Thursday Three: Oct 30
If you're like me, Thursday is when you start to think about what you're going to do on the weekend. Enter the Thursday Three: top picks of fashionable and fabulous things to do in Saskatoon this weekend. To submit your event for consideration, email email@example.com or fill out the form.
Thursday (7 p.m.) - PARKLUXE at Rouge Gallery
Calgary-based fashion non-profit, PARK (Promoting Artists, Redefining Kulture), is making their Saskatchewan debut at Rouge Gallery. Presented by Midtown Plaza, PARKLUXE is set to raise the bar for fashion events in Saskatoon. The presentation will include not only beloved Saskatoon designer, Rebecca King, but designers from Toronto (Matthew Gallagher and Caitlin Power) and Edmonton (Malorie Urbanovitch) as well. This event, set in one of Sasktoon's most modern spaces, will be the first event in Saskatchewan to attract designers from outside the province. Ayden Kitchen & Bar will provide canapés and cocktails during the event, and host the pop-up shop and after party immediately following.
Tickets: Tiered admission ($30/$55/$90). Available on TicketLeap.
Thursday (10 p.m.) - Flat Black Plastic at The Heights
The best vinyl night in the city returns for a Halloween edition at Saskatoon's newest downtown dancing spot. The Gaff & Charly Hustle will be spinning your favorite dance classics. Mark off the last Thursday of every month in your calendars going forward, this is not a night to be missed.
Tickets: $5 cover
Friday (10 p.m.) - Vampire Beat at Amigos
Vampire Beat, the 6th annual Halloween fundraiser for BlackFlash Magazine and PavedArts, is easily the best Halloween party in the city. Any party that mixes costumes and the best the arts community has to offer is bound to be killer. It's already sold out, but we're including it because, well... where there's a will, there's a way.
Tickets: $25 (sold out)