Entertainment lineup announced for 2018 Mastercard Memorial Cup celebration zone


The 2018 Mastercard Memorial Cup Host Committee, together with the Canadian Hockey League (CHL), have announced an impressive line-up of entertainers, scheduled to perform at the
Celebration Zone; the featured daily entertainment venue at the upcoming 100th anniversary edition of the Mastercard Memorial Cup – Canada’s iconic junior hockey championship event.

“We are delighted to announce these top-tier entertainers,” says Shaun Semple, Chair of Regina’s Host Committee. “Our production team has worked very hard to ensure that everyone has something exciting to see and do at the Celebration Zone. It is going to be an absolute must-see for hockey fans – definitely the biggest party in Regina!”

More than twenty acts will perform on the Celebration Zone stage during the ten-day celebration, including:

Friday, May 18
6:00pm Captain Tractor –
10:00pm Montreal Rhapsody Orchestra –

Saturday, May 19
4:30pm Alex Runions –
5:45pm JJ Shiplet –
7:00pm Jack Semple –
9:00pm Emerson Drive –

Sunday, May 20
3:00pm Big Bad Storm –
7:00pm Sheepdogs –

Monday, May 21
4:30pm Ragged Edge –
8:30pm Wonderland –

Tuesday, May 22
6:00pm FogDog –

Wednesday, May 23
6:00pm The Johnny McCuaig Band –

Friday, May 25
6:00pm Method 2 Madness –
10:30pm Loverboy –

Saturday, May 26
6:30pm Leaving Thomas –
7:30pm David James –
9:00pm Paul Brandt –

Sunday, May 27 3:30pm
The Dead South –

The Centennial Celebration Zone will be located at the EventPlex at Evraz Place and will be open daily during all Mastercard Memorial Cup activities from May 18-27th, with all ages welcome until 9:00pm. The venue will feature a large dance floor and performance stage, Mastercard Memorial Cup hockey highlights and entertainment on the big screen, food and beverage service, event merchandise for sale and much more.

2018 Memorial Cup ticket package-holders can purchase a ten-day Centennial Celebration Zone pass for only $49 while the cost for non-package-holders will be just $99. Passes are on sale now and are available at

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