July 10-12 Old Market Square less than $10
July 9- July 12 Bird's Hill Provincial Park Free for Children 12 & Under, Youth/Senior prices available. 4-day pass $215-235 ($250-310 with camping), day pass $63-83
July 17-19 Winnipeg Beach, Manitoba Free to walk the festival grounds
July 4 - 9 Various churches around Winnipeg $20-25 per concert; $5-$10 for students; $30 for gala final concert
June 20 The Forks Free!
June 12-13 Niverville, Mb $25 early bird weekend pass, $15 for a Friday or Saturday day pass
June 11 - 21 Exchange District, various venues Cube Events Free, Individual Shows $10-91, Passes $30-250
June 4 - 7 The Forks Ticket Price: $11.35 per single ticket and $9.95 per ticket if you're buying more than four at a time
June 7 Morden Park, Manitoba Ticket Price: $15
June 5-7 Gimli Motorsports Park $30 for weekend passes, $20 for one-day passes
36 Manitoba fests and the advice you need to make it through.
Winnipeg is _______.
Not all mayors work in politics. Mayor Matt Allen is a musician, cook and documentary filmmaker who lives in North Point Douglas. Allen shares a house with his wife, Rhoda, his daughter, their cat Casey and dogs Benny and Lester.
Running a music venue is a bit of an odd occupation, with no clear path for training, a small cadre of colleagues who are all doing something a little different, and no guarantees of security.
Bands are playing under-the-radar shows in Winnipeg, if you know where to look.
When someone creates a piece of art, it almost inherently invites comparison from its audience. This song reminds you of this band or that singer, which can be a double-edged sword for an artist. Local folk-alt-rockers Sc Mira have heard it all over the past two years. Singer-guitarists Sadye Cage and Ty Vega often chuckle over the endless unusual examples.
With seven records under her belt, Amelia Curran is no novice when it comes to self expression. After growing up in St. John’s, Curran followed her passion for music by leaving university to busk in the streets. Her resulting successes have been plentiful, with four Music Newfoundland awards and a Juno win in 2010 for her album Hunter Hunter.
While the rest of us shoveled snow in a bitterly cold January, Devin Latimer was in New Delhi, India presenting at The 5th Asia-Oceania Conference on Green and Sustainable Chemistry.
Instead of just covering retro hits, Hifipriestess is taking a crack at writing some of its own.
All That Remains want listeners to make the most of what life hands them.