This past weekend wrapped up this year's Long Days Night Music Festival that took place at Windscape Field in Swift Current from Thursday to Saturday.

Following the Thursday show with Terra Lightfoot, alternative rock band The Radiant opened for The Commoners, who brought psychedelic harmonies.

The final evening began with the Dirty Catfish Brass Band and Lyssa and the Try-Tones, before ending with a free-to-attend afterparty with music from local band, Rib Rash.

Mikaila Anderson, founder and lead vocalist of The Radiant, noted that the band operates out of Saskatoon but most of the members are from Kindersley. 

"It felt awesome, the crowd was really great," she said. "It's our first time in Swift Current and we felt very welcomed."

Hundreds of people attended the festival over the three evenings, with doors opening at 7 p.m. on Thursday and 7:30 p.m. on Saturday and Friday. 

"We just mash a bunch of cool stuff together and somehow created something that we love to play," added Anderson.

Attendees could purchase one drink token for $7, three for $20, or five for $30 and drinks were sponsored by Black Bridge Brewery, Lucky Bastard, and Great Western. 

Guests could also capture some memories in the Long Days Night photo booth set up inside the tent and a 50/50 draw was available. 

Additionally, merchandise from the bands were available for purchase along with records and other items from Swift Current record shop, Prairie Flint.