It was only a year ago that the country music band Nice Horse took the stage at Ross Wells Park for Homestand 21. 

Now, Nice Horse will be returning to Moose Jaw and Ross Wells Park to take part in Homestand 22. 

For bass player and vocalist Brandi Sidoryk, Moose Jaw feels like a second home to her and her bandmates. 

“We actually went back and forth through Moose Jaw so many times when we were first starting out doing radio promo tours and going in and playing for the different radio stations, and we always stopped in Moose Jaw,” she said. 

The band is making history this year at the Canadian Country Music Awards. Nice Horse and its members are nominated for five awards, the most ever by a female group. Sidoryk is nominated for bass player of the year, Tara McLeod is up for guitarist of the year, Katie Rox has been nominated for specialty instrument player of the year, Krista Wodelet becomes the first female to ever be nominated for drummer of the year and the band is nominated for video of the year for their some High School. 

Nice Horse will be sharing the stage this year with Chiliwack, Matt Mays and JJ Voss. 

All of the proceeds from the concert will go towards mental health initiatives for local students as well as the beautification of Ross Wells Park. 

“It's such a cool concept. I love the fact that it's on the baseball diamond and it's for a good cause for Saskatchewan youth. You can’t get any better than that,” Sidoryk said. 

All of the festivities get underway at 1 p.m. with a showing of the Banjo Bowl between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on a giant video screen followed by the concert. 

Tickets are still available by going to 

Below you can watch Country 100’s Courtney Fielder’s conversations with Brandi Sidoryk: