|Le Festival du Voyageur
Western Canada’s largest winter festival celebrates Canada’s fur trading era and combines the joie de vivre of the voyageurs with more than 300 music performances, magnificent snow sculptures, historical interpretation of the early 19th century at Fort Gibraltar, live entertainment, traditional dishes, arts and crafts, the voyageur International Sled Dog Classic, a governor’s ball.
St. Boniface February 2013
| Winnipeg Scottish Festival
Winnipeg Convention Centre February 2013
| Trappers' Festival
Oldest winter festival--originating in 1916-- celebrates the cultural heritage of the northern pioneer with skills and entertainment; World
Championship Dog Race; King Trapper events include canoe packing, trap setting, moose calling, bannock baking and more; arts and crafts show, beard growing contest, children’s games, evening rendezvous.
The Pas (third weekend in February) February 2013
| Freeze Frame International Film Festival for Kids of All Ages
March 3 to 10, 2013
|ECCO's BIG BAND DANCE
Centre culturel franco-manitobain
Franco-Manitoban Cultural Centre, 340 Provencher Boulevard, Saint Boniface, Winnipeg, March 1, 2013
|Canadian Power Toboggan Championship Races
Beausejour March 2 - 3, 2013
| Hudson Bay Quest
Gillam to Churchill. The HBQ bringst together mushers and sled dogs from Canada's Polar Bear Capital of the World, the finest Inuit mushers in the Kivalliq region of Nunavut and more than a few teams from 'outside'. March 15, 2013
| Southeastern Manitoba Festival
Steinbach February 24 - March 20, 2013
|The Winnipeg DrumTalk Festival
Franco-Manitoban Cultural Center, 340 Provencher Boulevard, Winnipeg, March 2013
|Brandon Jazz Festival
Brandon University March 2013
|The Royal Manitoba Winter Fair - one of Western Canada's largest agricultural events, world class show jumping and heavy horse competitions, livestock sales and displays, a quality hands-on agricultural awareness program including Thru the Farm Gate, exceptional live entertainers, over 300 commercial and agricultural exhibits and much more.
March 25 to March 30, 2013
|Manitoba Summer Fair
Horse shows, the petting zoo, concerts and competitions are only a few stops on the long list of attractions featured at the fair.
Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba
115 - 10th Street, Brandon June 5 - 9, 2013
| The EX - The Red River Exhibition
North America’s #1 midway, stage acts, children’s entertainers, exhibits, youth talent shows, opening day fireworks.
Winnipeg June 14 - 23, 2013
| Winnipeg International Children's Festival
Features 30 shows daily of music, dance, puppetry and hands-on activities with local, national and international artists.
Winnipeg June 2013
|'Watch the Wave' Self-Guided Artists Studio Tour
Winnipeg Beach June 8 -9 2013
|Boissevain Fair and Rodeo
Boissevain June 22 & 23, 2013
| TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival
Features the hottest jazz and blues performers from around the world at both free and ticketed events.
Winnipeg June 13 - 22, 2013
|Manitoba Highland Gathering
Scottish heritage is celebrated with dance, pipe and drum competitions, heavy games of brawn, sheep shearing and herding, canoe and kayak races, clan booths, Scottish market, massed bands and Scottish pub.
Selkirk June 2013
|Dauphin's Countryfest - country music festival
Dauphin June 27 - 30, 2013
| Canada Day Living Flag 2013
The Legislative Grounds (Broadway at Osborne) Winnipeg, July 1, 2013
| Winnipeg Folk Festival:
Birds Hill Provincial Park, Winnipeg, July 10 - 14, 2013
| Triple S Fair and Rodeo
Sellkirk July 2013
| St-Pierre-Joly Frog Follies and Agricultural Fair
Good times are promised for all with the Canadian Frog Jumping Championships where adults and children compete for top prize. Children's
games, sport tournaments, music and entertainment are also featured.
St-Pierre-Jolys July 11 - 14, 2013
| St. Labre 200 -
The 4 th annual St.Labre 200 go-kart build off competition is challenging to 14 teams to build their own go-karts within 24 hours.
