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Cupid’s Heart – Pick Me Up Tour – with Terraplane and Sunset Embassy

Cupid’s Heart returns to their city of genesis for the first show of their Pick Me Up tour, at the venue that started it all! See you at The Cure for an incredible night of music with Cupid’s Heart, Terraplane and Sunset Embassy as we kick off the Pick Me Up tour and set loose the single at midnight!

Cupid’s Heart:

A combination of the unruly and the refined- Cupid’s Heart uses cello, electric guitar, drum machine, and low female vocals in an exploration of alt-rock. Moody and dynamic, Cupid’s Heart weaves together an energizing, entrancing atmosphere. Previously described as “Chrissie Hynde Pretenders vibes with a pinch of Nirvana”, alternative rock fits them like a baggy sweater. Lyrically poetic, Cupid’s Heart expresses some of the complexities that go along with love and life, and does so from a queer female perspective. The pair are currently based in Prince Albert, SK. Their debut EP, Atrium, was released July 2023, a year that also saw the pair nominated for a SaskMusic Award.

Sunset Embassy:

Sunset Embassy kicks out urban prairie rock jams with sounds from the 80’s/90’s vibing on today’s feelings. These ambassadors of the setting sun surround you like the valley with hot summer guitar licks and dreamy cool evening echoes.

Sunset Embassy pulls inspiration from strong women and seeks to diversify the music scene in Saskatchewan and beyond. The band is fronted by two Indigenous women: Anishinabe guitar player and songwriter Jori Cachene (she/her), and Cree vocalist Sophie Littlechief Carteri (she/her), and is rounded out by three queer musicians: bassist Charity Marsh (she/her), keyboardist Jaecy Bells (she/her), and drummer Collette Parks (they/them).

Based in Treaty 4 Territory aka Regina, Saskatchewan, Sunset Embassy delivers music to dodge potholes to. Formed at GRR! music camp in 2019 out of dreams of forever.

Sunset Embassy has played at Regina Folk Fest, Cathedral Village Arts Festival, and has opened for Megan Nash, Dump Babes


Over six years and three albums, Terraplane has grown from a traditional delta blues band into an improvisational, genre-bending quintet. Featuring local metal legend, Troy Bleich, on bass and Colin Lynn on drums, Terraplane is rounded out by Levi, Ethan and Shane Reoch. If you love family bands—who doesn’t, really?—and easy listening local, live music, don’t miss this great Regina band.

Tickets $15 Advance $20 Door


Apr 25 2024


8:00 pm - 11:55 pm


$15 Advance, $20 Door

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The Cure Kitchen & Bar
2323 11th Ave, Regina, SK S4P 0K2, Canada
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