Canada’s National Ukrainian Festival

July 30, 2021

August 1, 2021

Early Bird Weekend pass $115

Selo Ukraina Festival Site, Dauphin

204 – 622- 4600 / 877-474-2683


Events Description

Held during august long weekend, the Ukrainian Festival is a celebration of everything Ukrainian including dance, folk music, Borscht, Kubassa and Paska competitions, races, kids entertainment and more family fun.

In respect to promoting the awareness and preservation of the Ukrainian heritage and culture, this popular festival site boasts an 12,000 seat amphitheater, 450-800 capacity hall, 3 outdoor stages, vendor booths, Ukrainian Musicians Hall of Fame, as well as a Memorial Park and Heritage Village. Selo Ukraina is the original permanent home of Canada’s National Ukrainian Festival, and also hosts other events throughout the year.

Stage shows featuring concerts and dancing

  • Zabavas (dance parties)
  • Authentic Ukrainian cuisine
  • Ukrainian Wedding
  • Ukrainian Musicians Association Musicians Hall of Fame
  • Parade
  • Talent Contest
  • Clay bake ovens and traditional breads
  • Ukrainian Heritage Village
  • Cultural displays and demonstrations
  • Culinary demonstrations and workshops
  • Ukrainian Centennial Memorial Park
  • Festival Marketplace
  • Cossack Camp
  • Children’s Activities
  • Beer Gardens
  • Canada’s National Ukrainian Festival Boutique

Who is it for?


Tickets : Early Bird Weekend pass $115

Day Pass: $55 – $65; Children 12 and under Free

Camping $50 – $60

How to get tickets?
Buy Online


Date & Time: July 30 – August 1, 2021


Venue: Selo Ukraina Festival Site, Dauphin

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  1. Tatjana Gajic

    I am so disappointed with Canadian Ukrainian festival in Dauphin. Wasted my time and money to come from Winnipeg to Dauphin, paid 2 night accomodation for noting.
    Festival in Dauphin is discrimination, and is just for people with money. If you want to see the program for one hour per day, because you are limited by your health, you have to pay sixty, seventy dollars for whole day. They turn you down, they don’t care can you aford that or not. We were ashamed to come back to Winnipeg and tell people that we actually did not see the festival, our slavic people!

    August 6, 2019 at 7:52 AM

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