All tagged SaskTel JazzFest

5 Min DIY: a t-shirt into the cutest toddler dress

I don't know about you, but I've collected a LOT of band shirts over the years from shows I've loved. Merch is a great way to support musicians, show support to the world, and make sure your momento doesn't just collect dust. But what about our littlest music lovers? The SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival carries itsy bitsy tees your mini can rock with jeans, but diving right into festival fashion with a DIY dress really ups the style ante! To show us how go from tee to dress in under five minutes, JoElla from Saskatoon handmade kids' line Rain Melody came by and I documented a quick tutorial. And if you're not ready to part with your JazzFest t-shirt, maybe you can put this how-to to use with an oldie goldie at the bottom of your drawer. ;)

What's Your Favourite JazzFest Memory?

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. 

The Who Drives Your Soul Contest: Win 2 Tickets to LIGHTS

The always-fantastic SaskTel JazzFest is coming up this weekend in Saskatoon and what better way to attend a concert than FOR FREE, am I right? Well you're in luck because we've got 2 tickets for Friday, July 3 's Lights concert and to enter, all you have to do is comment either on Facebook or directly under this post answering who (besides yourself, of course, because duh) drives your soul. A dear friend, some special people in your fam? Whoever it is, we want to know. The winner will be chosen by random draw tomorrow (Thursday, June 25) at 10 p.m. so best get crack-a-lackin'.