Feel the Festival in Manitoba this Summer

Manitoba is a hot spot for summer festivals. Listen to your favourite musicians play under a wide-open prairie sky. Experience a diversity of cultures through food, dance and art. From downtown Winnipeg to the beaches of Gimli to the streets of Dauphin, the whole province is celebrating in July and August. There's no better time to feel the festival in Manitoba!



Winnipeg Folk Festival square

Winnipeg Folk Festival
Bird's Hill, July 5 - 8

The Winnipeg Folk Festival is a multi-generational favourite. The festival attracts more than 60,000 visitors and performers every year from across North America and around the world. This year's lineup includes big names like Bahamas, Sheryl Crow, The Strumbellas, Elle King and more.

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Dancer lifts two other dancers in traditional Ukrainian costumes

Canada's National Ukrainian Festival
Dauphin, August 3 - 5

Bitaemo! Canada's National Ukrainian Festival takes place the August long weekend on the beautiful Selo Ukraina site at the edge of Riding Mountain National Park. Come watch the acrobatic dance moves of Ukrainian dancers, learn the art of pysanky (Easter egg decorating) and more and explore a Ukrainian Heritage Village.

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Still looking for more summer fun?
Check out these other Manitoba festivals:

Jazz Winnipeg Festival (June 14 - 24)

Indigenous Day Live (June 23)

Winnipeg Fringe Festival (July 18 - 29)

Manitoba Stampede and Exhibition (July 19 - 22)

Fire & Water Music Festival (August 3 - 5)

Rainbow Trout Festival (August 17 - 19)

...or browse more events here.




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