Manitoba Live Music Event

Open Mic Night

Tuesday, Nov 16, 2021, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
West End Cultural Centre
586 Ellice Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
Manitoba Music

Hip Hop


After some fantastic Manitoba Music virtual open mics nights over the past year and a bit, we're very excited for a return to the stage! Big thank you to the West End Cultural Centre for sharing their space with us. Meet us there with host Stun on Tuesday November 16 and bring your tunes!


Performer signup 6:30PM
Showtime 7PM
Two songs per performer
Bring your own instruments
No cover


Stun, is an award winning Canadian indigenous hip hop artist from Oxford House, Manitoba.

Over the years, he has shared the stage with artists such as: Crystal Shawanda, Hellnback, Leonard Sumner, Merkules, Illiano (of YSMG) and the formally known city sensation, "Winnipeg's Most".

With his 2017 release titled, “The Influence”, the hiphop-songwriter blossomed into the industry world with a very well driven perspective. Sharing stories of heartache and struggles, the project leaps into reality with a love speech of lyricism. With much intended songs like “Hold The Pride”, which charted in the top 10 on the Indigenous Music Countdown, the vessel brought upon a very refreshing sense of a concrete wilderness.

Moving forward, in 2019, Stun dropped his sophomore album, “Braided Up”. Which received the attention of many, gaining performances at great events like Festival du Voyageur.

In the year of 2020, Stun had been awarded, “Best New Talent”, for his self directed music video, “Play It Right” at the 1st Annual “Indigenous Screen Awards”, held by Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival.

While in good company, Stun was also nominated for, “Breakthrough Artist of the Year” at the 2021 International Indigenous Hiphop Awards.

His performance brings the vibe of the moment to life. With cleverly written punchlines and adjacent wordplay, Stun involves his own aspect of lyricism into the music. He is the inspirational role model for young indigenous men and boys. Displaying his ethnicity and culture to the full potential, while practising the general outlook of an indigenous being.

He's a Husband, A Father, A Powwow Dancer and say the least, A Hip hop Artist/Producer.

With nothing but genuine kindness, Stun is here to spread the knowledge,

From Nation to Nation...


The West End Cultural Centre believes a healthy community is at the heart of everything they do. In accordance with the Manitoba Government and Manitoba Health protocols - All performers, crew, staff, volunteers, and patrons must show proof of vaccination and photo ID before they can enter the venue. Face masks are required on all WECC premises. Please wear your mask when not seated at a table and/or when not drinking or eating. These practices are meant to keep all of us safe to enjoy all the art and music that Winnipeg has to offer.




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