Adam Johnson in Saskatoon
- March 24, 2023 - Showtime: 8:00pm
806 Idylwyld Dr N, Saskatoon, SK, CA
- Advance Cost: $15.00
- Door Cost: $18.00
LIVE AT THE LONGBRANCH!
Adam Johnson, Brayden King, and Sask Steel
Come Party with us at the Longbranch! Radio recording artist Adam Johnson hits the stage with Brayden King and Sask Steel on March 24th. Combining for hundreds of shows across Western Canada, these artists always bring good times. So come for the music, to dance, or just the atmosphere. This show is primed to be one of the best Country parties of the year. Buy your tickets HERE.
$3.75 Smirnoff flavoured vodkas
$6 - 20 oz. Pints of Original 16
$7 premium highballs (Grey Goose, Patron, Bourbon)
$15.99 for any 2 appetizers
$15 Advance (plus applicable fees/taxes)
Adam Johnson exploded onto the country scene in 2021 when his debut single “Come On Let’s Go” became the 2nd most downloaded song on Canadian Country radio and went #1 on the Canadian Indie Country Countdown. Since then, Adam has achieved top 100 status twice on Canadian Country radio and his song “Craven” received recognition from Country Thunder. He has continued his success with the release of his debut EP “Come On Let’s Go” and his latest radio single “Back Again.” He is currently working with Juno-award-winning producer Bart McKay on a new single scheduled to release this spring.
From the prairies of Saskatchewan to the nights of Belgium, Brayden King has taken influence from his roots and his travels. His music rides on “The Edgy side of Country” with his signature gritty voice backed up by hard hitting, twangy instrumentals. Currently residing in Edmonton, AB, King is quickly making a name for himself in the Alberta Country Music scene. He is a road warrior, taking any chance he can to perform his captivating, high energy live show across Central Canada. With a future that shows no sign of slowing down, Brayden King invites you along for the ride.
Sask Steel’s music is captivating as it blends in between rock and traditional country. The group is well known for bringing energy to the stage with sing-along covers and feel-good tracks. As a Canadian country-rock group, Sask Steel’s debut was at the Ag Bag Drag 2021 performing as the opening band for country music artists Brody Siebert and Chris Buck for 1,500 students from the University of Saskatchewan. Their second major show was for the Ag Bag Drag 2022 event performing as the support act for CCMA award-winning group Nice Horse. Fall of 2021 Sask Steel was nominated for top cover band in Saskatoon, SK and received a Top 3 placement while being the only Country music act. Sask Steel has since been recording their first album. Sask Steel's members come from small town farming families across Saskatchewan that show their true prairie pride through music.