Rock'n Roll! Blue Feather Music Festival closes its 22nd edition in Whitehorse

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The 22nd Blue Feather Music Festival put the emphasis on soothing the mind with music. 

The event, which took place from Nov. 5 to Nov. 6 in Whitehorse, gathered several artists from across the world, with a focus on youth and Indigenous performers. For festival founder Gary Bailie, Blue Feather — a mainstay on the territory’s music scene since 2000 — is all about bringing different generation of artists together. 

“Although this festival has a First Nations grassroot beginning, it’s really about inviting everybody,” Bailie told CBC News. 

“I always thought that the grandest part of First Nations culture … is that we welcome people and we share. As we have come out of a lot of things, residential schools,

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