Secret shows surprise customers and fans around Saskatoon
Secret shows popped up in businesses around Saskatoon all day Saturday.
As a part of the MoSoFest music festival, performers played on rooftops, storefronts, and between clothing racks all over the city.
The Broadway Shoe Repair filled their front window with a performance by musician Snailhouse.
"I thought it was a really great opportunity, not only for the artist but also for the business to get a bit of exposure. We have gotten some people in here that we wouldn't normally see," said Katie Monahan, Broadway Shoe Repair employee.
Fans and customers stopped to enjoy the music. Monahan said the unique idea to combine retailers and music seemed to be very successful.
"I'm excited to see where this goes from here. Hopefully next year it is bigger and better but it is pretty good this year so far," she said.
Other shows were Andy Shauf at the Luna and Hill store and Shootgun Jimmie at the Yard n' Flagon.
MoSoFest is part of mobile and social conference which has brought more than 50 bands to seven different venues in the city.
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