Global Saskatoon is proud to be a partner of the following events.

Saskatoon Exhibition

The Saskatoon Exhibition is back, August 6 – 8 & 11 – 15!  The President’s Choice SuperDogs are jumping for joy to be back at The Ex with their new show, Happy Together.  Enjoy fun for the whole family with four shows daily and stick around for Pat N’ Chat after each show to meet the SuperDogs themselves.

For more information on the Saskatoon Ex and the SuperDogs, visit

Saskatchewan Jazz Festival

The SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival is back, August 7th-15th, celebrating local and Canadian talent this year! The community-wide event will reach all corners of the province, featuring tons of activities from yoga to food experiences. 2021 headliners include The Sheepdogs with Wide Mouth Mason, The Washboard Union, Whitehorse, and the Saskatoon Jazz Orchestra presents Keyed of Life: The Music of Stevie Wonder. Come to the Bess Gardens for a reimagined and safe live music experience, host an amazing backyard livestream or catch a performance at your favourite local venue. 

For more information and to purchase tickets visit

Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan

Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan presented by Nutrien returns with Macbeth from July 23 to August 22.   Macbeth, a dark and stylized performance with 5 of Saskatchewan’s finest actors, takes the Bard’s deadliest tragedy to an unexpected level.

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READ Saskatoon PGI Golf Tournament for Literacy

The READ Saskatoon PGI Golf Tournament for Literacy is Monday, August 30 at the Saskatoon Golf and Country Club.  A full slate of golfers will play a round of golf and enjoy the awards program that recognizes those that bring literacy to life.

For more information and to register, visit

Synergy 8 Drive for Kids Campaign

The Synergy 8 Drive for Kids Campaign is August 31, featuring special guests Ethan Bear, Cody Fajardo and Wendel Clark.  The Drive for Kids Campaign is building a first of its kind Health Bus that will serve the 7 First Nation communities in Saskatoon’s Tribal Council.

For more information about the Drive for Kids Campaign and Health Bus visit