Classic blues and old-time rock and roll are the standards here in this beer-swilling joint.
This perennial theatrical standout has excellent new quarters in the Remai Arts Centre at River Landing. Comedy, drama and musicals are all regulars.
The Saskatoon Symphony plays regularly at TCU Place.
This is the local place for big-name concerts; it's inconveniently located 10km north of downtown. Locals constantly complain of traffic jams trying to get out of the parking lot.
This historic Nutana cinema shows cult classics, art-house films and occasional local live performances. Regularly screens South Park:Bigger, Longer and Uncut; sing along with 'Blame Canada'!
Contemporary stage productions by Canadian First Nations, Métis and Inuit artists highlight cultural issues through comedy and drama.
Saskatoon’s Arts and Convention Centre offers a variety of concerts, lectures, dance performances and plays through the year, as well as regularly hosting the Saskatoon Symphony.
This WHL team plays a fast, rough and sharp style of hockey.