Winter has already graced us with its presence, but thankfully it looks like we will have a bit of time before it comes back for good. October is a month full of family and fun from Thanksgiving to Halloween. There is also so much to see and do in around Regina this month.
Event Highlight - Rock the Rink Tour
When - October 18th at 7:30pm.
Where - Brandt Centre
What - This is an on ice entertainment experience that highlights the world’s best figure skaters in an environment that appeals to all your senses. By integrating live music along with cutting edge sound, lighting, video, and special effects you will be singing and dancing the night away. This is your chance to say farewell to Canada’s sweethearts Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir.
Concerts and Performances In Regina
(October 1-6) Chicago. Chicago tells the storey of Roxie Hart that is based on real-life murders and it is set amidst the razzle dazzle of the 1920s. It is loaded with show-stopping songs and breath taking choreography. Show starts at 7:30pm on weekdays with a 2pm matinee on the weekends and an 8pm start on Saturday and Sunday. (Globe Theatre).
(October 3) Sawyer Brown. For more than 25 years Sawyer Brown has remained a band that you can count on. Show starts at 8pm. (Casino Regina).
(October 4) RUPAUL’S DRAG RACE: Were the World Tour 2019. The official RuPaul’s Drag Race World Tour returns with an all new production. Performers include: Michelle Visage, Aquaria, Kameron Michaels, Kim Chi, and many more. Show starts at 8pm. (Conexus Arts Centre).
(October 5) A Tribute to Grease. This show features a super cast and a repertoire that covers the greatest songs of the 50s and 60s. Show starts at 8pm. (Casino Regina).
(October 6) The Watchman. The Watchman are a four piece rock and roll band from Winnipeg Manitoba. Their hits include “Cracked” and “Run and Hide”. The show starts at 8pm. (Casino Regina).
(October 10). World of Dance Live. Come out and see the winners of World of Dance - The Kings. There are two shows with the first starting at 4pm and the second at 8pm. (Conexus Arts Centre).
(October 12) Kick Axe and the Killer Dwarfs. Kick Axe began touring with the likes of Judas Priest and Whitesnake. Their second single “Heavy Metal Shuffle” became radio hit. Show starts at 8pm. (Casino Regina).
(October 18) The Wailers. The legendary Wailers continue their quest to bring reggae to the forefront of the World’s stage. Show starts at 8pm. (Casino Regina).
(October 19) Jeremy Dutcher with the Regina Symphony Orchestra. Juno award winner Jeremy Dutcher’s music shape-shifts between classical and traditional, between operatic power and the tuneful melodies of his Wolastoq First Nation. Show starts at 7:30pm. (Conexus Arts Centre).
(October 19) Lee Greenwood. Lee Greenwood is an icon in country music with more than 30 albums to his credit and 25 #1 songs. Show starts at 8pm. (Casino Regina).
(October 24) The Divas Tribute: Tina, Donna, and the Supremes. Karen Dumont is widely-regarded as the #1 Tina Turner, Donna Summer ad Dianna Ross look-alike and voice impersonator in the world. Show starts at 8pm. (Conexus Arts Centre).
(October 25) The New Montagues. Having sold out private as well as large public shows through out the last number of the years, The New Montagues continue to power forward with their high energy, multi-award winning group of musicians. The show starts at 8pm. (Casino Regina).
(October 26) Dvorak and Brohms. Jonathon Crow, concertmaster for the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, make his RSO debut. Show starts at 7:30pm. (Conexus Arts Centre).
(October 28 - November 1) The Trial of Louis Riel. This play is based on the transcripts of the famous trial in 1885 of Louis Riel in Regina, SK. Show starts at 1pm. (Royal Saskatchewan Museum).
Food + Drink Events in Regina
(October 4, 5, 11, 12) Supper in the Orchard. Every Friday and Saturday starting in May a different local chef will create a multi-course supper using mainly ingredients from local farms and our orchard. Most of the proceeds goes back to the Culinary Federation which sends their members to locations around the world for training and for competitions. The evening starts on the outdoor patio (weather permitting) where you can enjoy a glass of wine or non-alcoholic beverage, and enjoy the outdoors and beautiful view of the valley. The night starts at 6pm. (Over the Hill Orchards and Winery, Lumsden).
