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2019 Events



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Live on the Spectrum Resource Group Main Stage


The Bromantics

From Louis Prima to Ben E. King, and everything in between! These boys are paying tribute to the bands that started it all, AND performing originals to follow suit. The Bromantics are a youthful revitalisation of the 1950's, with brilliant brass tones and doo-wop harmonies they keep the audience screaming for more, The Bromantics are a cross between nostalgia and modern trend, attracting people of all ages.

The songs are timeless and the dances are contagious. The Bromantics' animated performances have proven to fill any size dance floor. Don't believe us? Scroll for yourself.


The Milkman’s Sons

The Milkman’s Sons perform a song list made to please a wide variety of people, from Classic Rock to Modern Rock, Blues to Country, plus a few surprises. The band has earned its place by delivering a great evening of fun every time they hit the stage. The Milkman’s Sons are professionals who deliver the same show and energy whether performing to thousands of people or a couple of hundred. If you are looking for one of Best Cover Bands in Saskatchewan.



Hurricane Pilots offer a variety of rock and country. Changing from covers of artists such as Brooks & Dunn and Rascal Flatts to ZZTop and Poison, then may throw an original somewhere in the mix. Hurricane Pilots are there to entertain and make it a goal to keep the good times rolling. Welcome aboard, buckle up and enjoy the ride.


Family Fun Zone Events

Pat Roth,Balloon Guy

Free Family Fun Zone Entertainment @ Carlyle Public Library 1-4 PM

Pat Roth has been clowning around Central Canada and the United States for over 20 years, performing at birthday parties, cultural events and family gatherings. He specializes in professional balloon sculpting, face painting and family entertainment.

Pat has a B.A. in Arts Education, is a graduate of Goldstone and Johnson’s International School of Mime and holds a Bachelor Degree in Religious Studies. He also studied under the famous French mime, Marcel Marceau.