Awakening: First Blossoms / Spring Equinox   

sun27mar7:00 pm Tsun11:30 pm TAwakening: First Blossoms / Spring Equinox   A 2RMX Movable Feast Event


(Sunday) 7:00 pm T - 11:30 pm T View in my time

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FREE 2 Rivers Remix Movable Feast of Contemporary Indigenous Culture unfolds in snpintktn (aka Penticton) on March 27 2022 – LIVE/Streamed both in-person and online.

On March 27th @ 7-11 pm PST, 2 Rivers Remix (2RMX), in collaboration with snpintktn’s exciting new Ignite the Arts Festival, will present a line up of contemporary Indigenous arts and music to present ‘Awakening: First Blossoms / Spring Equinox’, the first event of 2RMX’s Movable Feast live/streaming series in 2022. The event is FREE but physical seating is limited so please pre-register if you want to attend in person at:

2RMX and Ignite want to acknowledge the two-year-long sleep we have all experienced, and the awakening that entails.  This special line up of artists will dust off the cobwebs and sweep up the star dust of hibernation, honouring the special time of new life being born, the time when we start to nibble on the new fresh shoots sprouting up, the time of cleansing and getting ready for the new year that is now well on its way.  If you have been feeling behind, or needing a lift, this series of performances for one night only may be just what is needed to raise the spirit and fill the vessel!


Indigenous Artists for this Event!

  • Curtis Clear Sky and the Constellationz

    Curtis Clear Sky and the Constellationz

    [Blackfoot/Anishinabe/ Maori/Guarani]

    Curtis Clear Sky and the Constellationz captivate audiences with their funky rhythms, thundering percussion, blasting horns, soulful harmonies with empowering lyrics that gratify your soul. Their highly-engaging performance will make you “bump with the booming blasting blare”, “you’ll be moving your feet like you don‘t care”. You can find Curtis Clear Sky and the Constellationz latest album Indigifunk that features Juno Award winning Mohawk Bluesman Murray Porter on their single “Turtle Island”. Indigifunk is available on all digital streaming platforms including Spotify and Apple music. In 2020 Curtis Clear Sky and the Constellationz are developing a new album with super talented Indigenous musician Beaver Thomas and they will highlight news songs at the upcoming 2 Rivers Remix Virtual Feast show.

    [Blackfoot/Anishinabe/ Maori/Guarani]

  • Devyn Destinee

    Devyn Destinee


    Alternative Country singer settled in her roots on her traditional lands located in Vernon Okanagan BC on the unceeded territories of the Syilx Nation.

    Devyn is a mother, wife, animal rescuer, photoshoot creative director, podcast host and psychic. Raised in the country way of life Devyn found joy and good medicine writing songs and singing infront of crowds while performing with Wicked Stone, and alternative rock cover band. She sings the national anthem at rodeos and other events and has performed and collaborated with a variety of artists from all different genres writing hooks and assisting with writing lyrics. Inspired by her very creative family Devyn now pursues her career in music again. Her Papa Marcel was a traveling performer and Auntie Mariel is an actress and activist who helped Devyn along the path to work with community and become involved in the Indigenous Media Industry.

    As a retired actress and previous Rodeo Queen Devyn became more involved in volunteering time towards Indigenous afterschool youth and womens programs which lead her to becoming a creative director organizing photoshoots to empower women.


  • Mariel Belanger

    Mariel Belanger


    Mariel Belanger has spent the last 30 years devising a life through artistic practice and digital media. Mariel’s resume is filled with Sqilxw ‘of the land’ self-directed digital performance art to revise history. As a current scholarship sponsored PhD student at Queens University in Sqilxw worlding, Mariel developed a keen understanding of Indigenous perspective by living on her reserve and honed it through artistic embodiment in her UBCO MFA research creation. Focusing on Indigenous Performance Theory, Mariel was awarded Outstanding Indigenous Student in 2018 at the International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry by the Indigenous Inquiry Circle through her revisionist history through concrete photography, performance, and video projection instillation.


