Date
Mon, Jul 1, 2019 at 1:30pm
Featuring
Eagle & Hawk
BULLRIDER
Madeleine Roger
Amadians
Moon Tan
The Sorels
Hellnback
Malcolm-Jay
Little Miss Higgins
Kendra Kay
Sweet Alibi
Trampoline
Darryl Buck
The Noble Thiefs
Double the Trouble
Two Crows For Comfort
LIAM
Leaf Rapids
JC Campbell
Rhianna Rae Saj
Location
The Forks
Address
1 Forks Market Road, Winnipeg, MB
Promoter
Manitoba Music
The Forks Renewal Corporation
Canada Life
 

Alt. Country Alternative Americana Country Folk Hip Hop Indie Indigenous Rock Roots Singer/songwriter Soul

The Forks is turning up the volume on Canada Day, teaming up with presenting sponsor Canada Life and Manitoba Music for a stellar, all-local lineup of live music on two stages plus tons of family activities all day long.

Schedule | MB Live on Canada Day at The Forks

CN STAGE & FIELD
7:00PM Amadians
8:00PM Madeleine Roger
9:00PM Bullrider
10:00PM Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra
10:45PM Eagle & Hawk with WSO

CANOPY STAGE
1:30PM The Noble Thiefs
2:30PM Darryl Buck
3:30PM Trampoline
4:30PM Sweet Alibi
5:30PM Kendra Kay
6:30PM Little Miss Higgins
7:30PM Malcolm-Jay
8:30PM Hellnback
9:30PM The Sorels
10:30PM Moon Tan

POP-UP SHOWS
03:00PM Double the Trouble
03:45PM Double the Trouble
04:30PM Two Crows for Comfort
05:15PM Two Crows for Comfort

EXCHANGE STAGE
12:00PM Rhianna Rae Saj
1:00PM JC Campbell
2:00PM Leaf Rapids
3:00PM Liam Duncan

About Canada Day at The Forks

Thousands of people will be treated to performances from over a dozen homegrown acts, culminating in a dynamic onstage collaboration between JUNO Award-winners outfit Eagle & Hawk and the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra (WSO). Fireworks will cap off the night at 11 p.m.

The main event at the CN Stage & Field kicks off with the alt pop soul sounds of Amadians at 7 p.m., followed by singer/songwriter Madeleine Roger and indie rock act Bullrider. To close out this year’s festivities, Eagle & Hawk will share their distinctive, high energy fusion of roots rock and Indigenous themes and imagery, joining the WSO to set the stage for a spectacular fireworks display.

The bustling hub at the Canopy Stage, right next to The Forks’ new patio, will feature a genre-spanning lineup of Manitoba acts including rock & soul act The Noble Thiefs, singer and hand drummer Darryl Buck, charismatic anti-rock trio Trampoline, roots/pop group Sweet Alibi, powerhouse country artist Kendra Kay, old-time country blues act Little Miss Higgins, hip hop artist Malcolm-Jay, groundbreaking rapper and First Nations community role model Hellnback, three-piece glam rock'n'roll group The Sorels, and intergalactic rock power trio Moon Tan. The site will also host acoustic pop-up shows from Indigenous twin fiddlers Double the Trouble and folk-roots duo Two Crows for Comfort.

The Exchange District BIZ will host a satellite stage at Stephen Juba Park, just a short distance from The Forks’ site, featuring performances from roots singer/songwriter Rhianna Rae Saj, songwriter/recording act JC Campbell, dark roots band Leaf Rapids, and rock singer/songwriter Liam Duncan.

Beyond the stellar musical line-up, folks can expect plenty of festivity at The Forks throughout the day, including: a pow wow and Founding Nations Tribal Village in Oodena Celebration Circle, Canada Life hosted activities, art activities, food trucks, lacrosse demonstrations, and a Lucky Girl Pop Up vendor market.

Revelers can gear up for the festivities by clicking over to the Manitoba Live streaming playlist at manitobamusic.com/canadaday, complete with music, video, band bios and more. Visitors can stream it from their desktops or take it for a walk on their mobile devices around The Forks.

With so many people flocking to The Forks for the festivities, people should plan their Canada Day transportation in advance. Bike Valet will be on-site offering free, secure bike and helmet storage all day, so you can plan to take the bus or park off-site and walk over.

Video

Bullrider - The News by BULLRIDER

"Cottonwood" [Full Album] by Madeleine Roger

Speak Low - Lyric Video by Amadians

Moon Tan 90 Second Promo by Moon Tan

Malcolm-Jay Live at Le Garage Jan 26, 2018 by Malcolm-Jay

Fuel on the Fire feat. Don Amero by Kendra Kay

Keep Showing You by Sweet Alibi

Emily’s Tea Party by Trampoline

16 Candles [OFFICIAL VIDEO] by The Noble Thiefs

Memoire- Double the Trouble by Double the Trouble

BNB Studios - Two Crows for Comfort - Acoustic Live Session by Two Crows For Comfort

LIAM - Acoustic Sesh by LIAM

There They Go by Leaf Rapids

Four letter lie by JC Campbell

Music

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"I See Red" by Eagle & Hawk

Hidden Gems and the Love of Another

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"Bullrider - Live My Life" by BULLRIDER

Cottonwood

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"60 Years More" by Madeleine Roger

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"Speak Low" by Amadians

New Age Renegade

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"Alive" by Moon Tan

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"School Girl Blues" by The Sorels

Missed Connections

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"Always Know" by Malcolm-Jay

Bison Ranch Recording Sessions

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"Heavy Train" by Little Miss Higgins

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"Buy You A Drink" by Kendra Kay

Walking in the Dark

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"Bodacious" by Sweet Alibi

Happy Crimes

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"Children of the Hill" by Trampoline

Darryl Buck Hope Round Dance Songs

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"Feeling of Love" by Darryl Buck

It's Tough To Be The Bad Guy

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"How Can You Think Of Love (At A Time Like This)?" by The Noble Thiefs

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"Buckskin Reel" by Double the Trouble

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"Into The Wild" by Two Crows For Comfort

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"Times Like These" by LIAM

Lucky Stars

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"April" by Leaf Rapids

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"Four letter lie" by JC Campbell

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"Hyde" by Rhianna Rae Saj

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