On June 23, APTN's Indigenous Day Live will celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day with live concerts in Winnipeg, Ottawa and Toronto. Meet the performers here.

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A front-row look at Aboriginal Day Live 2017 in Winnipeg, featuring Burnt-Project 1, Daniel Roa, the Asham Stompers, Nelson Tagoona, Neon Dreams, and Nelly Furtado.

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A front row look at Aboriginal Day Live 2017 in Winnipeg, featuring Burnt-Project 1, Daniel Roa, Nelson Tagoona, Asham Stompers, Neon Dreams, and headliner Nelly Furtado.

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In addition to mainstream headliners like Nelly Furtado, Daniel Lanois, Digging Roots, Classified, Taboo and Lightning Cloud, the celebration will feature sunrise ceremonies, round dances, multi-language entertainment and the first ever Inuit throat-singing choir.

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A look back at the 10th anniversary of Aboriginal Day Live, featuring performances by Kristi Lane Sinclair, Ghostkeeper, Elisapie, Genevieve Fisher, Joey Stylez, Carsen Gray, Dragonette, Boogey the Beat, A Tribe Called Red, Lido Pimienta, the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra and the one-and-only Buffy Sainte-Marie.

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A look back at the 10th anniversary celebration of Aboriginal Day Live featuring Kristi Lane Sinclair, Ghostkeeper, Elisapie, Genevieve Fisher, Joey Stylez, Carsen Gray, Dragonette, A Tribe Called Red, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra and the one-and-only Buffy Sainte-Marie.

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From a modest one-hour show in an inner-city courtyard to a multi-stage concert with more than a million viewers annually, APTN's Aboriginal Day Live has become Canada's preeminent celebration of National Aboriginal Day. In this exclusive feature, Mike Bone, Lightning Cloud and others wish APTN and Aboriginal Day Live a happy 10th anniversary.

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Saturday, June 25 marks the 10th anniversary of Aboriginal Day Live, and APTN is celebrating with its most star-studded lineup to date. Meet the full slate of main-stage performers here.

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In an industry that has traditionally kept Indigenous musicians on the margins of the mainstream, artists from around the world – and across all genres – took 2015 as an opportunity to break down barriers and make their voices heard.

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