11 PM - 2 AM, Youngblood is the creative, dream-pop brainchild of Alexis Young. Inspired by the likes of French electronic duo Air, the fiery Grace Jones, and a little bit of sultry Nancy Sinatra, Youngblood manages to mix dreamy, marshmallow sounds laced with dark, pulsating grooves, crafting a unique blend of artistic pop.
Doors- 8:30 PM, $10.00 The Black Mastiff is a powerful breed known for its thick grooves, tasteful leads, and soothing melodies. Though new to the scene they have over 35 years of previous touring and playing experience combined! This breed of musicianship is well versed in the trials and triumphs of being a Canadian working band.
We are back at the Capitol with our bros Black Rain.Special thx to the Standing boys once again for making this happen
After eight years, and having just released his fourth full-length album with The Time Pirates, Kory Istace and the group have established themselves as one of the most prolific bands in Saskatchewan.
7 PM Prizes for costumes, drink specials and best of all the Season Opener of The Walking Dead on the big screen with theatre quality sound!
7 PM - 10 PM, TRIXX has developed quite a following via the college circuit, corporate and concert events, and comedy clubs across the nation. A naturally gifted entertainer, TRIXX has been blessed with the enviable talent of being able to connect with his audience, regardless of race, age or gender.
10 PM - 2 AM It's an all weekend Halloween party at The Capitol kicking things off with this show on the Friday! Wenches & Rogues, everyone's favoirte Celtic rock band w/ more Saskatoon locals Violet Betty and Mostly Wanted.
9 PM - 12 AM It's Halloween people!! Dress up and come party down at The Cap. 5 great bands, drink specials and some prizes to be won!
8 PM, Since Halloween is officially on a Monday and we know people will be tired and hung over from our Friday & Saturday shows we thought how about a Scary movie night. We are open to movie suggestions and will probably be showing a few. Show times TBD
11 AM, the talented guitarist for The Dears will be gracing the Capitol stage Nov 2 w/ the bluesy gritty Joe Nolan on the back burner as support.
10 PM - 2 AM. Doors open at 9:00 PM. $10 Dollars in advance. Since the inception of Shred Kelly, the Fernie BC based band have been re-defining what folk-rock means. Through their individual pan-Canadian backgrounds, Tim Newton, Sage McBride, Jordan Vlasschaert, Ian Page-Shiner, and Ty West have amplified the traditional sound of folk music with a more contemporary approach.
9 PM - 2:30 AM Expect rainbow lasers, stellar lights, stunning, space-themed projection mapped visuals, crisp, clean sound and world class DJ's and producers on every one of these nights. We focus on quality, production value, and carefully selected House/Techno DJ's from accross Western Canada.
10 PM - 2 AM Dirty Catfish Brass Band's aim is to inspire, create and instigate but, mostly, they just want you on your feet. Undeniably tight, yet reckless as hell, Dirty Catfish Brass Band deals in powerful phrasing and performances drenched with rhythm. Invoking the sounds of the New Orleans brass tradition, the ten-piece collective dares to reimagine the streets of a prairie city as one that is hot, alive, and brimming with soul. Based in Winnipeg, MB, the crew strives to surprise, challenge, tickle and pay homage to the New Orleans tradition by giving it a new audience in an unsuspecting locale. In true Louisiana tradition, these boys stick to the spontaneity of festivals, alleyway performance and all around late nights. The band doesn't ask permission to play, and the crowd certainly doesn't ask them to stop.
7 PM - 11 PM GQ Magazine's Comedy Editor reported that: Montreal-comic Derek Seguin stole one of the most star-studded gala shows last year from host Whitney Cummings. This year he appeared in The Nasty Show (in which the stand-ups perform their most shocking and filthy material) and proceeded to steal that too. A true star and Montreal's pride and joy.
9 PM - 2 AM An all vinyl fall tour! This is the best of the best under one roof for one night!
Join us for some Sunday fun with 3 of the happiest things on earth: yoga, beer, and music. All proceeds will go towards purchasing yoga mats for the Saskatoon branch of The Canadian Mental Health Association. This will allow them to continue offering yoga classes to people with anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues.