Celebration Stage Schedule

Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival’s Celebration Stage will ignite with emerging, local and top talent.  Look below to see last year’s performers! In 2017 we were graced by Holly McNarland, Digging Roots, captivating storytellers and more! Who will perform this year? Check back soon!

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  • Sarah Decarlo
    Sarah Decarlo

    Sarah DeCarlo is an Ojibway soulful singer/songwriter, musician and filmmaker from Peterborough, Ontario. Her films have screened at Optic Nerve, Image+Nation, Imaginenative and Weeneebeg Film Festivals.

  • Lyle Odjick & The Northern Steam
    Lyle Odjick & The Northern Steam

    Lyle Odjick & The Northern Steam are a hot new Canadian blues band steeped in old time soul with the energy to shake the house. Based in Ottawa, ON with a big influence from Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf and other Chicago blues legends.

  • Suzette Amaya

    TV Reality Star as seen in Big Brother Canada Season 1 and Back In The Day – On The Mighty Fraser on Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) Suzette has used her public esteem to support many charities and bring to light various Indigenous issues including movements such as…

  • Pow Wow Pitch

    What is Pow Wow Pitch?

    ♦ 30 entrepreneurs get 1 minute to “pitch” their business idea in front of a panel of celebrity judges.
    ♦ The judges will chose 10 finalists to continue to the final round
    ♦ The 10 finalists will work with…

  • Cody Coyote

    Cody Coyote was born on April 17th, 1992 and raised in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He is a Hip-Hop/Experimental recording artist, a song writer and a motivational speaker.

    Cody Coyote started recording music as a youth, and after showing an interest in poetry, began writing his own and this…

  • Silla + Rise

    Silla +  Rise’s Debut album is a sonic experiment blending Inuit throat-singing and futuristic dance floor beats. Silla are Cynthia Pitsiulak (Kimmirut, NU) and Charlotte Qamaniq (Igloolik, NU) their name comes from the word “Sila” in their Inuktitut dialect meaning weather. Sila…

  • Digging Roots

    Sweet harmonies, smokey wails and melodic accompaniments of ukulele, banjo, mellotron and of course Raven’s bombastic resonator guitar, Digging Roots is something special; an eclectic tapestry of light and dark sound that is vintage and fresh all at once…

  • Holly McNarland

    Holly McNarland is celebrating the 20th anniversary of her major label debut Stuff, featureing the hit single Numb released on June 24th, 1997. Holly is a Juno Award winner who identifies herself as a Singer, Songwriter, Mom and a proud Metis lady. Her unique whisper-to-a-scream voice has…

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