September 27 - October 1, 2017, 7:30pm nightly (Sun 2pm) at the Lyric Theatre stage. Tharp, one of contemporary dance’s most eminent figures, has created a true delight for audiences of all ages. With it’s clever choreography, original costuming and dramatic staging, The Princess and the Goblin is, at it’s heart, a dynamic and captivating tale. Dec 21-30: Nutcracker.
October 16-21, 2017, usually at the Park Theatre. Six-day annual LGBT film festival from the Winnipeg Gay & Lesbian Film Society celebrating their 32nd year. See their website for more info on films and screening times.
February 16-25, 2018 (TBC), Parc du Voyageur, 233 boul. Provencher. Annual festival recreating & honoring era of fur trader pioneers: village, snow sculptures, artisan works, clothing, candy, music performances, arts and heritage of First Nations, bison ranch.
May 25 - June 3, 2018. Over 30,000 typically attend the festival, dance, rally and parade, concerts and market -events for all segments of diverse community. See Chase the Queen (a.k.a. Chase the Ace) at Fame.
July 18-29, 2018. Twelve days - the second-largest event of its kind in North America each year, welcoming companies from all over the world to present exciting independant theatre.
August 5-18, 2018, annual events since 1970, now with over 40 pavillions at locations throughout Winnipeg, celebrating the diverse cultural heritages and cuisines of the many peoples from around the world who made Manitoba their new home. Includes performers, story tellers, food, music, games, & more.
Mid-August, 2018 on Smith Street in front of Burton Cummings Theatre. International, national, local blues performers + Pit Masters barbeque competition, food/ beverage garden/ vendors.