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


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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