Oh Canada: Manitoba Music Live on the Scotiabank Stage on Canada Day

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Manitoba Music is firing up the Scotiabank Stage at The Forks this year for Canada Day. Performing for an audience of thousands who gather at The Forks to celebrate our nation’s birthday, the main stage event features six diverse local acts, culminating in unique collaboration between indie pop darlings The Liptonians and Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.

Up and coming rock outfit Take Me To The Pilot kicks things off at 4pm, followed by sets by indie rockers Haunter, Dixieland-tinged roots band The F-Holes, hip-hop act Magnum K.I., and country rocker Jason Kirkness. Hosted by Mama Cutsworth and Hot 103's Tweet Fleet, the day of entertainment will be capped off by The Liptonians and Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra joining forces to accompany the captivating fireworks display. Click here to watch the local rockers and the WSO’s Alexander Mickelthwaite getting ready for the extravaganza. If you're tweeting, be sure to use the official hashtag: #forkscanadaday!

Revelers at The Forks can also catch a day of music Under the Canopy, including sets by Dane Bjornson, Trio Bembe, Red Moon Road, The F-Holes, and more. Check out the event on Facebook.

There’s plenty of great live music to hear and see right across Manitoba on July 1, including the Osborne Street Fair and Dauphin’s Countryfest. Check out our Live Music Calendar to see all the great events taking place.

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