Campfire Chats: A Celebration of Indigenous Music

Indigenous peoples across Canada have a culturally rich, diverse and immersive history of both traditional and contemporary music. In honour of National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21, the University of Calgary invites you to the 8th annual Campfire Chats: A Celebration of Indigenous Music.

Join us and Heritage Park in a celebration of Indigenous culture through live music and performances. Performers include Craig Ginn, Métis recording artist and UCalgary professor, Olivia Tail Feathers, traditional singer/songwriter from the Blood Tribe/Kainai Nation, Sandra Sutter, Cree Métis recording artist, and Rod Hunter and his drum group Eya-Hey Nakoda from Stoney Nakoda Nation.

Date: June 21, 2023
Time: 4 - 6 p.m. MT
Location: Heritage Park Plaza (free to attend)

Campfire Chats is brought to you by the joint efforts of the Office of Indigenous Engagement and the Office of Advancement.
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