Regina Events

Nightlife entertainment guide for Regina

Looking for a complete list of special events in Regina? Look no further. Here is your nightlife entertainment guide for Regina.

The Exchange, 8th Ave., Regina, Saskatchewan Canada Regina Saskatchewan Canada

Regina rock band Mother Night were in this year’s Queen City Rocks competition, and now they’re ready to come back to the Exchange for an evening of their own. All ages and licensed. [more]

The Exchange, 8th Ave., Regina, Saskatchewan Canada Regina Saskatchewan Canada

91.3 FM CJTR and Roadside Attractions present Connie Kaldor. The Regina-born, Montreal-based musician has been writing and performing music for well over three decades, releasing over a dozen albums during that time. Her latest album, Love Sask, came out in 2014. Saskatchewan singer-songwriter Annette Campagne Musique opens. Doors at 7 p.m. [more]

The Exchange, 8th Ave., Regina, Saskatchewan Canada Regina Saskatchewan Canada

Come enjoy a night of Regina songwriters Leo Keiser of Homo Monstrous, Dan Holbrow of B-Side Champions, and Alex Mullock in the Club. Doors at 8 p.m. $5 at the door. All ages and licensed. [more]

The Exchange, 8th Ave., Regina, Saskatchewan Canada Regina Saskatchewan Canada

Regina artist Charlotte Hauk hosts an opening for her art, including paintings, photography, and ceramics. Later in the evening, local musician Keiran Semple hosts an open jam. Doors open at 6 p.m. Donations accepted at the door. All ages and licensed. [more]

The Exchange, 8th Ave., Regina, Saskatchewan Canada Regina Saskatchewan Canada

91.3 FM CJTR and Roadside Attractions present Harry Manx. The B.C.-based artist has spent time travelling the world, picking up influences from folk and blues music from far and wide. He also picked up his mohan veena, a 20-string guitar that strongly informs his east-meets-west sound. His latest album, 20 Strings and the Truth, comes out February [more]

The Exchange, 8th Ave., Regina, Saskatchewan Canada Regina Saskatchewan Canada

GrassRoots Regina presents Gordie Tentrees. The folk and roots artist moved to Whitehorse, YK to focus on his craft, and that’s what he done. His fifth album, North Country Heart, came out in 2012. Oklahoma City, OK singer-songwriter Jaxon Haldale opens. Show at 8 p.m. $15 at the door. All ages and licensed. [more]