Celebrating Summer in the City

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Summer in the City packed the streets of Steinbach last weekend and organizers were excited by the turnout. For the first time, both headlining concerts, Absolute Queen and the Hunter Brothers, sold out, with about 1,500 people attending each show.

JORDAN ROSS / THE CARILLON J.J., Luke, and Brock Hunter—three fifths of the Hunter Brothers—rock out at the front of the stage during the band’s sold-out Saturday night headlining set at Summer in the City. Drummer Dusty and lead vocalist Ty round out the Juno Award-nominated band, which hails from Shaunavon, Sask. and has released four studio albums since forming in 2016. The crowd sang along to the band’s latest single, “Peace, Love & Country Music,” released a week before the festival.
GREG VANDERMEULEN / THE CARILLON Absolute Queen singer Martyn Jenkins rocks out.
GREG VANDERMEULEN / THE CARILLON Mitchell resident Swetlana Stang takes part in the Oil Still Life Paint Party hosted by Aleks Klemm as part of Artists in the City.
NICOLE BUFFIE / THE CARILLON A breakdance competition heats up Main Street Saturday afternoon.
NICOLE BUFFIE / THE CARILLON Citizenship judge Suzanne Carriere welcomes newcomers to Steinbach during a Saturday afternoon citizenship ceremony.
GREG VANDERMEULEN / THE CARILLON The McConnell Irish Dancers perform Friday in front of the Cultures stage.
GREG VANDERMEULEN / THE CARILLON Shanley Spence demonstrates hoop dancing on the Cultures in the City stage.
NICOLE BUFFIE / THE CARILLON A foam party in the kids’ area keeps youngsters happy throughout the weekend.
NICOLE BUFFIE / THE CARILLON Kaleigh Kasdorf and four-year-old Jamie nearly avoid a collision on the bumper cars Saturday.
NICOLE BUFFIE / THE CARILLON A trio of midway riders go ‘round and ‘round on the Sizzler Saturday afternoon.
NICOLE BUFFIE / THE CARILLON Amanda Peters, chief financial officer of Steinbach Credit Union, flips pancakes for hungry guests on Friday morning.
GREG VANDERMEULEN / THE CARILLON Illusionist Greg Wood shares his talent during Worship in the City on Sunday.
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