St. Labre, Manitoba
| Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival
Outdoor stage and Kids Fringe feature street performers, buskers and bands from noon to midnight.
July 17–28, 2013
| Manitoba Stampede and Exhibition
One of Canada's largest professional rodeos- four days of top level competition.
Morris, July 18 - 21, 2013
| Neepawa and Area Lily Festival
Celebration of lilies with a flower show, walking tours, entertainment, tea parties and much more.
Location: Neepawa, July 19 - 21, 2013
|Gimli Film Festival
The Gimli Film Festival showcases over 80 features, documentaries and shorts from Manitoba, Canada and the world, that promise informative, fascinating and riveting entertainment.
Gimli July 24 -28, 2013
|Manitoba Threshermen's Reunion and Stampede
Heritage festival that brings all aspects of the museum to life. This includes vintage parade and machinery displays, horse
power demonstrations, pioneer lifestyle activities and operating pioneer village. Also enjoy the Central Canada's Fiddler Festival.
Austin July 25 – 28, 2013.
| Manitoba Sunflower Festival
Mennonite culture is celebrated with ethnic food, family entertainment, parade, car show, motocross races, pancake breakfasts, ball tournament, farmer's market, crafts, queen pageant, street dance.
Altona, July 27-28, 2013
| Fire'N Water Music Fest
Lac du Bonnet, Lac du Bonnet Community Centre, August 2nd – 4th, 2013
|Canada’s National Ukrainian Festival
Ukranian song, dance, costume and cuisine.
Dauphin, August 2 - 4, 2013
|Steinbach Pioneer Days
Celebrate pioneer life with festivities featuring interpretive demonstrations such as butter churning, threshing, log cutting and quilting. Auction sale, horse show, children's events and barbecues.
August 2 to 5, 2013
|Islendingadagurinn (Icelandic Festival)
Second oldest ethnic gathering in
Canada held in the largest Icelandic community outside Iceland. Includes midway, beach volleyball, Amma’s kitchen, folk festival, fine art show, sandcastle building contest, New Iceland historic and cultural exhibits, traditional program, parade
August 2 to 5, 2013
| Fisher River Cree Nation 9th Annual Community Celebration
Fisher River Cree Nation, Manitoba
August 4th, 2013
Represents cultures from around the world
in a two-week extravaganza full of ethnic richness and traditions in culture, food and art. With over 40 pavilions, this multicultural event is held throughout the city.
August 4 to 17, 2013
| Manito Ahbee
Celebration of Aboriginal music and culture, International Pow Wow Competition Summit, Music Festival, Indigenous Marketplace, Trade and Education Conference. Métis celebration. Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards.
Winnipeg, August 18 to 21, 2013
|Winkler Harvest Festival
Winkler August 9 - 11, 2013
|2013 Manitoba Canine Show
East St. Paul Community Centre 264 Hoddinott Road East St. Paul,
August 15 to 18, 2018
|Morden Corn & Apple Festival
It's fun and free! Free admission, free shuttle bus, free live stage entertainment, free hot buttered corn-on-the cob, free apple cider and free bus tours. Also a midway, crafts, dances and gospel stage on Sunday.
August 23 to 25, 2013
| Matlock Festival of Music Art & Nature
This funky and eclectic little festival will showcase an impressive array of Manitoba musicians and local artists.
Dunnottar August 23 - 25, 2013
|'Watch the Wave' Self-Guided Artists Studio Tour
Winnipeg Beach August 31 - September 1, 2013
| 3rd Annual Manitoba Goddess Festival
|Manitoba Livestock Expo
Agricultural extravaganza with shows and exhibits, auctions, Kids World, Manitoba Rodeo Championship finals.
November 7 to 10, 2013
| Canad Inns Winter Wonderland:
A brilliant presentation of over one million lights and over 29 different theme areas viewed during the 2.5 km drive in the comfort of your own car. It's a great way to spend quality time with your family and celebrate the season of lights – three million watts of them!
Red River Exhibition Park, Winnipeg,
November 29, 2013 to January 4, 2014