Sports, Recreation, and Leisure Events in Regina
(October 4) Regina Pats vs Medicine Hat Tigers. Watch our WHL Pats take on the Tigers. Game starts at 7pm. (Brandt Centre).
(October 5) Saskatchewan Roughriders vs Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Watch the Riders take on the Bombers in their final meeting of the season. Game starts at 5pm. (Mosaic Stadium).
(October 5 - 6) The Regina Strength Festival. Not only will this event host the largest amateur strongman show in Canadian history, but it will also be a showcase of the growing list of other sports. (International Trade Center at Evraz Place).
(October 6) CIBC Run for the Cure. The Tourney Group Ta-Tas are participating in the CIBC Run for the Cure where all money raised goes towards breast cancer research. The run starts at 10am (Canada Games Athletic Complex at Douglas Park).
(October 8) Regina Pats vs Edmonton Oil Kings. Watch our WHL Pats take on the Oil Kings. Game starts at 7pm. (Brandt Centre).
(October 12) Regina Pats vs Vancouver Giants. Watch our WHL Pats take on the Giants. Games starts at 7pm. (Brandt Centre).
(October 13) Regina Pats vs Lethbridge Hurricanes. Watch our WHL Pats take on the Hurricanes. Games starts at 4pm. (Brandt Centre).
(October 26) 2019 NHL Heritage Classic, Calgary Flames vs Winnipeg Jets. This is the first time Regina is holding a Heritage Classic game. This outdoor game will take place in Mosaic Stadium. The games starts at 8pm. (Mosaic Stadium).
(October 27) Regina Pats vs Calgary Hitmen. Watch our WHL Pats take on the Hitmen in an outdoor games as part of the Tim Hortons Heritage Classic Week. Games starts at 2pm. (Mosaic Stadium).
Family Events in Regina
(October 2, 5, 12, 19, 26) Regina Farmer’s Market. Enjoy a lovely morning outdoors in the City Square Plaza downtown Regina. Check out a variety of vendors including individuals and businesses that make, bake, grow, or design their products right here in Saskatchewan. Watch downtown Regina come alive with the hustle and bustle or locals and visitors enjoying fresh local products! (City Square Plaza - Downtown).
(October 5, 12, 19, 26) Centennial Market. Indoor market located in the heart of the Warehouse District with over a hundred vendors. (1230 Broad Street).
(October 19) Wascana Spooktacular. Enjoy a free Halloween Nature Program including haunted houses, dissection, spooky discoveries, creepy games, and crafts. Costumes are encourages. Events starts at 12pm. (Wascana Place).
(October 30) Bump in the Night. Come out and celebrate Halloween with Government House at the Bump in the Night event. The family friendly evening features tours, activities, and games for all ages. Event starts at 5:30pm. (Government House).
Adult Events in Regina
(October 2) Cheech and Chong’s O Cannabis Tour. Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong have been entertaining fans for more than four decades and are ready to celebrate recent updates to Canadian legislation with their new O Cannabis Tour. Show starts at 8pm. (Conexus Arts Centre).
(October 4 - 6) Regina Wellness Expo 2019. For the past 25 years this expo has assembled unique products, services, and practitioners from across Canada and the USA who focus on educating and motivating people to be proactive in their health as opposed to relying on the traditional reactive health care system. (Conexus Arts Centre).
(October 5) They Synergy Tour. This tour has been created by four innovative woman who want to share their passions, knowledge, journey, and aspiration. Doors open at 10am. (Delta Hotel).
(October 25) Halloween Cabaret Fundraiser. The RCMP Heritage Centre is existed to host their Halloween Cabaret Fundraiser in support of the Heritage Centre as a non-profit in sharing the story of the RCMP. This is a 19+ event that includes appetizer, access to a haunted house, escape room and much more. The event starts at 7pm. (The RCMP Heritage Centre).