Sleep Inn Regina East
A-22 Great Plains Road
Emerald Park, SK S4L 1B6
Phone: (306) 791-1925
Fax: (306) 791-1924
A-22 Great Plains Road, Emerald Park, SK, CA, S4L 1B6
- Phone: (306) 791-1925
- Fax: (306) 791-1924
October 27, 2014 7:00 PM
November 01, 2014 8:00 PM
Formed in Kingston, Ontario in 1987, Headstones is one of Canada's more popular hard rock bands. The band is led by vocalist Hugh Dillon, whose confrontational style and sometimes violent interactions with audience members often caused a stir in the group's early days. Headstones began with a decidedly punk rock edge to its sound that eventually began to give way to more alternative and hard rock sounds as the group progressed. In 2003, the band broke up as the result of two members becoming fathers and Dillon attempting to recover from drug addiction. In late 2011, Headstones decided to reunite, planning a handful of shows around Canada, much to the delight of its loyal following.
November 02, 2014
Kreator is a band from Germany with a black/trash metal sound. The group was formed in 1982 with no name, but it began performing in 1984 under the name Tormentor. The band has cycled through various members, although two of the three founders, Mille Petrozzaand Jurgen Reil, are still with Kreator. Its style evolved from speed metal with Venom influences into a more industrial and gothic sound through the 2000s; however, today Kreator is back to what brought it its desire to make music in the first place: trash metal.
November 02, 2014
The Swedish death metal band Arch Enemy make music that blends death metal with melodic riffs and vocals to create a unique style of metal that's fairly innovative. Though the group's current sound is relatively tame, the aggressive sound pokes its head out occasionally, harkening back to Arch Enemy's roots as thrash metal musicians.
November 02, 2014 8:00 PM
Prolific for her emotive, soft rock ballads, Sarah McLachlan is a Canadian singer/songwriter and musician from Halifax, Nova Scotia. With the release of her debut album Touch, in 1988, she first exposed her evocative mezzo-soprano voice and poignant songwriting to broad audiences, earning critical and commercial acclaim in the process. She rose to international attention with her 1997 record, Surfacing, which features the iconic piano rock hit "Angel." With an impressive catalog of records under her name, McLauchlan has solidified herself as a pop icon with each new release, including her 2014 LP, Shine On. In addition her work as an artist, through which she has been a steady activist for the advancement and fair treatment of women in entertainment, she is a devout philanthropist who has dedicated her time to various outreach programs, such as the Sarah McLachlan School of Music, The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and numerous disaster relief campaigns.
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November 04, 2014 7:30 PM
November 07, 2014
Legendary folk artist Gordon Lightfoot had a prolific career throughout the 1960s and 1970s as a performer and songwriter. His gentle tunes have been recorded by iconic performers such as Elvis, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan and Barbara Streisand, who helped solidify Lightfoot's reputation as a premier songwriter. Noted for his unique baritone voice and use of a 12-stringed guitar, Lightfoot is responsible for a string of number one hits including "If You Could Read My Mind," "Sundown" and "Rainy Day People." With a career that spans over four decades, the Canada-born artist continues to perform in venues around the world, taking his beloved musical canon on the road to the delight of folk-minded audiences everywhere.
November 08, 2014 6:00 PM
The Saskatchewan Roughriders is a professional football team based out of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada that plays in the Western Division of the Canadian Football League. Founded in 1910, theorganizationstarted out as a rugby team and wasoriginallyknown as the Regina Rugby Club. It changed its name to the Regina Roughriders in 1924 and once again altered its moniker in 1946 to the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
November 12, 2014 7:00 PM
The Moscow Ballet prides itself on bringing its talent to an international audience with its annual North American and the Great Russian Nutcracker tours. As the largest Russian ballet tour in North America, the Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker show averages 100 performances during the holiday months of November and December, stopping in major cities such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, Detroit, Dallas, Baltimore and Chicago. The company engages the local communities of international cities by offering up to 60 children a chance to join Moscow Ballet dancers on stage and perform in walk-on roles. In addition to the Great Russian Nutcracker, the Moscow Ballet presents major narrative ballets during it tours including Sleeping Beauty, Romeo and Juliet and quite possibly the most famous Russian ballet Swan Lake.
November 22, 2014
Obituary is elemental death metal to its core - thrashing hard since 1990. These five Floridians began their career performing their hardcore breed of death metal, building a savagely devoted fan base over the decades. They now perform all over the world, with fans throughout Europe, Asia, South America and the states. Their musical and stylistic evolutions reflect their authentic dedication to the genre of death metal, and their consistent ticket sales reflect that fans agree.
November 25, 2014 7:00 PM
November 26, 2014 7:00 PM