Held over a weekend in spring, dancers from around North America converge for this, the largest and longest running celebration of First Nation's culture in the province.
Saskatchewan's favorite festival; people dress up in pioneer garb for six days of concerts, pancake breakfasts, amusement-park rides, a beard-growing contest and parades. Dates vary year to year.
Canadian filmmakers and producers compete for Canada's Golden Sheaf Awards at the acclaimed Yorkton Film Festival. It honors Canadian films that are less than an hour in length.
Come show your soul patch at this jazzy festival, Saskatchewan's largest, at venues throughout town from late June. Some events are free.
More than 30 local restaurants sell various treats over five days in mid-July; there is also a full schedule of live music.
Rough-edged acts, music and avant-garde theater quirk up the streets and performance halls in July or August.
Enjoy the best of the Bard in tents and the great outdoors by the riverbank.
Saskatoon comes alive for the Ex, with live music, racing pigs, chuck-wagon races and rides to reacquaint you with your fairy floss. Children under 11 are free when accompanied by an adult.