Pick of the Day (Tomorrow Edition): Symphony Under the Sky

On Sunday afternoon, the Regina Symphony Orchestra kicks off its 104th season with this popular annual outdoor concert on the lawn south of the Royal Saskachewan Museum in Wascana Centre.

As always, there will be a pile of entertainment happening throughout the day before the RSO takes the stage. Here’s a rundown: Roots ‘n’ Herbs (11 a.m.); The Bystanders (11:40 a.m.); Richie Pollack & Someone Else’s Kids (12:20 p.m.); Glenn Sutter (1 p.m.); The Montagues (1:40 p.m.); Sun Zoom Sparx (2:20 p.m.); Grain Report (3 p.m.) and Rosie & the Riveters (3:40 p.m.)

The RSO will begin shortly after Rosie & the Riveters are done their set, with the evening winding up with the traditional 1812 Overture by Tchaikovsky at 7 p.m.

To give you a sneak preview, here’s video of Rosie & the Riveters performing “Walking Cane”:

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