Scène Manitobaine Celebrates Manitoba's Diverse Francophone Music Community
Le 100 Nons, Manitoba's Francophone music organization, is bringing together four local artists for an evening of music at Le Garage on January 21. In partnership with Manitoba Music, the diverse showcase -- dubbed Scène Manitobaine -- features performances by globe-trotting folk/roots quartet Oh My Darling, genre-defying singer/songwriter marijosée, hip hop outfit Namwira Folks, and punk/rockers Les Sexy.
Beyond an a stellar night of live music, Scène Manitobaine will host key local industry players as well as a Québec booker to bring attention to Manitoba's strong francophone music community. The event also offers the artists a chance to get valuable feedback from expers and gain more showcasing experience.
Established in 1967, Le 100 Nons is a not-for-profit organization that has been working with and promoting Francophone artists and enabling French culture to flourish in the music industry. Le 100 Nons has hosted hundreds of concerts, workshops, and activities over the years thus sensitizing the population to the riches of the vibrant Franco-Manitoban culture.
Admission for Scène Manitobaine is $5 at the door and showtime is 9pm.
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