Something for everyone this February at Conexus Arts Centre
Something for everyone this February at the Centre. Start the month off with an action packed weekend, Ultimate Women.Ca returns this February 1st & 2nd with their Sip and Shop weekend. Attendees can sip and shop their way through the various pop up shops.
Saturday February 2nd, the Centre is once again host venue for the Icebreaker Cheerleading & Dance Championships.
Canada's most awarded male Country Artist Paul Brandt steps onto the Centre stage Tuesday February 5th. Opening for Paul Brandt are Saskatchewan's own Hunter Brothers, Jess Moskaluke as well as High Valley.
Regina Symphony Orchestra returns to the Stage February 9th with Elgar's Cello Concerto, Denise Djokic makes her RSO debut in this monumental work, alongside other gems from England’s greatest composers.
February 16th the RSO Shumiatcher Pops Concert Series - Crooner and pianist Tony DeSare takes on the legend of Ol’ Blue Eyes himself. Bring your Rat Pack to this swingin’ night featuring hits like “Night and Day,” “Moon River,” “My Way” and more!
Limited Regina Symphony tickets are available at the Centre, for more information and selection of tickets contact the RSO directly. www.reginasymphony.com
Waskimo returns to Regina and the Centre Monday February 18th - this indoor/outdoor festival is free to everyone, limited VIP parking available at the Centre. For more information on time and schedule of both indoor and outdoor activities check out www.waskimo.com/events-1
Home Free - The all vocal country music sensation Home Free is bringing Nashville country standards and country-dipped pop hits. The band comes to town February 20th on the heels of their most recent full-length album release, TIMELESS.
February 22 - 24th Taboo The Naughty but Nice Sex show returns to Regina. Tickets and information at https://tabooshow.com/Regina
For more information on this great lineup of events and many more check it out at www.conexusartscentre.ca