supergroup consists of some of the best teachers and musicians around! Eliza Doyle (banjo, dobro), LJ Tyson (guitar), Mitch Dureault (Fiddle), Tristen Durocher (Fiddle), Kacy Anderson (guitar), and Micah Erenberg (guitar, bass) make this group an eclectic mix. This set will have all kinds of twists and turns, so settle in for the ride!


The Dreamers collective, is comprised of visual artists Oriol Dancer and Holly Hildebrand and puppeteers/visual artists Birgit Lessing and Sherron Burns. The artists share a love of nature and art making processes that feature items gleaned from Nature. Coming from treaty 6 territory, they follow the river, hills and valleys to inform their practice, living outside the big cities they find the quiet comforting and the collaborations rich and inspiring. Each person has specific art making skills and performance knowledge that brings a richness of experience to their work. They will make ink from plants, find textures and shapes for stencils, use objects for pigment application, and design shadow play puppet creatures that are articulated and can move. This will create the giant shadow screen panorama and moving puppets for the Crankie Theatre performance in the Boreal Forest.