The stage is set for Homestand '22 as it’s less than 24 hours away from taking over Ross Wells Park.
Event staff are hard at work on Friday setting up the entertainment stage and the gigantic video screen.
This year’s event is jammed-packed with entertainment. JJ Voss, Nice Horse, Chilliwack, and headliner Matt Mays will take to the stage and put on a show for all those that are in attendance.
Festivities kick off at 2:00 p.m., as Homestand '22 will be broadcasting the Banjo Bowl between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, prior to the musical performances.
Homestand '22 will have multiple food and beverage options on-site for your enjoyment, as well.
The event staff wants to remind you that tickets are still available for this family-friendly “bring your lawn chair” event.
General admission tickets can be found at the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre’s website. Tickets will also be sold at the gate for any newcomers looking to see the show.
Proceeds from this concert will be donated by River Street Promotions to youth mental health wellness efforts across southern Saskatchewan school divisions, as well as to the beautification of Ross Wells Park.
Last year, Homestand managed to raise $50,000 for the cause; They hope to break that record this year.