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APTN INDIGENOUS DAY LIVE IS BACK IN A NEW WAY
JUNE 18, 2022

APTN Indigenous Day Live brings together Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in celebration. This year IDL is moving away from the concert of the past and will be reinvented into a cultural and artistic showcase. It will be an event to honour and express gratitude to our lands and the important relationship Indigenous Peoples have with it.

Artists, musicians, poets, dancers, comedians, and more will collaborate in Celebrating Our Lands. Check out some of the performers you’ll see in the show.

See Performers List

Share in the celebration and express your connection to the lands on social by using #IDL2022

Celebrate In Person

The Forks
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
6pm – 11pm (CT)

For the first time since 2019, IDL will return to an in-person event.

Everyone is welcome to attend APTN Indigenous Day Live at The Forks in Winnipeg. The celebration will kick-off with artisan displays, a fiddle contest, food vendors, and more. The highlight of the celebration will be the live show and the day will end with a fireworks display. Learn more and see the schedule of activities.

Celebrate From Home

10pm – Midnight ET

Can’t join us in Winnipeg? You can still celebrate APTN Indigenous Day Live from across the country and around-the-world. The show will be broadcast on APTN, streaming on YouTube and available on several Indigenous radio stations across Canada. Learn more about the broadcast.

Winnipeg Stage

Winnipeg Stage

Dartmouth Stage:

Dartmouth Stage

Calgary Stage:

Calgary Stage

Thursday

Calgary Stage

Friday

Tune into the final episode of IDL Winter Solstice featuring Alanis Morissette, Alex Kusturok with the Ivan Flett Memorial Dancers, CHANCES, Don Amero, Kelly Bado with MJ Dandeneau, Matiu, PIQSIQ, Serena Ryder and SHiFT FROM THA 902.

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PERFORMERS

Check out some of the artists performing at APTN Indigenous Day Live

IDL 2022 House Band

Marie-Josée Dandeneau – Miriam Pilette – KeAloha – Marisolle Negash

Artistic Performances and Collaborations from

Southern Thunderbird Medicine Drum

Tracey Nepinak – Santee Smith – Montana Summers – Katie Couchie

DJ Kookum – Techno Kokum (Elsie Paul)

Bannock Babes – Janelle Niles

Natalie Sappier – Lacey Hill – Celeigh Cardinal

Barbara Diabo – Melody Courage

Taqralik Partridge

Tomson Highway – Patricia Cano – Laura Grizzlypaws

Powwow Dancers from Treaty 1 Territory – Ivan Flett Memorial Dancers

Crystal Shawanda – Christine Friday – Beany John