WINNIPEG — Folklorama is testing out online ticket sales this year to 10 of its 41 pavilions.
The two-week multicultural festival held its media launch Thursday in advance of its 48th annual celebration.
WINNIPEG — More people experienced cultures from around the world than last year as the 47th annual Folklorama drew to a close on Saturday.
Organizers say 447,000 visitors took in 45 pavilions across the city — an increase of five percent from 2015.
In 10 days, you won’t have to leave Winnipeg to take a trip around the world.
Folklorama is celebrating its 47th year and is packing two weeks worth of music, food and cultural experiences from around the world into 45 different pavilions.
This year’s Folklorama attracted an estimated 426,000 visitors to take a trip around the world, all without leaving Winnipeg.
The 46th annual edition of the festival included 43 multicultural pavilions from August 2-15.
“We received so much positive feedback — directly from visitors and through social media — about how much fun people had as they did their best to see it all,” said Zaleena Salaam, Folklorama president.
Music, dance and particularly the food, are just a few of the things you’ll find at this year’s Ukraine-Kyiv pavilion.
As Folklorama begins to wind down its second week of celebrations, guests can enjoy the regional influences that make each costume, style of music, and series of steps unique and exciting.
Culinary specialties include varenyky, holubtsi and kovbassa.
Taking a trip to England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales is closer than you may think.
Folklorama’s United Kingdom pavilion explores the U.K. with a high-energy show, paired with the traditional food to go with it.
Guests can test their knowledge of the region with a pre-show pub quiz, sample fine U.K. whiskies and indulge at the 007 martini bar.
Take a trip around the world without ever leaving the city!
Folklorama and ChrisD.ca have partnered again this year to send you to experience the multicultural fun August 2-15.
We have four (4) complimentary packs to this year’s 43 pavilions.
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WINNIPEG — Folklorama has elected a new board of directors for the annual multicultural summer festival.
“It is my honour and privilege to have the opportunity to lead Folklorama’s board of directors,” said new Folklorama president Zaleena Salaam. “The passion that our board and members have for Folklorama’s mission has enabled our Festival to grow from a one-time event in 1970 to the largest and longest running multicultural festival of its kind in the world.”
WINNIPEG — The 45th edition of Folklorama attracted just under 413,000 visitors during its two-week run.
The annual multicultural celebration included 43 pavilions, with many venues experiencing sellouts. This year’s festival had three less pavilions than 2013.
“Because Folklorama means different things to different people, we wanted our visitors to experience Folklorama in their own unique way,” said Folklorama president Amelia Sheocharan of this year’s theme, How Will You Folklorama? “We are so happy that people enjoyed Folklorama. It is due to the passion and commitment of our 20,000 incredible volunteers that we proudly celebrated our 45th annual festival.”