  • Rich & Beka

    Rich & Beka

    [Tsilhqot’in/ Secwepemc]

    Grounded in poetry, rap and melody, Rich n Beka are like fire and water, masculine and
    feminine elements of nature coming together in harmony. Their artistic partnership goes
    back six years, and bridges life and love – they’re engaged to be married and have a
    beautiful daughter together. Both share in the culture of the Tsilhqot’in Nation, Beka (Rebecca Solomon)
    from Xeni Gwet’in and Rich (Richard MacDonald) from Tletinq’ox, West of Williams Lake, BC.
    Rich n Beka carry the power of story, family, and community in their music. Rising up
    from the Tsilhqot’in, their music ignites the passion and presence of healing and
    resilience, the light of hope that shines when cycles of oppression are overcome.
    Unapologetic and powerful, there’s a fierce flow of Earth’s medicine through their song


    [Tsilhqot’in/ Secwepemc]

  • The Melawmen Collective

    The Melawmen Collective

    [Secwepemc/ Nuu-Chah-Nulth/ Nlaka’pamux]

    A contemporary Indigenous alternative fusion woven together with elements of hip/trip-hop, rock/folk, righteous rhymes and rich harmonies, carried through with experience, manifestation, and visions of intergenerational stories of pain and healing. The Melawmen Collective brings a uniqueness to their sound like no other, drawing in a wide variety of listeners through sharing their own journeys of life through their musical evolution together. ‘Melawmen’ means medicine in the Secwepemc language, and the unceded territory of the Secwepemc People in what is now known as BC, is where co-founders Meeka Morgan (vocals, Secwepemc/Nuu-Chah-Nulth), Rob Hall (Vocals, Ghengis Ghandi’s, Ashcroft), Geo Ignace aka Geo The Voice (Vocals, Secwepemc/Cree), and Kiva Morgan-Hall (Vocals, Secwepemc/Nuu-Chah-Nulth), continue to grow. The collective is honoured to be joined by Cass Gregg (Bass, Tŝilhqot’in) and Victor Laso (Drums, Republic of Chile).


    [Secwepemc/ Nuu-Chah-Nulth/ Nlaka’pamux]

  • Ullus Collective

    Ullus Collective


    ULLUS is a word translated from the Syilx Language and is translated as “a gathering of people for a common purpose” and represents the necessary cohesion of artists to advance the Indigenous arts to mainstream audiences.
    ULLUS originated in 1982 under the Okanagan Tribal Council as the Okanagan Indian Curriculum Project and produced two short dramatic features films, “First People” (1982) and “First Contact” (1983). The Okanagan Indian Curriculum Project provided media arts training through the productions of video and audio recording, allowing participants the opportunity to both experience hands on training in broadcasting for film and television and audio recording industries and became the foundation for the collective’s beginnings. ULLUS Collective established itself as the video production company and Nak’ulamn Productions produced audio cassette recordings and tapes and eventually radio of live events and gatherings within the Southern Interior of BC.
    Forty years later, ULLUS is a collective of professional Indigenous artists supporting the creation, development and dissemination of Indigenous art, practices and disciplines to both Aboriginal and non- Aboriginal audiences.




2 Rivers Remix Society

2 Rivers Remix Society is the instigator and organiser of The 2 Rivers Remix (2RMX), an annual 3-day Feast of contemporary Indigenous Music and Culture. Since its incorporation in 2018 2RMX was hosted by the Nlaka’pamux Nation in Tl’kemtsin/Lytton, BC, until the devastating fire that incinerated most of our host community in 2021. In 2022, 2 Rivers Remix Society evolved towards a decentralised, Indigenised feast model called the "Movable Feast", that brings a series of contemporary Indigenous music and culture events direct to multiple small indigenous communities across BC.

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