The maestro will speak to a Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce audience during a luncheon on September 29.
Canadian rockers Hedley will kickoff their Cageless Tour 2018 with a pair of Manitoba dates early next year.
The platinum-selling chart-toppers will first bring their show to Brandon’s Westman Place on Friday, February 16. Winnipeg fans can get their Hedley fix on Saturday, March 17 at Bell MTS Place.
Canada’s first spaceship commander, Colonel Chris Hadfield, is sharing a selection of stories, images, songs and ideas that celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday.
The astronaut will visit Winnipeg’s Burton Cummings Theatre on Wednesday, September 27.
The Barenaked Ladies are embarking on their fall tour, bringing the band to Winnipeg’s Burton Cummings Theatre.
The Fake Nudes Canadian tour will streak into the city on Saturday, November 25.
The classic Guns N’ Roses lineup featuring original members Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan showed up in Winnipeg on Thursday night to play a loud and blistering show for their devoted fans. The reunited ‘Guns’ have been travelling the globe for months on their Not In This Lifetime Tour and brought the show to Winnipeg’s Investors Group Field. The band hit the stage around 8:30 p.m. with a rendition of It’s So Easy complete with pyrotechnics and fireworks, and would go on to play a loud and energetic set of their classics songs from the late 80’s and early 90’s.
She’s gonna getcha good!
Shania Twain returns to Winnipeg next spring as part of her Now Tour.
Twin sister Calgary duo Tegan and Sara are touring Canada to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their fifth studio album.
The two will celebrate songs from “The Con” when they perform at Winnipeg’s Pantages Playhouse Theatre on Thursday, November 2.
Winnipeg rolled up its welcome mat as more than 2,000 Canada Summer Games athletes, coaches and their families departed on Sunday.
The two-week competition came in two waves, with the first group of athletes arriving in late July. The closing ceremonies Sunday afternoon at Investors Group Field officially closed out the “Hottest Summer in Half of a Century.”
Canadian recording artists Scott Helman and Rie Mae are set to play the Pyramid Cabaret this fall.
The two will perform for a Winnipeg crowd on Monday, October 30.