Friday - August 10th

Free Wifi on the grounds! Stop by the VISP booth to get the password.
The Harvest Festival reserves the right to change times and locations of events.


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Around the Grounds...

The Festival Grounds will open at 3pm. The CIBC information booth is open from Noon to 10pm.

3pm - Midnight - Midway is open!  
Ride-all-day wristbands will be available.

3pm - 11pm - Food & Display Vendors are open!
The food court is easy to find, just follow your nose! Music provided by MK Sound with Karaoke from 4 - 5pm.


Main Stage

6:30pm-7:15pm  Jukebox Heroes
Playing dozens of your favorite classic rock songs from the last few decades

7:30pm-8:15pm  Jukebox Heroes
Playing dozens of your favorite classic rock songs from the last few decades

8:30pm - 9pm  Bryan Adams Tribute Show
Enjoy the music of Canada's legendary rocker

9pm - 10pm  Night Fever, Bee Gees Tribute
Sing and dance along with music from the disco era including Stayin' Alive and Jive Talkin'


Kid's Entertainment

Presented by Manitoba Hydro

3pm - 7pm - Kid's Entertainment Open!
Stop by the Kid's Entertainment area to check out the NEW Petting Zoo, the Kid's Activity Tent for carnival games and prizes (for children 10 and under), and make sure to visit with the Teakle Family Circus when you see them wandering around.

5pm - Safari Jeff Show
Presenting live animal displays, videos and a show.


Country Fair Stage

5pm - Free Bingo
Bring Grandma down for an intense round of Bingo. Prizes available to be won!

6pm - Trivia Contest
More information to come.


Cultural Stage

Make your way to the new Cultural Stage for Live Theatre!

4pm - 5pm - For Children: Hansel and Gretel
Spin your own tale!

6pm - 7:30pm - The Carol Burnett Show
Just like the TV show!  Here, we present some of our favorite Carol Burnett Show skits including Eunice, Ed and Mama playing Sorry!

8pm - 9:30pm - The Carol Burnett Show
An encore performance of the 6pm show in case you missed the first one.


Off The Grounds

4pm - 9pm - Farmer's Market
Winkler Arts & Culture Centre, 547 Park Street

 

3pm - 9pm - Exhibit and Free Activities
Winkler Arts & Culture Centre, 500 Park Street

Check out the Tiny Art exhibit, a giant show of tiny works by local artists.  Beer and wine available for purchase.