Canada’s National Ukrainian Festival

August 2, 2019

August 4, 2019

Free - $100

Selo Ukraina Festival Site, Dauphin

204 – 622- 4600 / 877-474-2683

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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

Grandstand Stage

Friday, August 2, 2019

  • 7:00 PM Pre-Show Band
  • 7:30 PM Opening Ceremonies

Saturday Afternoon, August 3, 2019

  • 2:00 PM Pre-Show Band

Saturday Evening, August 3, 2019

  • 7:00 PM Pre-Show Band
  1. Talent Competition Winners from 2019

Sunday Afternoon, August 4, 2019

  • 2:00 PM Pre-Show Band

Sunday Evening, August 4, 2019

Cossack Tavern Stage

Friday, August 2, 2019

Saturday Afternoon, August 3, 2019

Saturday Evening, August 3, 2019

Sunday Afternoon, August 4, 2019

Sunday Evening, August 4, 2019

Pavlchenko, The Ukrainian Oldtimers, Double The Trouble, By Request, Half Na Piv, Volya and more to be announced.

Just for Kids –

Pysanky – Ukrainian Easter Egg | Friday to Sunday 1 PM to 5 PM | Cost $ 5
Learn about and make your very own pysanka. (Easter Egg)
Children love to color and be creative. Here they can create their own crafts and neat projects that are fun, easy, and educational.

Bouncy Castles | Cost: Free with admission
Popular Bouncy Castle and Soccer Bouncy Balls! Oodles of fun for all kids at once and all that jumping will tire them out!

Baba’s Kitchen | Friday to Sunday 1 PM to 4 PM
Children are in for a treat! Join Baba in her kitchen as children can make their very own varenyky (perogies) !

Decorate a Pysanka Cookie | Friday to Sunday 1 PM to 4 PM

Who is it for?
all-ages

HOW MUCH

Tickets : Weekend Pass – $110; Children 12 and under, are FREE

Friday Day Pass – $50

Saturday/Sunday Day Pass – $60

Camping Passes

Children 12 and under, are FREE, but we still wish for them to have a pass to hand in at the gates.

Upper Camping Pass: $55/spot(no water or electric hook-ups) Lower Camping Pass: $45/spot (no water or electric hook-ups)

How to get tickets?
Buy Online

WHEN & WHERE

Date & Time: August 2 – 4, 2019

Festival Parade | Saturday, August 4, 2018 | 10:00 AM

 

Venue: Selo Ukraina Festival Site, Dauphin

Parade Route: The parade will assemble on Mountain Road and begins its route through downtown Dauphin, as it turns West on River Avenue, then South onto Main Street. It turns once again at 4th Avenue Southwest to 3rd Street Southwest past the Personal Care Home and Hospital, then again onto Jackson Street. It ends just past St. Paul’s Home.

Shuttle Service – Cost $5
Runs Friday, Saturday and Sunday 10:30 PM to 1:30 AM
Canada’s National Ukrainian Festival is pleased to provide shuttle service from the City of Dauphin to the Festival site.

There are various pick up locations throughout the city for you convenience:

  • Dauphin Market Place Mall
  • DRCSS, 330 Mountain Road
  • Mr. T’s Corner Store, 1502 Mountain Road
  • Home Hardware, 421 Main Street

 

A tip for your trip!

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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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