Live music

Taya Fraser is seen behind the bar at Lefty’s Well on Sept. 10. The bar and music venue is opening for business on Sept. 16. (Willow Gamberg/Yukon News)

A stage for all: New music venue opening in Whitehorse

Lefty’s Well is opening on Sept. 16

 

Canadian musician Serena Ryder serenades the crowd. (Dana Hatherly/Yukon News)

PHOTOS: Serena Ryder serenades hundreds at Yukon Arts Centre’s 30th birthday bash

“We have not seen a gathering like this for many years”

 

The Keno City stage is in “great shape” for the festival, organizers say. (Facebook)

Music, film, burlesque booked for Keno festival

Festival is booked Aug. 5 to 7

 

A group performs at the 2020 Yukon African Music Festival. This year’s event will be held Aug. 21 in Whitehorse and Aug. 22 in Dawson City. (Yukon African Music Festival/Submitted)

Yukon African Music Festival returns to in-person performances

“People want to enjoy the things which make them feel connected with the community.”

A group performs at the 2020 Yukon African Music Festival. This year’s event will be held Aug. 21 in Whitehorse and Aug. 22 in Dawson City. (Yukon African Music Festival/Submitted)
Major Funk, from left, Selina Heyligers-Hare, Brent Gallant, Etienne Girard, Adrian Burrill, Toby Moisey and Anders Grasholm. (Courtesy of Major Funk)

Return of the Funk

Whitehorse’s Major Funk is back with a new album, set for release on March 19

  • Mar 16, 2021
Major Funk, from left, Selina Heyligers-Hare, Brent Gallant, Etienne Girard, Adrian Burrill, Toby Moisey and Anders Grasholm. (Courtesy of Major Funk)

Northern Vision Development walks fine line bringing Outside concerts to Whitehorse

‘It’s a high-risk market to be in but I believe there’s a market for it’