MU­SIC FOR ALL TASTES AT RIBFEST:

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The 2nd an­nual out­door Ribfest at the Liv­ing Sky Casino in Swift Cur­rent from Aug. 2-4 was a fam­ily friendly event with en­ter­tain­ment to go along with a meal from the cham­pion rib­bers. There was a bouncy cas­tle and other in­flat­a­bles for the chil­dren to en­joy and free mu­si­cal en­ter­tain­ment ev­ery day with a great line-up of live per­for­mances by artists to cater for all kinds of mu­si­cal tastes. ABOVE: Lead vo­cal­ist An­drés Dá­va­los and gui­tarist Cris­tian Ale­jan­dro Moya Sanchez of the Regina band Andino Suns on stage at Ribfest, Aug. 2. LEFT: Medicine Hat mu­si­cian Rob Hudec dis­plays his skill as a gui­tarist dur­ing his solo per­for­mance at Ribfest.

The An­dean folk group Andino Sons from Regina pro­vided a high-en­ergy per­for­mance at Ribfest, Aug. 2. Pic­tured are gui­tarist An­drés Palma and lead vo­cal­ist An­drés Dá­va­los.

Ed Doyle (at left, on up­right bass) and man­dolin player Gord Nodge of Swift Cur­rent's Billy Bock Quar­tet on stage at Ribfest, Aug. 3.

Fid­dler Dal­las Boyer plays Métis and old time fid­dle mu­sic at Ribfest, Aug. 2. He was ac­com­pa­nied by his fa­ther Phil on gui­tar.

Pho­tos by Matthew Lieben­berg

Saskatoon hip hop artist Eek­wol per­forms at Ribfest, Aug. 2.

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