“Dak’et, Shun Inli” (Music in the Fall, in Dakelh), is presented with funding from Canadian Heritage and with support from Lheidli T’enneh First Nation and The City of Prince George.
It will feature the music of Twin Flames, Eekwol, Wesley Hardisty, Thundering Eagles and more.
Coldsnap has featured an amazing array of fabulous Indigenous musicians over the years and organizers wanted to bring some back and invite some new ones. The event will also have an art display, a traditional drum making workshop and musician’s workshops. The performances will be presented in front of a small live audience, if possible, but due to the uncertainty of the current COVID‐19 situation in northern B.C., they will not be selling tickets at this time.
They will, however, live-stream the entire event at no charge to watch. Workshops will be presented on the Zoom platform and they will have details on how to register for these very soon. All activities will be carried out with COVID‐19 safety protocols at top of mind.
Main stage shows begin at 7:30 p.m.
The society is also planning to present Coldsnap 2022 between January 28 and February 5 in as typical a format as possible while keeping paramount the safety of artists, staff and audience.
Please visit www.coldsnapfestival.com in the coming weeks for further details.