Sioux Hudson Entertainment Series

"...passionate about bringing artists and audiences together"

All Shows 7:30 p.m.

Sioux North High School
86 Third Avenue North
Sioux Lookout, Ontario

Generously supported by local businesses and individuals.
For more information call
(807) 737-2174 or 737-1677

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Welcome to the Sioux Hudson Entertainment Series

Tickets are available online on Eventbrite with the link below, and at the door on concert night.

See Tickets page for more information (accessible through Tickets tab in navigation bar above).


Will become available prior to each show, so stay tuned..


Tickets also available at the door (CASH SALES ONLY) on concert night.



Sioux North High School
86 Third Avenue North
Sioux Lookout, Ontario


Access to all performances is through the front entrance of the school. There is a paved ramp for anyone using assistive devices, needs/prefers “stair free” mobilizing, located in the bus drop off area. Audience members requiring closer parking to assist with their access needs are invited to park in the bus circle, leaving the ramp entrance clear. All other audience members, please continue to use the designated school parking. 


COVID-19 Restrictions: None at this time. Will advise if needed.


Allison Lupton

Sunday, September 22, 2024 

Acclaimed singer-songwriter, flutist and multiple CFMA Traditional Singer of the Year nominee, Allison Lupton enchants listeners with story songs and tunes that take you away to another time. Allison is joined by her band of all-stars featuring Andrew Collins, Shane Cook, Joseph Phillips and Kyle Waymouth.

Allison Lupton Website

Tim Hicks

Friday, November 1, 2024

Tim Hicks is a Canadian country music singer-songwriter from St Catherines, Ontario. Inspired by Canadian summer nights sharing stories around a campfire, Hicks will be giving fans the unique opportunity to experience his music in the most intimate way with the Northern Ontario Campfire Troubadour Tour this fall.

Tim Hicks Website

Ian Sherwood

Tuesday, December 3, 2024

Guitar, saxophone, huge songwriting and a voice that won him a Canadian Folk Music Award for Contemporary Singer, Ian Sherwood Brings The Light to every stage he stands on. A born storyteller, his music dances the line between folk and pop.

Ian Sherwood Website


Tuesday, February 4, 2025

Aysanabee is a multi-instrumentalist, producer and singer
songwriter currently based in Toronto. He is Oji-Cree, Sucker Clan of the Sandy Lake First Nation. On Mar 23, 2024, Aysanabee made history as the first ever Indigenous Artist to win the JUNO Awards for Alternative Album of the Year and the coveted Songwriter of the year for Here and Now.

Aysanabee Website

Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre

Thursday, February 27, 2025

A high-energy musical whodunit, Murder for Two is a blend of a classic musical, a comedy and a murder mystery, where two actors play a dozen different characters and a piano. Settle in for this witty homage to old-fashioned murder mysteries.

Royal Manitoba Theatre Center Website

Dirty Catfish Brass Band

Thursday, March 20, 2025

Undeniably tight, yet reckless as hell, Dirty Catfish Brass Band deals in powerful phrasing and performances drenched with rhythm. Invoking the sounds of brass bands and funk ensembles, the collective dares to reimagine the streets of Winnipeg as a place that is hot, alive, and brimming with soul.

Dirty Catfish Brass Band Website

Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra

Tuesday, April 8, 2025

The Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra is the only fully professional orchestra between Toronto and Winnipeg. The TBSO performs a wide-ranging repertoire from the great classical masterworks to pops and children’s concerts.

Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra Website