April 1-3, 2016 at Burton Cummings Theatre for the Performing Arts. Canada's Royal Winnipeg Ballet - an exploration that offers diversity in repertoire and an accessible view into the state of the art. Q DANCE Artistic Director Peter Quanz continues to connect with audiences with his innovative and aesthetically outstanding choreographic choices.
April 29-30, 2016, Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre. Farcical adventures of two very different families beginning a journey to become one against backdrop of an unusual St Tropez cabaret club. Twenty-four members of Manitoba’s legal community bring this hilarious Tony Award winning musical comedy to life. Book: Harvey Fierstein. Music/ Lyrics: Jerry Herman. Based on Jean Poiret play.
May 27 - June 5, 2016. 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 31 - August 13, 2016, annual events since 1970, now with over 40 pavillions, celebrating the diverse cultural heritages & cuisines of the many peoples from around the world who made Manitoba their new home. Includes performers, story tellers, food, music, games, & more.
July 13-24, 2016. The second-largest event of its kind in North America each year, welcoming companies from all over the world to present exciting independant theatre.
October 11-16, 2016, at the Gas Station Arts Centre, 445 River Ave, Osborne Village. Sx-day annual LGBT film festival from the Winnipeg Gay & Lesbian Film Society celebrating their 31st year. See their website for more info on films and screening times.
February, 2017, 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.