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Hotel Blog

January
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Saskatoon is a spectacular sight during the winter months. The freezing temperatures don't necessarily hinder fun. There's just a new set of activities and events that take the place of summer ones, such as skating, skiing, showshoeing, or snowboarding. However, there will always be great entertainment, four seasons out of the year in our vibrant city. Find about upcoming shows and performances in February!


RAM MOTORSPORT SPECTACULAR

SATURDAY, SATURDAY, SATURDAY and SUNDAY, SUNDAY, SUNDAY – catch the RAM Motorsport Spectacular at Sasktel Centre for the ultimate in monster truck madness! Enormous behemoth machines will compete to crush as many cars as possible, while high-flying motocross riders will race to the finish line while barely touching the ground. Stay on the edge of your seat watching some truly amazing death-defying stunts. Tickets are $27.50 for adults, $22.50 for students and $17.50 for kids 12 years and under. Get ready for pure diesel and adrenaline this February 15 and 16! 
 

PAW PATROL LIVE

If you don’t know Paw Patrol, then… honestly, you don’t need to. But if you DO know Paw Patrol, you know that your kids will love seeing this live stage production, based on the popular CGI-animated series, at TCU Place on February 15 and 16! This spectacular adventure puts Ryder and the pups on the trail of a pirate treasure hunt in a family-friendly show that kids everywhere will adore! 
 

ALAN DOYLE

As the principle songwriter of the Canadian folk-rock group Great Big Sea, Alan Doyle brought East Coast music to the masses, writing infectiously fun melodies with mile-wide hooks that had audiences singing along and stomping their feet. Epitomizing the raucous tradition of the “kitchen party,” Doyle’s music brings people together and always leads them to a great time. See him on his solo tour this February 22 at TCU Place in Saskatoon!
 

THE HARPOONIST & THE AXE MURDERER

This Vancouver-based duo have been turning heads for nearly a decade now with their blues-infused, slow burning rock sound. Imagine a slightly more downbeat Black Keys and you’re on the right track. Armed with harmonicas, foot percussion and a Telecaster, they play deep, dark rock and roll that makes people lock into a groove on the dance floor. This energetic pair is playing at the Capitol Music Club on Saturday, February 29 here in Saskatoon! Celebrate this leap year with good friends, listening to some great raw and gritty blues!

Saskatoon is not idle in the middle of the winter. Although it's a picturesque scene of the prairies blanketed in pure white snow, it's also a hub of activity with a host of wonderful entertainment scheduled for February. When you visit, book a room or suite at the Home Inn Saskatoon South for incomparable accommodations in Saskatoon! You'll find superb amenities including premium quality bedding, stylish furnishings, 42-inch TVs, convenient kitchen appliances, and free high-speed Wi-Fi. For a truly unique stay experience, inquire about our Back-in-Time Theme Room.