Etienne Fletcher Music



Étienne Fletcher, former member of the band Indigo Joseph, is recognized for receiving the PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD and SONGWRITER’S AWARD at NOUVELLE SCENE and CHANT’OUEST in 2015. In his new self-titled project he brings together his French and English roots. Accompanied by his guitarist Sean McCannell and drummer Gaelan Malloy, he creates a high energy show with genres ranging from rock, blues, folk, pop and dance music. The project strives for each show to bring variety, connection and memorable experiences.


December 8, 2016 The Dead South w/ Étienne Fletcher


The Dead South releasing their new album "Illusion and Doubt" in Saskatoon, with guest Étienne Fletcher

Aug. 6, 2016 Regina Folk Festival

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This festival is a much anticipated and immense celebration of music and community. Held annually in Victoria Park, Regina, SK.

July 30, 2016 Farm Fest

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FarmFest is a happening to truly bridge cultural and linguistic gaps with high energy performers! Held annually in Willow Bunch, SK.

July 23, 2016 Gateway Music Festival

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The Gateway Festival provides an opportunity for people to discover new and diverse artistic experiences in a festival format. Held in annually in Bengough, SK. 

July 16, 2016 Ness Creek Music Festival

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Join over 4000 people in the forests of Northern Saskatchewan. Be part of a tent-city community and enjoy indie, roots and folk music from across the globe. Held annually near Nesslin Lake, SK.

July 1, 2016 Fête Fransaskoise

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The Fête Fransaskoise festival brings together artisans and performers from Saskatchewan, the prairie provinces and headliners from across Canada! Held annually near Saskatoon, SK.

May 23, 2016 Cathedral Village Arts Festival

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The Cathedral Village Arts Festival is a celebration of the arts, life and the spirit of community. Held annually in Regina, SK.

March 17, 2016 Zachary Richard with Étienne Fletcher

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A benefit concert in support of the francophone newspaper l’Eau vive. Held at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum in Regina, SK.


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