Best things to do in Winnipeg during the weekend of March 29-31

Best things to do in Winnipeg during the weekend of March 29-31

Finally, it is Friday!

If you want to spend the weekend fun and interesting, we know what to offer you.

So, here are three best things to do for the weekend of March 29-31:

1. WSO performs The Planets

The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra travels to outer space. Sounds great, doesn’t it?

this weekend Winnipeggers can see a special program that includes the music of Gustav Holst and his orchestral piece The Planets. Astronomer José Francisco Salgado will be a special guest of the symphony. He will come to Winnipeg to talk about the play and about some of the miracles of space.

There will be three performances at the Centennial Concert Hall. Tickets can be bought online.

2. One Cut of the Dead

This movie is becoming a cult classic. This Japanese film did not become something new in the plot, but it became a favourite among fans of horror movies. Despite the fact that there is not a single famous actor, it earned millions.

Winnipeg residents will be able to watch the film on Sunday at 17.00 at the Japanese Cultural Association of Manitoba, located at 180 McPhillips St. Tickets are $8 plus fees.

3. Ballet & the Band

Club Regent Event Centre has really cool shows this week: Bare by Jera Wolfe and Miroirs choreographed by Mark Godden and Next Of Kin choreographed by Philippe Larouche. Next Of Kin will feature Juno-award winning Winnipeg band, The Bros. Landreth.

Although the show opened on Thursday, it will also be on Friday and Saturday. Do not miss! Tickets can be bought online.

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Centennial Concert Hall Japanese Cultural Association of Manitoba Club Regent Event Centre
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