Crooked Brothers Highlighting Gimli’s ‘Real Love’ Music Fest

Crooked Brothers Highlighting Gimli’s ‘Real Love’ Music Fest

Real Love Summer Fest 2015Dubbed as a “festival for the rest of us,” Real Love Summer Fest 2015 will attract music fans out to Gimli, Manitoba this weekend.

Twenty-seven local bands are on tap to perform June 5-7, including headlining acts The Crooked Brothers, Mahogany Frog and Mise en Scene.

The festival, at Gimli Motorsports Park, features free on-site camping and an artist village featuring Manitoba’s brightest emerging artists and crafters.

This summer’s festival will build on the success of last year’s inaugural festival, creating an open, fun, creative and safe environment for all.

Full weekend and day passes are available at Music Trader in Winnipeg, The Ship & Plough (Gimli) and online. Weekend passes are $30 and day passes are $20.


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