Getting together is just the beginning.

Solstice on the South Saskatchewan is a multi-genre music, art, and culture festival. Featuring Canadian and international artists alongside local favourites, the intimate event will take place on a plateau above a bend in the South Saskatchewan River, at the crossing of the legendary Gabriel Dumont, and the current home of the One Arrow First Nation. An eco- and child-friendly event, it features healthy living workshops, ​family and child programming in the daytime, as well as a bangin​’ dance party at night. If you are looking for a weekend festival that is intimate, cozy, and has that plains family vibe, this is the event for you!

We live inside a big time-telling device, and on the longest day of the year, every year, we get together. It has been this way for a very, very long time. Many cultures, many places, and many times. 

We believe that when we get together, it breaks down barriers, allowing us to work together to create lives and communities that are healthy and balanced. We believe in forgiveness, and that dancing is the medicine of the heart. Join us as we celebrate on the longest day of the year in Saskatchewan under living skies!

Getting together is the first step towards reconciliation!

Tickets Available Now!

Tier 1 (On Sale Now!) – $90
Tier 2 (May 26th) – $120
Gate – $150

This event can only continue to run thanks to your support, so thank you in advance!!!

Also, we offer low-income payment options! Simply contact us through the web site and let us know your situation, and we’ll hook you up. We want you here!!!

And, we still have just a few volunteer spots left, so if volunteering is more your jam, hit us up to earn your ticket to the festival and be part of something beautiful.

Solstice on the South Saskatchewan is a Music, Art, and Culture festival which runs from Friday June 21st to Sunday June 23rd, 2019 at the

One Arrow First Nation Rodeo Grounds

We feature local, Saskatchewan talent alongside National and International acts to bring people together in the hopes of restoring and maintaining positive relations in a time where this is critical, in a place made famous by Gabriel Dumont, a man who did just that.