It doesn’t matter whether you live in Winnipeg or just visit this city as a traveler there’s something about this place that really makes you want to celebrate.
Winnipeg is the heart of North America, the city of festivals, arts, dance, and music therefore you will not be bored there at all.
Well, you can visit the Downtown Winnipeg BIZ’s popular farmers market, to taste fresh baking, jams, spices, meat, sauces, different kind of preserves. You can take part in the Pride Winnipeg Festival – Pride of the Prairies on August 10-15, Agassiz Chamber Music Festival or Winnipeg Underground Film Festival (WUFF). You can visit the District National Historic Site, the Manitoba Museum and many other places that will make you feel active and alive.
Winnipeg is a contemporary vibrant city where everyone can find something special for themselves in dancing clubs, bars, restaurants, Winnipeg online casino fun.
Also Winnipeg is well known as successful host of sporting, cultural and other interesting events. The city has hosted such high-profile events like the Canadian Country Music Awards, JUNO Awards, Grey Cup and Tim Hortons Brier.
The city will host the FIFA Women’s World Cup on this summer. If you are sport lover the number one in your list must be upcoming Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 which is taking place at Winnipeg Stadium, 315 Chancellor Matheson Road, on June 8, 12, 15 and 16.
This new stadium was opened in 2013, the modern and comfortable one can be expanded to more than 40,000 seats. It will host the Opening Ceremonies for the 2017 Canada Summer Games as well. I guess you have reserved already hotel and tickets to take part in these thrilling sport events.
Also include into your plan MTS Super-Spike, presented by Bud Lightwill, July 17-18, 2015. Golf’s fans can enjoy with a premier event on Mackenzie Tour, PGA Tour Canada Player’s Cup on July. Planning you vacation on August don’t forget about Canadian Ultimate Championships.
Winnipeg is an ideal choice to spend your time for some reel fun! “That’s it! We’re all going back to Winnipeg!”