Arts & Entertainment
It’s no surprise, with the ethnic diversity of Winnipeg that the city’s calendar is filled with an overwhelming number of festivals and special events throughout the year.
Indulge in a little culture with Winnipeg theatre, dance and visual art. Whether you're looking for a challenging modern dance performance, or a comedic play the whole family can enjoy, you'll find it in our Winnipeg arts listings. From painting and photography to drama and ballet, you'll be surprised by everything Winnipeg's art scene has to offer. Check out the creative side of Winnipeg with our Winnipeg arts listings.
Welcome to the MTS Centre, North America's newest state-of-the-art sports and entertainment venue. The MTS Centre was designed with you in mind. Every seat, every sightline, every concession area and every full-colour video display has been engineered to provide the ultimate fan experience.
As the centerpiece of Assiniboine Park, the Pavilion houses a gallery museum featuring the largest collections of works by three renowned Manitoba artists: Ivan Eyre, Clarence Tillenius, and Walter J. Phillips.
Steve Garner is a singer-songwriter as well as an accomplished horn player. Garner began piano lessons at age 5 and continued his musical career through the end of his junior year of high school eventually achieving a three year accolade of being first chair in trumpet for the state.
The Winnipeg Film Group was formed in 1974 as a direct result of the Canadian Film Symposium at the University of Manitoba, an annual event held to critically discuss and screen independent Canadian film and filmmaking.