Last spring’s music cabaret in support of Outlook’s new swimming pool project was apparently so nice, they’ve decided to do it twice.
On Friday night, April 28 at the Outlook Civic Centre, country singer Lisa Moen will once again be performing at a cabaret-style event to help raise money for the swimming pool fund, and the Outlook-raised musician is bringing along BC-bred Arron Rigden, a modern country artist with classic country and rock n’ roll stylings along for the show.
Moen, formerly a Myrol and the daughter of Myles and Diane, grew up in a country music family, and after starting a band of her own in her teen years, she never looked back and began to forge her own path in the music industry. To date, Lisa has released ten singles to Canadian country radio stations, which have all been played on the airwaves from coast to coast, and in 2015, she received the Rising Star Award from the Saskatchewan Country Music Association (SCMA). This past week, she was a contender for three other awards from the SCMA, including Female Vocalist of the Year and Video of the Year.
Rigden, who is originally from Abbotsford and moved to Saskatoon in 2012, cites his musical influences as ranging from country music legends such as Willie Nelson and George Strait to more contemporary artists such as Dierks Bentley and Dustin Lynch.
All proceeds of the cabaret will benefit the new swimming pool project, and those under 19 years of age are to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
The show starts at 9:00 pm and is set to go until roughly 1:00 am, with a midnight lunch included. Tickets are available to purchase at AG Foods or Scotiabank.
Last year’s cabaret raised over $11,000 for the swimming pool project.