A feast for the eyes and ears
A recent Indigenous music and tradition pageant can be happening in Penticton on the Cleland Theatre on the finish of March.
2 Rivers Remix (2RMX) hits the Purple Highway with the ‘Movable Feast’ sequence to current a collaborative partnership between 2RMX, the En’owkin Middle and Ignite the Arts Competition to showcase Indigenous artists.
The lineup consists of: Juno award winners Digging Roots, soulful expressions of Kym Gouchie, 2-Spirit Diva Madeline Terbasket, R & B pop it-Lady Nimkish, internationally acclaimed roots rock reggae group The Religious Warriors, particular worldwide Indigenous visitor Yorta Yorta/DjaDja Wurrung(Indigenous Australian) multi-disciplinary artist DRMNGNOW, Secwepemc hip-hop fusion The Melawmen Collective, and Indigenous matriarch, singer and dancer Cynthia Jim.
The viewers can even be blessed with a particular prayer, welcome, and track from the elders and representatives of the En’owkin Middle, in addition to dance performances by the Syilx dancers and Aztec dancer Ana Cornejo.
Penticton is the primary cease in 2RMX’s 2023 sequence, which companions with as much as 10 small Indigenous communities.
Movable Feast in Penticton on March 29 from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. on the Cleland Theatre, 325 Energy Road. Tickets can be free with pre-registration and live-streamed to advertise as a lot accessibility as doable for all to witness the Indigenous artistry.
For extra info and to pre-register, head to the occasion web site right here.