Festivals

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Whether you are planning a small or large group tour to one of Manitoba’s legendary festivals, we have a motor coach bus that meets your needs:

  • Our 47 and 55 passenger motor coaches make moving lots of people a cinch
  • Our cozy 23 passenger mini bus or 15 passenger van whisks a select group to its destination
  • Professional, uniformed drivers who have been there before know just where to pick up and drop off at large festivals. 

 

Did you know that more than 100 languages are spoken in Manitoba?

Did you know that Manitoba is home to approximately 200 ethnocultural groups and organizations?

Manitoba is proud of its cultural, linguistic and artistic diversity. The province hosts several festivals year round to showcase this diversity including:

  • Western Canada’s largest festival of Francophone culture, Le Festival du Voyageur;
  • Canada’s most popular festival of folk and world music, the Winnipeg Folk Festival;
  • The Winnipeg Fringe Festival, held in Winnipeg’s historic Exchange District;
  • Folklorama Canada’s oldest and most popular multicultural festival;
  • The Manito Ahbee Festival which showcases Aboriginal music and arts;
  • The Winnipeg International Children’s Festival, held at the historic Forks Market where the Red and Assiniboine Rivers merge;
  • The Western Canadian Music Alliance;
  • Dauphin Manitoba’s Countryfest;
  • Canada’s National Ukrainian Festival;
  • The legendary Northern Manitoba Trapper’s Festival; and
  • The Back Forty Folk Festival which takes place in Morden Manitoba which is also home to the popular “Apple and Corn Festival