Mimi O’Bonsawin & Noelle Frances

Northern British Columbia
January – February 2024

Northern British Columbia
January – February 2024

Thurs January 25  Prince George BC
Fri January 26  Chetwynd BC
Sat January 27  Tumbler Ridge BC
Sun January 28  Dawson Creek BC
Tues January 30  Mackenzie BC
Wed January 31  Miworth BC
Thurs February 1  Fraser Lake BC
Fri February 2  Hazelton BC
Sat February 3  Prince Rupert BC
Sun February 4  Terrace BC
Tues February 6  Smithers BC
Wed February 7  Vanderhoof BC

Mimi O’BonSAwin

Mimi O’Bonsawin is a contemporary roots singer-songwriter hailing from Northeastern Ontario. With her Franco-Ontarian and Abenaki roots, O’Bonsawin creates rhythm and story-driven songs that embrace the beauty of the land—a process that she describes as being akin to growing food.

O’Bonsawin’s latest album, Willow, is genuine and rooted—drawing inspiration from the land, and emphasizing real and live-recorded instruments. Elle danse (2020), her self-produced French EP, earned nominations at the Trille Or Awards and recognition on ELMNT FM’s top 10 Best Albums of 2020.

Noelle Frances

Noelle Frances is a folk singer-songwriter based in Deshkan Ziibi/London, Ontario. Frances, part of the internationally touring band The Pairs and a solo performer, has a deep musical understanding fostered through years of choir and orchestra training.

Having opened for acts like Irish Mythen and Kellie Loder, Frances infuses simplicity, honesty, and deep emotion into her folk music. With The Pairs, she has graced iconic folk festivals like Mariposa, Summerfolk, Hillside, Calgary Folk Fest, and more. Frances’ performances are a blend of lighthearted banter and emotionally charged, uplifting songs that delve into the angst and beauty of life.

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Home Routes / Chemin Chez Nous
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Home Routes / Chemin Chez Nous acknowledges that we operate on the traditional lands of the Anishinaabe, Ininew and Dakota peoples, and on the homeland of the Metis nation. We have produced thousands of concerts across Canada, a land home to well over 600 First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities.