Sasktel Jazz Fest announces first main stage sell out

As the Sasktel Jazz Festival steadily approaches, tickets are selling fast.  Every year fan favourites sell out, and this year is turning out to be no exception!

Sasktel Jazz is excited to announce Canadian pop sensation Walk off the Earth is the first show to sell out as part of the TD Mainstage lineup. Set to perform on June 27th, with opening group, the Julian Taylor Band, Walk off the Earth impressed crowds at their 2014 performance in Saskatoon.

Walk off the Earth and The Blind Boys of Alabama are already officially two sold out shows while tickets for other shows, like headliner Amanda Marshall, are closing in.

Never fear, jazz fans, as other main stage acts Feist, Ziggy Marley, Serena Ryder, Brett Kissel, Michael Franti and Spearhead, and Arrested Development have tickets available, but selling fast!

Besides the main stage, there are the performers and venues all across Saskatoon including Ms. Lisa Fischer, Tommy Emmanuel, and Igor Butman and the Moscow Jazz Orchestra at the Broadway Theatre, Banda Magda, and Desi Sub Culture at the Capitol, Tatrina Tai Trio at the James Hotel, and more acts then notes in a Charlie Parker solo.

Check out the entire line up at www.saskjazz.com and plan your ultimate fan experience!

Don’t delay, get your tickets today!

For tickets, contact the SaskTel Jazz Fest Box Office at 306.652.4700 / 1.800.638.1211, online at boxoffice@saskjazz.com, or visit them in the Lobby of the Delta Bessborough – 601 Spadina Cres. E. between 10 am and 4 pm Monday to Friday.  

The Riz is a prolific multi-genre songwriter, lyricist, writer and bassist for “Demolition Rock” sensation Ultimate Power Duo. A staple of the Saskatoon music scene, he has toured extensively across Canada, the U.S. and the U.K. The Riz is also the composer and saxophone player for R. Muttering, an avant-garde soundscape improvisational electro-acoustic performance art and recording group. Besides his Bachelor of Music in Music Education (B. Mus. (Mus. Ed.) / B. Ed. (Mus.)) from the University of Saskatchewan, he has amazing comic and vinyl collections.

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