Performing Arts

Performing Arts

The Napatak Ramble

The Napatak Ramble is two day music festival. It started in the back yard of a council member with two performing artists and a nice gathering of friends. Each year it has grown with more featured musicians and bands and larger and larger crowds. It eventually out grew the original venue in Napatak and relocated to Rabbit Creek, a beautiful outdoor venue that can accommodate the growing crowds. Visit the Ramble web site for more information.

Spacious, isolated, with lots of woods for a warm acoustic sound, filled with music-loving people and plenty of good cheer. The crowd was wonderful! The setting, sound and weather were perfect along with the good food and beverages. This was one of the most memorable shows of the tour. It doesn’t get better than this!

– Alan Gerber, Musician, Quebec.

The Napatak Ramble was the highlight of my tour. The ramble has a festival atmosphere with a large engaged crowd who didn’t want the music to end!

– Dave Russel, Musician Windsor On.

Visit the Ramble site

The La Ronge Arts Council Concert Series

The La Ronge Arts Council is once again bringing you the Concert Series, an exciting season of musical entertainment. Three events have been planned for 2020/2021 through OSAC (our parent organization); Over The Moon on October 29th, 2020; Royal Wood on February 12,2021; and Motus O Dance Theatre April 19, 2021.

However, because of the COVID 19 situation these events are pending. Please check our Calendar for updated information on whether these events will take place.

See OSAC Performing Arts Tour cancelation media release

Photo by BrandonWhitePhoto

 

The Northern Lights Bluegrass Camp Bursary

 

Each year the La Ronge Arts Council offers a bursary to a music student to attend the Northern Lights Bluegrass Camp which takes place at Ness Creek (in conjunction with the Northern Lights Bluegrass Festival) in August.  Some conditions may apply…… the successful applicant will have to make their own arrangements for accommodation (usually camping) and a chaperone if a youth  But we will look after the cost of the camp itself and help with other arrangements as we can.

How to Apply

Click below on the link below to open the application form for this bursary and download it.  Applications must be submitted to larongearts@gmail.com by June 30.

Get Application

For more information on all up coming concerts go to our Performing Arts Calendar.

For tickets to our events:

  • Contact the La Ronge Arts Council at  larongeart@gmail.com
  • Purchase at the La Ronge Conexus Credit Union or at Woodlands and Waterways Regional Visitor Centre
  • Purchase on line – link in event details on our Events Calendar
  • Many of our events are Free

 

Performing arts events are generously supported by Canadian Heritage through their Canada Arts Presentation Fund.

The Napatak Ramble

The Napatak Ramble is two day music festival. It started in the back yard of a council member with two performing artists and a nice gathering of friends. Each year it has grown with more featured musicians and bands and larger and larger crowds. It eventually out grew the original venue in Napatak and relocated to Rabbit Creek, a beautiful outdoor venue that can accommodate the growing crowds. Visit the Ramble web site for more information.

Spacious, isolated, with lots of woods for a warm acoustic sound, filled with music-loving people and plenty of good cheer. The crowd was wonderful! The setting, sound and weather were perfect along with the good food and beverages. This was one of the most memorable shows of the tour. It doesn’t get better than this! – Alan Gerber, Musician, Quebec.

The Napatak Ramble was the highlight of my tour. The ramble has a festival atmosphere with a large engaged crowd who didn’t want the music to end! – Dave Russel, Musician Windsor On.

Visit the Ramble site

The La Ronge Arts Council Concert Series

The La Ronge Arts Council is once again bringing you the Concert Series, an exciting season of musical entertainment. Three events have been planned for 2020/2021 through OSAC (our parent organization); Over The Moon on October 29th, 2020; Royal Wood on February 12,2021; and Motus O Dance Theatre April 19, 2021.

However, because of the COVID 19 situation these events are pending. Please check our Calendar for updated information on whether these events will take place.

The Northern Lights Bluegrass Camp Bursary

 

Each year the La Ronge Arts Council offers a bursary to a music student to attend the Northern Lights Bluegrass Camp which takes place at Ness Creek (in conjunction with the Northern Lights Bluegrass Festival) in August.  Some conditions may apply…… the successful applicant will have to make their own arrangements for accommodation (usually camping) and a chaperone if a youth  But we will look after the cost of the camp itself and help with other arrangements as we can.

How to Apply

Click below on the link below to open the application form for this bursary and download it.  Applications must be submitted to larongearts@gmail.com by June 30.

Get Application

 

For tickets to our events:

  • Contact the La Ronge Arts Council at  larongeart@gmail.com
  • Purchase at the La Ronge Conexus Credit Union or at Woodlands and Waterways Regional Visitor Centre
  • Purchase on line – link in event details on our Events Calendar
  • Many of our events are Free

 

Performing arts events are generously supported by Canadian Heritage through their Canada Arts Presentation Fund.