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Shania Twain Performs Electric Concert Before Oilers-Panthers Stanley Cup Final Game

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Canadian music icon Shania Twain mesmerized fans with an electrifying concert just before the crucial Game 4 of the OilersPanthers Stanley Cup Final at the Ice District.

The doors to the arena opened with anticipation just 30 minutes before the highly anticipated game, creating an electric atmosphere in the area.

22 years since her iconic performance at the Grey Cup in Commonwealth, Twain returned to Edmonton to pump up the crowd with her legendary hits and undeniable stage presence.

Meanwhile, at The Backyard, the electro-folk duo Moontricks took the stage for a post-game performance that left spectators in awe.

The duo’s unique blend of country, electronic, and folk music captivated the audience, setting the stage for a night to remember.

The lineup also featured other talented artists including Nathan Gurley, Sean Rodman, Leo Martinez, Acorn, OddBear, The Spclst, Ten-O, and Uncle Jessie, ensuring a diverse and entertaining musical experience for attendees.

For art and music enthusiasts, Collins Studio Gallery hosted an eclectic fundraiser featuring performances by Johnny Bordeaux, Wayne DeFehr, D.N.E., Paula Eve Kirman, Will Northlich-Redmond, and Daniel Villalobos.

The fundraiser showcased a range of talents, from theremin performances to electropop and folk music, providing a unique and enriching experience for all in attendance.

Rachel Adams

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