Festivals in Manitoba in June

A list of festivals in Manitoba in June – Highlights include Niverville Old Tyme Country Fair, Manitoba’s largest summer fair Red River Ex!

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Prairie Wind Music Fest

The Prairie Wind Music Fest presents a diverse blend of music from rock, blues, country, old-time, jazz, children’s music. Details

Cypress River Resource Centre Grounds, 163 Cypress Avenue, Cypress River

June 5 – 7, 2020

Adult: $35 advance $40 at the gate; Youth 12-17: $20; 11 and under free; Family Pass: $100

Back 40 Festival

Features local and Manitoba musicians who share their talents through various workshops and on the Main stage. Details

Morden Park, Morden

2020 TBA
June 2, 2019

2020 TBA
2019 – Advanced Tickets: $20, Gate: $25
Ages 13-18: $10, Ages 12 and under: Free

Manitoba Summer Fair

The Manitoba Summer Fair is the kick off to summer and Brandon’s largest outdoor exhibition. Details

Keystone Centre, Brandon

June 3 – 7, 2020

TBA

Winnipeg International Children’s Festival

A family fun festival with lots of fun and entertainment activities and interactive activities for the kids. 36th Annual.Details

The Forks, Winnipeg

June 4 – 7, 2020

TBA

Barrows 6th Annual Gospel Jamboree

Gospel music.

Barrows

2020 TBA
June 7 – 9, 2019

Freewill offering

Angels Cabin Music Festival

Rhythm and blues, country and light rock featuring local Manitoba artists. Details

Artist: Generation Gap, Return 2 Roy, and the Unger Brothers

Gardenton Park, Gardenton

20120 TBA
June 8, 2019

TBA

Montcalm Heritage Festival

A celebration of culture and tradition with parade, family activities, entertainment, food, tours and demonstrations at the Saint-Joseph Museum. Details

Musée Saint-Joseph Museum, St. Joseph

2020 TBA
June 15 – 16, 2019

Free

Niverville Old Tyme Country Fair

Niverville Old Tyme Country Fair is a family event held annually at the Town of Niverville.Details

Niverville

2020 TBA
June 7 – 8, 2019

2020 TBA
2019 – Earlybird weekend pass: Youth $8; Adult $25
Weekend Pass: Youth $10; Adult $30
Day Pass Adult $15, Youth $5, Adult Day Pass will be $25 after 6 PM on Saturday, June 8

Agassiz Chamber Music Festival

Celebrating the anniversaries of composers Erik Satie and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Details

Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall at the University of Winnipeg

May 30 – June 6, 2020

2020 TBA
2019 – Festival Pass: Adult Pass $115; Senior (65+) $105; Students/Youth (under 29) $35

TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival

11 days of live music from local, national and international artists.
Headliners: Chris Botti, The Flaming Lips, Tune-Yards, Daniel Caesar, Jill Barber. Details

Downtown Winnipeg

2020 TBA
June 18 – 23, 2019

2020 TBA
2019 – Super pass: $350; 4-Show pass: $175; 3-Show pass: $115; Toe Tipper $60

Summer in the City

3 days of play, music, concerts, dance, cultural performances, midway rides, and more.Details

Headliners: The Hunter Brothers (Friday), TBA

Downtown Steinbach

June 19 – 21, 2020

Varies

Red River Exhibition

Manitoba’s largest summer fair featuring nightly concerts, the world’s largest travelling midway, family-friendly attractions and some of Manitoba’s finest agricultural exhibits.Details

Red River Exhibition Park, 3977 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg

2020 Canceled due to Covid-19
June 14 – 23, 2019

2019 – Advance: $12 – $49

Indigenous Day Live

Family-friendly activities and evening concert in recognition of National Aboriginal Day. Experience the richness of our Peoples through song, music, dance, art installations and demonstrations, storytelling, food sampling, children’s activities and more.Details

The Forks, Winnipeg

2020 TBA
June 22, 2019

Free

Keeping the fires burning

Keeping the fires burning is one of Manitoba’s largest Aboriginal events that brings 700-800 Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people together to honour and celebrate Manitoba’s diverse and dynamic Indigenous cultures. Details

RBC Convention Centre, 375 York Ave, Winnipeg

June 16, 2020

Individual Tickets: $150.00; Registration required

Nickel Days

A weekend of family entertainment with midway rides, games, entertainment and organized sporting and recreational events.Details

Thompson Regional Community Centre, Thompson

2020 TBA
June 20 – 23, 2019

2020 TBA
2019 – Day Passes: Adults $10, Student / Seniors $6, Children $5
Weekend Passes: Adults $20, Students & Seniors $12, Children $10

Summer Entertainment Series at Assiniboine Park

A popular outdoor entertainment at Assiniboine Park with music, ballet, movies and art exhibitions.Details

Winnipeg
Musical acts at the Lyric Theatre
Jazz in the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden
Movies in the Park

2020 TBA
June 21 – August 29, 2019

Free

Thousand Oaks Gospel Camp Music Festival

Thousand Oaks Gospel Camp Summer Festival features country gospel music, teaching, learning, & sharing.Details

Winkler Park & Exhibition Grounds, Winkler

2020 TBA
June 21 – 23, 2019

Free

sākihiwē festival

Formerly known as Aboriginal Music Week. Details

treaty one territory, Winnipeg

2020 TBA
June 14 – 16, 2019

Free and ticketed

Killarney Ag Fair

138th annual fair. Details

Killarney Ag Grounds

2020 TBA
June 28 – 29, 2019

Free and under; 12 and under: Free

Flin Flon Trout Festival

A summer festival with live entertainment and family-friendly fun.Details

Flin Flon

June 26 – July 1, 2020

Free and ticketed events

Winnipeg Chinatown Street Festival

Chinatown Street Festival beckons with merchant markets, multicultural performances, food trucks, kid’s zone and petting zoo. Details

Chinese Garden, 180 King Street & James Avenue (Chinatown)

2020 TBA
June 28 – 29, 2019

Free Admission

Northern Touch Music Festival

Hip-hop/R&B/soul act to play. 25 acts, 2 stages, 2 days of amazing music. Details

Winnipeg

June 26 – 28, 2020

2020 TBA
2019 – All the events will be a cost of $10 at each venue at the door
3-day festival + conference pass: $200

Summer of Sound

Central Canada’s largest electronic music festival.Details

Assiniboia Downs, Winnipeg

June 30, 2020

$74 – $104

Stony Mountain Family Festival

Stony Mountain’s Annual Family Festival features Kids’ and Youth Games and Activities, Petting Zoo, Hole in One Competition, MPI Car Town, Inflatables, Beer Gardens, Dance, Live Entertainment, and Fireworks. Details

Stony Mountain

2020 TBA
June 30 – July 1, 2019

2020 TBA
2019 – Admission $2; Dinner $5

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