A dreary weather forecast this weekend has forced the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra to pull the plug on Symphony Under the Sky in Dauphin.
The outdoor concert was scheduled for Sunday, but rain has put a damper on organizers’ plans.
“This is very unfortunate as the WSO had an exciting program lined up for the anticipated return to Dauphin,” said WSO director of artistic operations J.F Phaneuf. “The WSO wants concertgoers in Dauphin to have the most positive experience possible, and we look forward to returning in the near future to put on a great show.”
Besides the WSO, the festival was to include artisan showcases and unique performers, plus fine food and drink.
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