With less than 24 hours remaining until the gates open for Homestand '23, Ross Wells Ball Park is continuing to transition from a ballpark into a concert venue.

Organizers and crews are hard at work this afternoon getting everything ready for tomorrow. The stage arrived Friday afternoon and has been set up.

Headerliner Corb Lund will be joined tomorrow night by roots soul songwriter Lindi Ortega, folk rocker Mike Plume, and country artist Jordyn Pollard, who begins the musical portion of the evening at 5:30 p.m.

The fun at Homestand '23 begins at 1:30 p.m. when doors open ahead of the screening of the rematch between the 6-5 Saskatchewan Roughriders and the 9-3 Winnipeg Blue Bombers at 2 p.m. in the Banjo Bowl.

Homestand '23 is the brainchild of River Street Promotions, a volunteer-run, non-profit organization that promotes wellness in the community using entertainment to spread awareness and educate.

Proceeds from Homestand '23 will support mental health and wellness initiatives in the Prairie South School Division, Holy Trinity Catholic School Division, and the beautification of Ross Wells Ball Park.

Tickets are still available for Homestand '23. The cost is $65 for the entire day and free for children 12 and under with an adult ticket. Tickets can be purchased at sasktix.ca or riverstreetpromotions.com.

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