Dance is an art form some say almost anyone can appreciate, although it may take time to discover that.
July 31 to August 13: Delicious food and global entertainment
August 11 to 14: Celebrating Icelandic culture
July 27 to 29: Dancing the Nutcracker in July
July 13 to 24: All of The Exchange is a stage
May 26 to July 23: Festival considers modern ties to Iceland as artists converge in Winnipeg
July 15 to 17: Keeping history alive and well through the fiddle and the Red River Jig
June 25: Perfect timing for new collaborations in festival’s 10th year
June 9 to 12: Featuring all you can eat hot dogs for the grownups
Here's your guide to over 50 festivals in Winnipeg and around Manitoba.
Variety show presents circus-arts from all angles
Music by Elton John , Book and lyrics by Lee Hall
Plays at Royal MTC’s John Hirsch Mainstage until Sat., Feb. 6
Move more but still have money
Movement has never looked so fiercely intricate as it does in Gaile Petursson-Hiley’s new dance project Eclipse.
July 31-August 3 Gimli, Manitoba Almost entirely free, with some capacity-based events at a cost
July 31 - August 2 Selo Ukraina in Dauphin, MB Passes range from $30 to $95
July 29-31, 2015 at 7PM nightly The Lyric Theatre, 55 Pavilion Crescent located in Assiniboine Park Free!
July 24-26 Brandon, Mb Weekend pass $64-80, day passes $40-45, camping pass $15-25
July 15-26 The Exchange District and other locations $5.00 - $10.00
36 Manitoba fests and the advice you need to make it through.