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@ St. Basil's Cultural Centre // 7:30 pm

Ticketed Event

Join New Moon Folk Club for their presentation of Aysanabee on Friday, April 26 at St. Basil’s Cultural Centre, 10819 71 Avenue NW. Doors open at 6:30PM, performance begins at 7:30PM.

Aysanabee is a multi-instrumentalist, producer and singer songwriter currently based in Toronto. He is Oji-Cree, Sucker Clan of the Sandy Lake First Nation a remote fly-in community in the far reaches of Northwestern Ontario. 

Solemn and soaring, backed by a swirling blend of indie, soul and electronic soundscapes, mournful saxophone and pulse-quickening finger-picking, Aysanabee’s striking sound is equal parts hypnotic and melodic which has been compared to Bön Iver, Matt Corby, Don Ross, Kim Churchill, Kings of Leon and Sam Smith. 

On Mar 23, 2024, Aysanabee made history as the first ever Indigenous Artist to win the JUNO Awards for Alternative Album of the Year and the coveted Songwriter of the year, for Here and Now. He followed up the wins with a memorable performance on the awards broadcast with a tribute to Robbie Robertson and Gordon Lightfoot alongside Allison Russell, William Prince, Julian Taylor, Shawnee Kish, Logan Staats, and the Rainbow Coalition. 

GST will be added to your ticket at check-out
Advanced General Admission: $29
Advanced Student Admission: $19
Student admission is only available for full-time students
At-The-Door General Admission: $34
At-The-Door Student Admission: $24
Children aged 12 and under receive free admission at the door

No physical or electronic tickets will be provided. You will need to have your order confirmation ready at the door. 

Free parking is available on-site. ETS routes 9 and 701 are within a 5‑minute walk.

Tickets may also be purchased over the phone at 7804201757 or in-person at EAC Shop & Services, 9930 102 Avenue NW

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St. Basil's Cultural Centre
10819 71 Avenue NW
Edmonton, AB
T6E 0X8