Ness Creek Music Festival

Ness Creek Site
Big River
S0J 0E0
(306) 652-6377

Take Highway 12 to Blaine Lake. Highway 12 ends at a stop sign here. Turn right onto Highway 40. Continue on Highway 40 for 55 km until you come Highway 3.Turn right and head towards Shellbrook. At the edge of Shellbrook, turn left onto Highway 55. Approximately 5 km North of Shellbrook, turn left to remain on Highway 55. Travel along Highway 55 for 73 km. Just before Big River you will see the old Pulp Mill on the left. You need to turn right onto Revo Road 922 BEFORE you pass the saw mill. Approximately 20 km along Revo Road 922, turn right at the Nesslin Lake sign and follow signs for Ness Creek.http://nesscreek.com/campexplore/directions/

In 1991 the first Ness Creek Music Festival was held in its current location.
What began as a Friday/Saturday Festival with 7 bands and 200 people steadily grew over the years to become the beloved Saskatchewan phenomenon it is today, featuring a variety of events that take place over 4 days–over 30 Main Stage performances, a Workshop stage, Eco-Village, Community Kitchen, Children’s Area, Drum and Dance Circle, Sharing Circle, After Hours venue and over 4,000 attendees.

The Ness Creek Music Festival is the only one of its kind; fabulous music combined with community, ecology, and the arts, nestled in the forests of rural northern Saskatchewan.

Ness Creek brings you cutting edge new Saskatchewan, Canadian, and international music, while keeping you grounded with the bedrock of its traditional roots–blues to bluegrass, folk to funk, and nearly everything in between. Music speaks a universal language and is the best way we know to get people to smile at their neighbours, shake what their mama gave them, and feel connected.

Our main artistic focus has traditionally been on music; however, over the years we’ve expanded our role as an arts presenter.
Ness Creek is home to a myriad of artistic expressions, including dance, theatre, spoken word, and visual art. We emphasize activities, performances and workshops that focus on community, cultural understanding, ecology and wellness.

- See more at: http://waskesiuwildernessregion.com/events/2015-ness-creek-music-festiva...

In 1991, the first Ness Creek Music Festival was held in its current location. What began as a Friday/Saturday festival with 7 bands and 200 people steadily grew over the years to become the beloved Saskatchewan phenomenon it is today, featuring a variety of events that take place over 4 days–over 20 Main Stage performances, a Workshop stage, Eco-Village, Community Kitchen, Children’s Area, Drum and Dance Circle, Sharing Circle, Cultural Connections, After Hours venue and over 4,000 attendees.

The Ness Creek Music Festival is the only one of its kind; fabulous music combined with community, ecology, and the arts, nestled in the forests of rural northern Saskatchewan. We emphasize activities, performances and workshops that focus on community, cultural understanding, ecology and wellness.

Ness Creek brings you cutting edge new Saskatchewan, Canadian, and international music, while keeping you grounded with the bedrock of its traditional roots–blues to bluegrass, folk to funk, and nearly everything in between. Music speaks a universal language and is the best way we know to get people to smile at their neighbours, shake what their mama gave them, and feel connected.

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Ness Creek Site
Big River
S0J 0E0
(306) 652-6377

Take Highway 12 to Blaine Lake. Highway 12 ends at a stop sign here. Turn right onto Highway 40. Continue on Highway 40 for 55 km until you come Highway 3.Turn right and head towards Shellbrook. At the edge of Shellbrook, turn left onto Highway 55. Approximately 5 km North of Shellbrook, turn left to remain on Highway 55. Travel along Highway 55 for 73 km. Just before Big River you will see the old Pulp Mill on the left. You need to turn right onto Revo Road 922 BEFORE you pass the saw mill. Approximately 20 km along Revo Road 922, turn right at the Nesslin Lake sign and follow signs for Ness Creek.http://nesscreek.com/campexplore/directions/