Winnipeg Folk Festival - Manitoba, That's My Home
- Sunday, Jul 12, 2015 at 3pm
- The Reverend Rambler
- Winnipeg Folk Festival
- Big Bluestem, Birds Hill Provincial Park, Manitoba
- Manitoba Music
Winnipeg Folk Festival
#WFF2015 WORKSHOP, 3-4:30PM
Manitoba is home to some of the best musicians in Canada and the Winnipeg Folk Festival strives bring their music to new audiences. The Festival is committed to helping local artists advance their careers and, as a result, presents many Manitoban artists on stages around the city year-round as well as at the festival every July. This year, once again, the Winnipeg Folk Festival, along with Manitoba Music and Manitoba Film & Music, has set the stage for an all-Manitoban celebration.
Slow Leaves, The Reverend Rambler, Leonard Sumner, The Mariachi Ghost, and Brandy Zdan are playing throughout next week’s Winnipeg Folk Fest, running July 9-12, but you can find all of them jamming together on Sunday, July 12 from 3 to 4:30PM on the festival’s largest daytime stage, Big Bluestem. The all-Manitoban workshop – this year titled “Manitoba, That’s My Home” – is a festival tradition and hosted in partnership with Manitoba Music and Manitoba Film & Music in order to foster the rich talent this province offers and bring their music to new audiences.