Talented local musicians may have a new audience if they win a coveted busk pass at The Forks.
Through a new partnership with Manitoba Music, The Forks is seeking out musicians to be a part of its Busker Program this year.
Two comedians, who debated on stage about getting married at the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, ended up tying the knot last weekend.
Comedians Tim Gray and Dana Smith, who were already dating, were performing in a skit as part of “The Debaters,” when Tim won the debate and married Dana after the show.
It’s the last time the giant big top will rise at the corner of Kenaston Boulevard and Sterling Lyon Parkway.
Cavalia Odysseo — the largest touring show of its kind — returns to Winnipeg on May 12 before production eventually ramps down on the show.
The complete lineup for this year’s Dauphin’s Countryfest is now out.
Canada’s longest-running country music festival is June 28 to July 1 and doesn’t just include artists from the country genre.
Comedian and actor Harland Williams is making a return to Rumor’s Comedy Club this spring.
Known for his roles in “Dumb and Dumber,” “Something About Mary,” “Half Baked,” and other flicks, Williams will play five shows for a Winnipeg audience June 14-16.
The best of the best to help improve your life will be on display when the Indulgence Expo opens for the first time at Assiniboia Downs.
Visitors will be served wine and cheese samples as they gawk at beautiful luxury cars and walk among 60 exhibitors showing off ways to help you live your best life.
A casting call has gone out for 650 paid extras to work on a major Hollywood feature film shooting in Winnipeg later this month.
The paid background performers must be available on April 19 for a full 12 hours.
If spring has you itching to tackle that new home renovation project, the Winnipeg Home + Garden Show should be a stop on your Mike Holmes-inspired journey.
More than 200 professional contractors and renovation experts will pack the RBC Convention Centre April 5-8 for the 44th annual show.