APTN's Aboriginal Day Live and Celebration

Saturday, June 21, 2014 - 04:00

APTN’s Aboriginal Day Live & Celebration, an annual celebration of National Aboriginal Day and the summer solstice, has been delighting audiences since 2007. This event features some of the biggest names in Aboriginal music and television, including JUNO Award winners and up-and-coming artists; showcases talent from all genres, regions and nations; and ensures the recognition and inclusion of all First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples.

It debuted in a park outside of APTN’s headquarters in downtown Winnipeg and moved to the historical Forks site in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The celebration evolved to include twin stage performances from different locations across the country – including Yellowknife, Whitehorse, Ottawa, Regina and Iqaluit. APTN’s Aboriginal Day Live & Celebration has grown year to year and continues to expand its grassroots reach to Aboriginal communities across the country.

Interactive content, live streaming, trivia, polls and APTN Webstage Pass™ – APTN brings the celebration to Canada through the LIVE event, LIVE broadcast, radio waves, and via online and mobile devices.

There is no question, after seven years, the event continues to shine bigger, better and brighter.

In 2014, APTN’s Aboriginal Day Live & Celebration will be celebrating the uniqueness and diversity of our Peoples – LIVE and online – from The Forks in Winnipeg, Manitoba and from our twin stage in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Find more information here: http://www.aboriginaldaylive.ca/

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