Musician Don Amero and friends have something special in store this holiday season.
American rockers Jimmy Eat World are back on the road for Surviving, The Tour.
The band will make a stop at Winnipeg’s Burton Cummings Theatre on May 11, 2020 with guests White Reaper.
Comedian Gerry Dee is alone. And he likes it that way.
The funnyman’s newest Canadian tour, titled “Alone. On a Stage.,” plays Winnipeg’s Burton Cummings Theatre on Wednesday, April 1.
Scottish comic superstar Danny Bhoy is bringing his new show Age of Fools to the Burton Cummings Theatre this fall.
The comedian is fresh from his sold-out tour in Australia and New Zealand and will perform for his Winnipeg fans on Saturday, November 30.
A new pop-up space for event dates adjacent to the Burton Cummings Theatre will see Smith Street closed on select dates throughout the summer.
The Burt Backyard will activate to a stretch of Smith Street and to Odeon Park (between Smith and Notre Dame Avenue) on select Burt event days. The licensed area is an extension of the theatre’s existing patio and is open to both ticket holders and the general public.
Save the date!
Country band The Mavericks are dropping into Winnipeg’s Burton Cummings Theatre on October 22, bringing their rockabilly and Tejano sound.
Singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen is returning to Winnipeg this summer with a swath of Canadian dates on her Dedicated Tour.
Jepsen will perform September 9 at the Burton Cummings Theatre. Her tour kicks off August 28 in Vancouver and wraps up September 19 in London, Ontario.
An all-female Iron Maiden tribute band will play the Burton Cummings Theatre later this summer.
The Iron Maidens perform August 24, bringing their explosive show to Winnipeg with a lively stage presence covering the band’s material from all eras.