Aqua to perform at First Nations Pavillion at Artfest Kingston!

Métis woman of Ojibwe decent and cultural activist and singer, Nibii Waawaaskone, will be performing at Artfest Kingston this Canada Day long weekend.  Come celebrate Canada 150 at the First Nations Pavillion and enjoy listening to Agua Music performed by drummer and songwriter also known as Nibii Waawaaskone (Water Flower).

Aqua crafts music reflecting her deep respect for Indigenous traditions, and determination to thrive as an artist, Métis woman of Ojibwe decent and cultural activist in a contemporary context

Visit Aqua's website - and see you at the show! 

Aqua is an artist who is devoted to the integrity of her work and truly believes what Métis leader Louis Riel once said, “My people will sleep for one hundred years, but when they awake, it will be the artists who give them their spirit back.”

Aqua is as committed to her individual expression and evolution as she is to giving back and sharing with others. Nibii Waawaaskone works to empower youth and women, is a longstanding facilitator of community drum circles, a partner with several Indigenous organizations, regularly collaborates with likeminded artists, and facilitates cultural workshops across Ontario.


Posted on June 5, 2017 and filed under Artfest Music.