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The SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival is celebrating their 30th anniversary and when you consider that this year alone, there are over 140+ ticketed and free shows, you bet the Festival has brought a lot of music to this city over the years! To celebrate, we're sharing our favourite JazzFest memories with you and we want to hear yours. Tell us your favourite show or JazzFest moment via the blog comments, on our Facebook page, or on our Instagram feed, and you'll be entered to win tickets to City And Colour, courtesy the SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival.
Saskatoon has gone through two booms: one in the early 1900s when pioneers moved to the prairies in droves, and a recent renaissance that we’re still enjoying. If you haven’t seen the many articles in national papers and magazines profiling our culinary, art, theatre, and music scenes, you must be a social media hermit only now poking your head out. Fashion, too, has come a long way in the last few years. Gone are the days of Alberta shopping trips or cross-border binges because Saskatoon is now home to big-name stores as well as boutiques that cater to the au courant. But the most exciting revolution in our style scene has been the organization that celebrates and promotes our amazing local designers, and that is the Saskatoon Fashion and Design Festival. This Sunday’s free-to-the-public POSE runway event at River Landing marks SFDF’s fifth anniversary and the milestone deserves some individual congratulations. I mean, who decides to BUILD A FESTIVAL? And how do all the moving parts get coordinated as it grows year after year? Today, we’re taking a peek into the “making of” SFDF, as a few of its key players tell us what makes the city’s premiere fashion festival tick.