Multi-Award-Winning artist, sean beaver, performs at the 2nd Annual NIFF held inside the Nozhem First People's Performance Theatre on the East Bank of the Trent University campus in the Enwayaang Building, at the 2nd Annual Nogojiwanong Indigenous Fringe Festival 2022, and is 1 of the 12 outstanding talents that will be appearing. The variety of entertainment at this year's festival ceremonially begins on Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21st and runs through till June 26. sean beaver is a multi-award-winning performer who is an independent Indigenous techno/electronic solo artist based in Calgary, AB, Canada who originally hails from the Driftpile Cree Nation in Treaty 8 Territory and shares his gifts with select Pow Wow elements, percussion, and vocal chants added throughout his high-energy hybrid performance of live loops and originally produced music, sounding a cross between Teenage Mutants, Chemical Brothers, and Richie Hawtin. sean beaver was a key member of the hip-hop sensation group REDDNATION from 2002 o 2013, and after the group's retirement, he wanted to get back to his roots as he returned to work on original music and released 6 albums. 1st original solo album, Project Axiom in 2013, which won Best Instrumental CD at Aboriginal People's Choice Awards. In 2014, his 2nd album was unleashed, entitled TORN, which won Best Instrumental CD at the 2015 Indigenous Music Awards. His 3rd album, NYD, was nominated for Best Instrumental Album 2017 Indigenous Music Awards. 4th album, Electric Turtle Dreams, was released in 2020, with a nomination for Rap/Hip-Hop-Electronica Album of The Year at the 2021 Summer Solstice Indigenous Music Awards. Album #5, The Remixes, was released in September 2021. Album #6, 'the releases i never speak of' was released in October 2021 with Album #7, Tipiskaw Pisim, is currently in final production and is set to release in April 2023. Currently just released 2 NEW singles:
We Miss You (Sean Beaver Remix) and Exotic Nature.
Nogojiwanong Indigenous Fringe Festival (NIFF) is a member of the Canadian Association of Fringe Festivals (CAFF) for independent performers in theatre, dance, music, and comedy and this year's NIFF features a full week of presenting the perfect opportunity to support the world’s 2nd and only Indigenous Fringe Festival happening right here in Nogojiwanong Peterborough, with a stellar lineup of performances from a variety of local and Canadian Indigenous artists. The focus will be on entertainment, mentorship, collaborative learning, knowledge while sharing, skill development, and exploring workshops that focus on playwriting, direction, storytelling, performance, and community with experienced teaching artists. The NIFF Knowledge Sharing Project participants have a long history of work in Nogojiwanong with extensive experience and are committed to providing a space for people to experience and embrace the arts and community with an extensive commitment to the development and transmittal of cultural knowledge and creative practice that advances the artistic development of participating Fringe artists. This display increases the capacity of participating arts groups, improves the representation of Indigenous artists in the Fringe movement, and beyond, connects artists and Elders with developing artists and arts practices, and promotes Indigenous performing arts in the Nogojiwanong region.
Hurry, don't delay, get your $10 tickets today to see sean beaver inside the Nozhem First People's Performance Theatre on the East Bank of the Trent University campus on
Friday, June 24 at 7 pm.
Saturday, June 25 at 2:30 pm.
Saturday, June 25 at 10 pm Late Night Dance Party.
Sunday, June 26 at the closing ceremony at 8 pm.
YOU CAN STAY IN TUNE with sean beaver at https://seanbeaver.com
Tickets = showplace.org
Contact = Nogojiwanong Indigenous Fringe Festival