Circle June 2, 2019 on your calendar — that’s when country powerhouse Carrie Underwood will be in Winnipeg.
The singer-songwriter will bring her Cry Pretty Tour 360 to Bell MTS Place featuring an all-female bill of Maddie & Tae and Runaway June.
Comedian Russell Peters is returning to Winnipeg later this year with his Deported World Tour.
The Emmy Award-winning actor and funnyman will play Bell MTS Place on November 13.
Paul McCartney will return to Winnipeg this fall as part of only four Canadian dates on his upcoming tour.
The legendary Beatle will play Bell MTS Place on September 28 for his Freshen Up tour.
It may look like summer outside, but hockey fans can already mark down some important dates on their calendars for the 2018-19 NHL season.
The Winnipeg Jets have released their seven-game pre-season schedule for the upcoming season, which has the team kicking things off Monday, September 17 at home versus the Minnesota Wild.
The final bill is in for the Winnipeg Whiteout Street Parties, which saw 120,500 hockey fans pack downtown Winnipeg streets during nine separate events over six weeks this spring.
Economic Development Winnipeg says the parties to cheer on the Winnipeg Jets’ playoff run came at a cost of $2,167,000.
Singer-songwriter John Mellencamp is embarking on an upcoming Canadian tour with stops scheduled in Winnipeg and Brandon this fall.
The acclaimed performer will play Bell MTS Place on Tuesday, October 23 as part of his Sad Clowns & Hillbillies Tour. Mellencamp will head west the following night for a show at Brandon’s Westoba Place on October 24.
By Judy Owen, The Canadian Press
WINNIPEG – When the buzzer sounded to end the game and the season for the Winnipeg Jets on Sunday, goalie Connor Hellebuyck left the bench and went back on to the ice.
The netminder had been off for an extra attacker, but six skaters couldn’t tie up the game and Jets were eliminated from the playoffs as the expansion Vegas Golden Knights won the Western Conference final series in Game 5 with a 2-1 victory.