Keystone Centre Announces Live Musical Acts for 50th Anniversary Celebration

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The Keystone Centre is excited to announce Begonia, Boy Golden, and FONTINE as the live musical acts for its 50th anniversary celebration on June 15th. The outdoor concert will be free and open to the public as part of a day-long celebration of the Keystone Centre’s past, present, and future.

Nominated for a JUNO Award for her albums “FEAR” and “Powder Blue,” Begonia has solidified her place as a rising star in the Canadian music scene. With a unique blend of pop, R&B, and soul, Begonia’s performances are known for their emotional depth and
powerful energy. Her captivating stage presence and magnetic vocals have earned her a loyal following across the country. Fans can expect an unforgettable performance from
Begonia at the Keystone Centre’s 50th anniversary celebration, where she will
undoubtedly leave a lasting impression on all in attendance.

Since releasing his debut album, “Church of Better Daze,” in 2021, he’s played every
summer festival on your list, performed to a SOLD OUT crowd at the Burton Cummings
Theatre, released a dozen videos, curated and directed an art show and music video for
“KD & Lunchmeat”, the Seth-Rogenesque hit single that charted to #1 on Alternative
Radio, and toured more than 60 venues across North America with The Sheepdogs.

Indie-folk/pop artist FONTINE, based in Winnipeg, MB, is making waves. A queer and
Indigenous musician of Nehiyaw Iskwew heritage, her debut EP, “Yarrow Lover,” co-produced with friends Kris Ulrich and mixed by Boy Golden, dropped in February of
2023. Inspired by the prairies and the Winnipeg music scene.

“We are thrilled to have such talented artists join us for our 50th anniversary
celebration,” said Connie Lawrence, CEO & General Manager of the Keystone Centre.
“It promises to be a fantastic evening of live music and celebration.

The live concert will kick off at 6:00 pm with performances from Boy Golden and
FONTINE, followed by Begonia taking the stage to headline. Attendees are encouraged
to bring lawn chairs or blankets to enjoy the music under the stars as bleacher seating
may be limited.

Don’t miss this special evening of live music and celebration at the Keystone Centre.
Admission is free, so mark your calendars for June 15th and join us for a night to
remember.