The Canadian Museum for Human Rights has unveiled their full list for the attraction’s opening weekend.
The planned celebrations kick off on September 20 and run for two days, and the program features everything from skateboarding to opera. Called RightsFest, the celebration will offer human-rights-themed music, dance, art and kids programs. Included on the list of more than 40 performers are the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, the Manitoba Opera and the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.
Performances will continue on multiple stages throughout The Forks, including spoken word, indie rock, visual art and children’s programming.
The free performances will take place from morning through late afternoon both Saturday and Sunday. Check out the full schedule here.
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