The ‘Sky’s the Limit!’ concert is fast-approaching, and it’s not too late to get your tickets!
The event will take place on May 10th from 7:00pm-9:30pm at The TECH. Tickets are $5.00 per person or $20.00 a family, and all proceeds go towards supporting children’s mental health programs and services at Algoma Family Services (AFS).
The goal of the concert is to promote people to talk openly about mental health, specifically children’s mental health.
This is the 3rd annual “Sky’s the Limit!” concert.
Here is a sneak peak at some of the night’s performers…..
Collage will be making their second appearance at the ‘Sky’s the Limit’ concert.
Collage is comprised of Notre Dame du Sault grade eight students, and has been together for a year and a half. Members include Kimberley Levesque (bass), Nicole Ayotte (drums), Kiiana Casola (vocals and keys), Madeleine Rouleau (vocals), and Beatta Richards (vocals). They have performed at French cultural events in Sault Ste. Marie. The band plans on continuing their musical journey as they enter secondary school.
They describe their musical journey as “discovering the importance of mutual respect through communication and problem-solving.”
Dalton Povey and Chris Elgie are a recently formed duo of 24 year-olds, describing the importance of music in “helping them manage and deal with life experiences and emotions.” Povey said, “song lyrics are powerful in that they describe the artist’s personal experiences through song.”
They believe in the power of music, and never taking it for granted.
Lime is a band comprised of Korah C. & V.S. students who are members of the school band ‘Mustang Sally.’ Lime has been together as a band for over a year, and is currently comprised of the following members; Matty Schomogyi (vocals), Ava Nori (vocals), Tobias Chong (guitar), Ethan Bedley (bass)and Braiden Bryant (drums).
Lime wants to send the message, “everyone can succeed through hard work and dedication and supporting each other.”
Tianna Legacy is a talented 15 year-old singer-songwriter is a grade 9 St. Mary’s College student, who is making her second appearance at the ”Sky’s the Limit” concert. Tianna’s music has garnered attention from the Family Channel, OWL magazine, and the Canadian Race Relations Foundation.
Tianna believes strongly in the healing power of music for the mind, body, and soul. She is currently working on an EP of original music.
She is looking forward to sharing her musical messages through focusing on expressing how to be true to yourself and the person you want to become.
Bold Noize is a 19-year-old Christian hip-hop artists who has been recording and performing his music for four years. This is his third appearance at the “Sky’s the Limit” concert. He has performed at Christian music festivals and been featured on Christian radio. Bold Noize will be releasing his anticipated new album in June of this year. Bold Noize describes his mutual focus as, “faith-themed music to help people who are dealing with mental health and substance use problems.”
Electric Church is a band comprised of Spencer Bradley Pine (guitar and vocals), Elijah Jude Nielson (bass) and Beau Cooper Whitfield (drums). They have been performing for two and a half years and have worked hard to refine their brand of blues-based rock and roll. They have performed at local venues in Sault Ste. Marie and plan on releasing their first album in the coming year.
They describe their hope of “communicating positive messages regarding their First Nations heritage, as well as wishing to encourage others to express themselves in healthy ways through music.”
Tickets for the show are still available! See the poster below for more information.