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Events & Festivals

Venture into Manitoba on your next Canadian excursion and check out a wide range of exciting and unique festivals. No matter the season you visit, you'll want to plan out a trip into any one of the pleasant and charming cities and towns across Manitoba.

From Winnipeg and its annual Jazz Festival, to Thompson and its festivals Winter Fest – visit soon and experience these Manitoba festivals.

Visit Manitoba during the fall or winter and check out the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra New Music Festival.

A yearly event, the WSO New Music Festival features performances from a wide variety of artists at different locations around Winnipeg in late January. You'll be able to drive in from nearby Headingley.

In early November, Brandon hosts the Manitoba Livestock Expo, just one of the exiting events put on by the Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba. You can also catch the annual Royal Manitoba Winter Fair at the end of March, another popular event for Brandon travelers.

Spring and summer feature their own brand of impressive festivals. Head for the TD Winnipeg Jazz Festival– check out live jazz at venues across Winnipeg like the Burton Cummings Theatre, the West End Cultural Centre, and the Centennial Concert Hall. The live Jazz kicks off every June.

Take a break from some of that jazz and check out popular local attractions like the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden, or Shaw Park, a charming place to catch a baseball game during the summer months in Winnipeg.

Enjoy these popular events in Manitoba

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Keystone Centre

Hosting over 1,500 events each year, the Keystone Centre is a vital component to the economy of Brandon and southern Manitoba. This 540,000 sq. ft multi-use facility hosts a wide variety of sporting events, agriculture events, concerts, and conventions. The centre also includes a 5,102-seat arena.

Popular yearly events at the Keystone Centre include the Manitoba Livestock Expo, a Brandon Wheat Kings hockey game or National Curling event, and the Royal Manitoba Winter Fair.