8th Fire Concert

Saturday, March 14
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The 8th Fire Concert will feature new and established Local, Aboriginal, First Nations, Indigenous, Métis musicians, dancers and entertainers.

Pay what you can or what you want to attend this event. Proceeds go to the artists.


Blu

Blu 

Blu was brought up back and forth between a reservation life & a small town located in Saskatchewan CA. Blu has overcome multiple addictions and shares his experiences through music. Today Blu continues to spread the message through motivational performances across Canada and has also been creating a new fan base in America. The strong and inspirational lyrics that Blu delivers has brought him from the basement to the stage. Since he began in 2008, over the years of making beats, writing lyrics, mixing and mastering his own music Blu has studied for the best sound quality and always found a way to come back to the hip hop music scene with more improvement.


MR. WORK

MR. WORK Ian McKay a Blackfoot Canadian Aboriginal Recording artist and suicide Preventions advocate also known by his stage name MR.WORK (MR.WORK - Working towards a better tomorrow), has Performed on and off over the last 10 years,  Ian has Performed as an Opener for Top Talents in the Music Industry, both Canadian and American artists. Some of whom he has opened for are: Xzibit, TRINA, Jeru the Damaja, Karl Wolf, Snak the Ripper and Merkules, Warren G, Joey Stylez. Ian has recently received the opportunity to Open for Native American Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Band, REDBONE, march 27nth and 28th 2015. 
Ian has also performed as a headliner for his own shows,
he also battle rapped and competed in numerous underground challenges over the years.
 Ian aka MR.WORK has also done work speaking to the youth at the Calgary boys and girls club on topic of suicide prevention and as well performing his music.  
Ian continues to Perform and Spread his message of Hope to the people.
 
Ian McKay aka MR.WORK "Working towards a better tomorrow"

Sisters from Another Mother

  Sisters From Another Mother are a Female drum group featuring Traditional and Contemporary Songs. The women are from many nations including Cree, Dene, Blackfoot, and a mixed variety of Sisters. These women work hard to support their community with music and with action.

Hedonist Switch 

 

Hedonist Switch is an eclectic and unique band which are based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The richness of their sound and style is glorious and fun. The members include a good crop of Cree, Metis, Cherokee, South American Indigenous and allies. If you like rock, folk, alternative, country, and traditional music from all over the globe all blended together, you may find Hedonist Switch irresistible.

Chantal Chagnon - Vocals
Tristan Knox - Mandolin & Vocals
James Cox - Guitar
Conner Satyro - Drums
Mariah Empey - Violin


 Additional Performers will be announced soon.

 

*Tickets to this event are included in the 8th Fire Gathering registration and admission. This event is also included with the Daily Rate Admission to the 8th Fire Gathering, Saturday, March 14.*













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