Aug 21-22 Shaw Park Prices TBA
Aug 18-22 Various neighborhoods, Air Canada building, St John’s Park, the Good Will. Free, except closing party at the Good Will ($10)
August 20 to 23 Beavercreek Park, Kerry, Manitoba Weekend passes $50 (only sold in the city). Day passes $20 (only sold at the festival gate).
August 14 - 16 Kelwood, MB Ticket prices range from $31 for a Friday Day Pass to $186 for a Family Weekend Pass, which includes 2 adults and 2 children. Camping passes range from $12 - 42.
Aug. 14 - 16 The Forks Day Pass $65-99, Weekend $215 (adult) or $125 (youth/senior)
Aug. 14 - 16 south of St. Malo, Manitoba on the Rosseau River
August 13th-16 2015 Various venues downtown Advanced full festival passes are $75, outdoor concerts at the Cube are free
August 14 to 16 Stonewall, Manitoba Free
August 6-8 Great Woods Park, Highway 12N & 44, Beausejour $40-125
July 31-August 3 Gimli, Manitoba Almost entirely free, with some capacity-based events at a cost
August 1 - 4 Steinbach, MB All-Day Family Pass $30 Adults $10 Children (ages 6-12) $4 (Ages 5 and under get in FREE)
July 31 - August 2 Selo Ukraina in Dauphin, MB Passes range from $30 to $95
July 31-Aug 2 Lac du Bonnet, Mb Early bird prices available. Gate price for the weekend: Adult $60, Youth $30. Nightly passes also available for Adult $20-25 and Youth $10-12.50. Free for kids 12 and under.
July 30 - Aug 3 Minnedosa, Manitoba Ticket Price: $60 for a day pass, $60 for a camping pass, $160 for a weekend pass, $240 for a deck pass.
Ah, the festival season, it creeps upon us again. As we drain our bank accounts preparing for our excursions, remember that good experiences come with good preparation.
Summer is here and so is camping! I love camping so I was shocked that, while planning a weekend trip to Falcon Lake with some friends, only my boyfriend and I wanted to camp. Everyone else wanted to stay in a motel.
July 29-31, 2015 at 7PM nightly The Lyric Theatre, 55 Pavilion Crescent located in Assiniboine Park Free!
July 22-26 Box office is at The Lake Winnipeg Visitor Centre. Screenings at various venues around Gimli. Single tickets are $10 apiece, beach screenings are free. Festival passes range from $55 to $100.
Festival season can mean many things to a lot of different people. Universally, it seems to promise good music, fun, and a forum in which you can test the waters by pushing your daily fashion in directions you normally wouldn’t. While for a lot of folks this might mean shirking the casual business attire in favour of a flow-y skirt or some rad shorteralls, some still unfortunately connote freedom and fashion with headdresses and bindis.
Every summer, rumours spread of drugged cookies being offered and headlines popup about assaults. People are groped while trying to enjoy their favourite band and lewd cat calls are made uninvitedto individuals just trying to beat the heat.