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Story & Photos by Dan Davidson It was surprising to learn that there are people who don’t know about the Sunday Night Rule at the Dawson City Music Festival. Granted that the crowd on the dance floor was really enjoying … Continue reading
In this issue: coverage of the Yukon River Quest, the Gold Panning Championships, and our guide to the 2016 Dawson City Music Festival!
Story & Photos by Chris Healey
Check out the August 10 edition of the Klondike Sun for coverage of the 2016 Dawson City Music Festival, Moosehide Gathering, and Yukon Girls Rock Camp Showcase @ DCMF!
By Dan Davidson If you didn’t know that Larry Bagnell was fond of Dawson City, the name he and his wife, Melissa, gave to their son might give it away. His name is Dawson. “I’ve always been very committed to … Continue reading
Story & photos by Hélène Roth Playing the kazoo, wearing flashy pink clothes, dresses, sparkling jackets and sunglasses, “My Humps” from the Black eyed Peas begins and the band, backs to their audience, are beating the rhythm with their hands. … Continue reading
The Sojourners performing at the Palace Grand. Story & Photos By Dan Davidson One had to wonder if the closing tune chosen for the finale at the Dawson City Music Festival this year wasn’t sending the wrong message. Following the … Continue reading
For full coverage of the 33rd Dawson City Music Festival including feature interviews with musicians David Essig, Yukon Blonde, the Stampeders and more, check out our next issue available July 27th. For now, here’s a sneak peek of the festival … Continue reading
Story and Photo by Hannah Eden Moosehide Gathering preparations have officially begun with the latest edition to the three day feast – a bull moose. The moose was shot and killed by Ryan Peterson, Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Fish and Wildlife Steward … Continue reading
Story & photos by Dan Davidson Discovery Day, August 16, 1896, has different meanings for different people, depending on how it may have affected them. This was reflected in the speeches by community leaders that followed the parade on August … Continue reading