Season Two, Episode Eight – Junofest Venues

It’s Juno week and that means Canada’s biggest music party has arrived in Saskatoon. It’s also a great opportunity for Saskatoon’s music venues, big and small, to show what they can offer to our country’s best artists and bands. In this episode of YXE Underground, we visit three venues (The Broadway Theatre, 9 Mile Legacy Brewery and The Underground Cafe) and discover what it means to their staff to host Junofest concerts. It’s also co-hosted by Saskatoon’s biggest music fan, Troy Weppler.

Season Two, Episode Eight – Junofest Venues

It’s Juno week and that means Canada’s biggest music party has arrived in Saskatoon. It’s also a great opportunity for Saskatoon’s music venues, big and small, to show what they can offer to our country’s best artists and bands. In this episode of YXE Underground, we visit three venues (The Broadway Theatre, 9 Mile Legacy Brewery and The Underground Cafe) and discover what it means to their staff to host Junofest concerts. It’s also co-hosted by Saskatoon’s biggest music fan, Troy Weppler.

Season Two, Episode Eight – Junofest Venues

It’s Juno week and that means Canada’s biggest music party has arrived in Saskatoon. It’s also a great opportunity for Saskatoon’s music venues, big and small, to show what they can offer to our country’s best artists and bands. In this episode of YXE Underground, we visit three venues (The Broadway Theatre, 9 Mile Legacy Brewery and The Underground Cafe) and discover what it means to their staff to host Junofest concerts. It’s also co-hosted by Saskatoon’s biggest music fan, Troy Weppler.

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YXE Underground is a podcast focusing on people in Saskatoon who are making a difference in our community but are not receiving the attention they deserve. It shines a light on their work and raises awareness of their efforts in Saskatoon.

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