A recap of Manitoba’s summer music scene in photos
By Graeme Houssin
Country singer-songwriter Richard Inman performed a set at the Spence Neighbourhood Block Party for the 2018 sākihiwē festival on June 17.
Grunge rockers Silence Kit took over the Market Stage for a twilit performance on Canada Day at The Forks.
Indie pop rockers Mise en Scene headlined the Main Stage for Canada Day at The Forks, performing a solo set before being joined by the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.
Indie pop group Boniface performed for a packed crowd on the Big Blue @ Night stage at Winnipeg Folk Festival before Micah Visser took to the Main Stage for a stripped-down tweener act on July 6.
Sophie Stevens and Micah Erenberg performed four time over the Winnipeg Folk Festival weekend, including a tweener set on the Main Stage and a solo concert at Little Stage in the Forest on July 7.
Sibling folk duo Roger Roger also represented the local music scene at Winnipeg Folk Festival, performing a coveted tweener set on the Main Stage and a solo concert at Little Stage in the Forest on July 7.
Rap duo Twoabove take over The Cube Stage at Old Market Square for a sweltering and high-energy performance on July 14 for the Soca Reggae Festival.
Power pop outfit housepanther opened up Real Love Summer Fest with a powerful Main Stage performance on July 27.
Alt-pop trio Veneer lit up the afternoon of July 28 for a main stage performance at Real Love Summer Fest.
Indie rock band Juniper Bush played on the colourful main stage of Rainbow Trout Music Festival on August 18.