Music N Mavens at the Rady JCC brings a little bit of everything to the afternoon concert series. Thus far, audiences have heard the sounds of a clarinet duo, a solo harp, talented trios, brass band and more. 

On Tuesday afternoon, in the second-to-last concert, Music N Mavens welcomes Indian City.

Over the last decade, the Juno-nominated folk pop collective has shared Indigenous culture and spirit through dynamic lyrics and music, under the leadership of the visionary Vince Fontaine. At the start of this year, on January 11, Fontaine suddenly passed away at the age of 62 — and this concert, will be one of the first for the band since his passing. 

Indian City vocalist Jeremy Koz was on Morning Light reflecting on Vince Fontaine’s legacy, charting the band’s path forward and sharing details on Tuesday’s show. 

The concert takes place Tuesday, March 22 at 2 p.m. For more details and tickets, visit: