Miesha & The Spanks, Sister Suzie - Winterruption YEG 2022 Festival

Sat Jan 29 2022

9:00 PM - 12:00 AM (Doors 8:00 PM)

SOHO

11454 Jasper Avenue Edmonton, AB T5K 0M1

Ages 18+

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Please Note: Winterruption YEG 2022 requires all patrons, volunteers, artists and venue staff to be double vaccinated against Covid-19. Negative tests will not be
sufficient.

For more information, please visit: www.winterruptionyeg.com

Winterruption YEG takes place on Treaty 6 territory, the traditional territories of the nehiyaw, Dene, Stoney Nakoda, Nakota Sioux, and Annishnabe. We would also like to acknowledge this land is home to Metis and Inuit peoples. The volunteers, producers, patrons, and artists humbly admit that we are learning what it means to be on Treaty territory and unceded land. We recognize the land as an act of reconciliation and gratitude to those whose territory we reside on or are visiting. We know there is still important work that needs to be done to honor the treaties and. Indigenous histories, languages, and cultures influence our music community, and we are grateful to be guests on this land.

Miesha & The Spanks, Sister Suzie - Winterruption YEG 2022 Festival

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Miesha & The Spanks, Sister Suzie - Winterruption YEG 2022 Festival

Sat Jan 29 2022 9:00 PM - 12:00 AM

(Doors 8:00 PM)

SOHO Edmonton AB
Miesha & The Spanks, Sister Suzie - Winterruption YEG 2022 Festival
  • Sorry, there are currently no tickets available through TicketWeb.

Ages 18+

Please Note: Winterruption YEG 2022 requires all patrons, volunteers, artists and venue staff to be double vaccinated against Covid-19. Negative tests will not be
sufficient.

For more information, please visit: www.winterruptionyeg.com

Winterruption YEG takes place on Treaty 6 territory, the traditional territories of the nehiyaw, Dene, Stoney Nakoda, Nakota Sioux, and Annishnabe. We would also like to acknowledge this land is home to Metis and Inuit peoples. The volunteers, producers, patrons, and artists humbly admit that we are learning what it means to be on Treaty territory and unceded land. We recognize the land as an act of reconciliation and gratitude to those whose territory we reside on or are visiting. We know there is still important work that needs to be done to honor the treaties and. Indigenous histories, languages, and cultures influence our music community, and we are grateful to be guests on this land.