Winnipeg - September 2015

I am pleased to announce that I will be making the trip to Winnipeg on September 11th, for the 10th annual Indigenous Music Awards, where I am nominated for Best Pop and Best Producer. 

While in Winnipeg I will be performing not once but TWICE! 

First at Native Model Studio's annual Pink Party on Friday, September 11th. 

The following evening, I will be performing at the first ever Red Revue event in Winnipeg on Saturday, September 12th.

Details on the posters below. 



Digital Drum came out to a show earlier this year to do an on camera interview and film pieces of my performance. We had a great conversation. They did an incredible job of putting it together. As well, I submitted a playlist of some of my most meaningful songs and the stories behind their creation. If you really want to understand what I'm all about, you NEED to check this out!  http://digitaldrum.ca/video/niiko-soul/


Red Revue and Planet Indigenus Present...

I am pleased to announce that I will be performing a second show in Toronto next week. I will be performing a 50 minute headline set at the super cool Tranzac Club alongside the beautiful Cheri Maracle and Missy Knot on Thursday, August 6th. The show is the product of a partnership between the Planet IndigenUS Festival and Red Revue. All details can be found on the poster below. 

Come out and turn up with us! 


Ontario's Celebration Zone During The Pan Am Games

Pleased to announce that I will be performing an hour long set at Ontario's Celebration Zone during The Pan Am Games on Sunday, August 9th from 1-2 PM. The OCZ is located along the beautiful harbourfront (surrounding the Harbourfront Centre located at 235 Queens Quay West) in Toronto, Ontario. Admission is free. I'm so excited! Come watch us sweat it out in the summer sun! It's going to be a fantastic show! 


Aboriginal Pavilion's Opening Night Showcase

Next week, on July 16th, I will be performing at the Aboriginal Pavilion's Opening Night Showcase at beautiful Fort York in Toronto, Ontario. The Aboriginal Pavilion is a 19 day art, culture and sport festival and Indigenous gathering place during the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Games.