Finally, the weekend is near. It's time to decide what to do. If you still have no plans, we know what to offer you.
So, here are three best ideas for the weekend of February 15-17:
1. Festival du Voyageur
This festival is the most anticipated event for all residents of the city, especially for those who like to spend time outdoors.
The festival celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, and the opening ceremony will take place on Friday at 7.30 pm. All visitors can enjoy the music and see the fireworks at the end of the ceremony.
Between the shows, it is possible to have a drink at Festi-Bar on Ice. Ahead of your questions, we answer - yes, you can pour the syrup on the snow and eat cold sugar off the stick.
Tickets can be bought starting from $5. You can find more information about the price of tickets on the Internet.
2. Romeo and Juliet
If you are a big fan of romance and want to surprise your soulmate, then this choice is perfect for you. The play will take place at the Centennial Concert Hall from Thursday to Saturday at 7.30 in the evening.
In addition to the classic version, you can also see What if Romeo & Juliet… created by Manitoba Theatre for Young People. This play will add new twists to the world-famous story. It will be at The Forks from February 15 to February 24.
3. Drop the Mic #9
This event will be held in honour of Black History Month. Queen Sheba will be the headliner of the concert. The event encourages all queer, trans and two-spirited, self-identified black singers to come and to show their talents.
Drop the Mic #9 will be located at the X-Cues Cafe & Lounge on Friday. The start is at 6 p.m. The entry fee is $10.
The concert will be continued by the party at 10 p.m., which will only be allowed only for people over 18. The event will be completely devoted to the history of black people.
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