Heather Jean Jordan will be performing at next week's Open Mic & Jam Night. Photo: heatherjean.ca
Hey, music and art lovers!
The FINAL Open Mic & Jam Night of the season takes place next Friday, May 25th, 7-11 pm at Royal Canadian Legion in Portage! Admission by donation.
Heather Jean Jordan, a local singer-songwriter who will be playing this year's festival, will be the on-stage host for the evening.
TWIN, a Winnipeg hypno-folk duo (aka. Brooklyn Samson and David Fort), perform at the April 2018 Open Mic & Jam Night. Photo: Jani Witoski
All musicians, singers, comedians, actors, poets, and other diverse artists are invited to share any new material or come and perform for the first time on stage. All are welcome, and anything goes.
You also won't want to miss the final jam session before the 2018 Whoop & Hollar Folk Festival, which takes place following the open mic portion of the evening. Bring your instruments and voices! You don't have to perform at the open mic to play in the jam session.
Thanks again to all of YOU for making these events possible and continuing to support our local scene!
Let's also take time to express our heartfelt appreciation for the organizations partnering with the festival and dedicating a huge amount of time and resources to make the first-ever Open Mic & Jam Night season a success: Badlands Promotions, Royal Canadian Legion Branch #65, Sawmill Tea and Coffee Co. Central Plains Recplex, and Visions of Independence Inc.
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