The Southeast's original festival celebrating food, drink and music.
Savour the Southeast is the premier event of the spring in Southeast Saskatchewan. Alcohol and Food Vendors from across the province travel to Estevan to showcase their best products. From micro distilleries and independent restaurants to major brands and franchises, Savour the Southeast is a common meeting place for individuals to sample and savour the many products available to them.
This event is a true celebration of what our great province produces and has available. Offset with the musical stylings of some of the province's most well known and up-and-coming musicians, Savour is an opportunity for everyone to enjoy an evening of great Saskatchewan-made music, food, and spirits.
The evening ends with a large cabaret. Some of the samplings will still be available during the cabaret so you can keep tasting while you enjoy the toe-tapping, leg-kicking bands!. We hope you are able to join us and savour this truly prairie event!
Vendors are being added daily so keep watching this space to see whose food and drinks you'll be sampling.
Join us on Saturday, May 13, 2017 in Estevan, SK at Affinity Place. Guaranteed to be a great time!
Here are a few things to make your festival more enjoyable.
- Doors open at 7 pm on Saturday night.
- This is a NO MINORS event.
- Sampling is by token system only. Books of 10 tickets can be purchased for $10. Sample pricing is at the discretion of the vendor and will vary.
- Wine and liquor lovers - Don't worry we have you covered! The festival will include some great wines and liquors.
- Ample free parking is available.
- There is an ATM on site. Avoid line-ups by bringing cash.
- The festival features "Best of Show". Vote for your favourite vendor at their booth.
All proceeds from Savour the Southeast are going to the Estevan Kinsmen & Kinnettes.
Saturday May 13, 2017
7 pm Doors Open
7-11 pm Tasting
11- 2 am Cabaret
Savour the Southeast will feature Saskatchewan artists Private Drive, The Pistolwhips and Brody Siebert. Dancing is encouraged!
Brody Siebert is well on his way to proving he is a part of the new crop of country artists on the rise in Canadian country music.
Born and raised in the small farming community of Spiritwood, Saskatchewan, Brody grew up in a family full of musical talent. He grew up being heavily influenced by older brother Riley, as well as the greats such as Waylon Jennings and Garth Brooks.
Brody flew down to Nashville in November 2014 where he recorded three songs with fellow Canadian Aaron Goodvin. The first two single releases “Lay it On Me Tonight” and “Back In Mine” hit Top 65 status on Mediabase Canada.
Coming from a family of musical talent, Siebert has worked hard to be the musician he is today. He began learning guitar at 15, and singing came just as natural. His love for writing songs is where his passion lies and is something that speaks true to the artist that Brody is. In the short time he’s been on the scene, Brody has played Craven Country Jamboree, Carlton Trail Jamboree, Country at The Creek and has opened for the likes of Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Aaron Pritchett.
With an album out in 2015, Brody Siebert is an artist who knows who he is and represents a true rural background and roots that make him country to the core.
The Pistolwhips are a blues-infused indie rock band from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The quartet is comprised of frontman Rylan Schultz, guitarist Paul Kuzbik, bass guitarist Zach Davies, and drummer Tallus Scott. The Pistolwhips combine upbeat indie rock tunes with old school blues licks and a dose of psychedelia to create a sound that is dynamic and captivating. In a relatively short period of time, The Pistolwhips have performed across Canada at a number of festivals such as Canadian Music Week, JUNOfest, The Sasktel Jazz Festival, MOSOfest, The Red Bull Sound Stage, Sasktel Summer Invasion, and Winnipeg’s Prairie Barge Festival. The Pistolwhips made their first trip overseas to perform a string of shows in London, England in October of 2014. The band’s powerful stage presence combined with their epic live performances and huge local following has led to some hailing them as a “local super group”.
The Pistolwhips have shared the stage with Yukon Blonde, The Sheepdogs, Monster Truck, One Bad Son, Dragonette, Bend Sinister, The Deep Dark Woods, and 36!. The Pistolwhips continue to be road warriors. In February of 2015 they embarked on their biggest tour of Western Canada to date, including a performance at Vancouver’s Media Club and a show with fellow Saskatchewan band Close Talker in Kelowna. They are currently in Toronto laying down new tracks and working on a new album! These guys will take the stage from 9-11!
Private Drive is a group of young guys from Weyburn who know how to play music! They are tearing up the 94.5 Jack FM cover competition in Regina currently and have had many other success along the way! You name it, they can play it. Whether it's rock, blues or country they nail it everytime. They will be our opening band from 7-9 at Savour! Don't be late!
Tickets are now available online and at Henders. The advance price is the same online or at Henders. No service charge will be added if you buy your tickets online, saving you money to buy more vendor tickets.
Advance tickets - $35
At the door - $45
All ticket sales are final.
As always, our committee is grateful to live in the generous area that we live in. If you would to like to sponsor or donate to Savour the Southeast please look at the current sponsorship opportunities.
Main Stage Sponsor
End your Savour weekend by grabbing a delicious meal at Blackbeard's Restaurant!