Pavilions had much in common, namely, the importance of community and enjoyment of life.
If you’re a lover of the Tango, then the Argentina “Tango” Pavilion is the place for you.
The 3% of the Winnipeg population from India is truly something to celebrate.
Beautiful music, top notch dancing along with traditional food and must-see cultural displays make this Folklorama Pavilion a worthwhile visit.
Gorgeous performances, fascinating cultural displays, make Folklorama’s Korean Pavilion an entertaining and engaging experience.
Pavilions give visitors an engaging look at a huge variety of cultures from around the world.
Pavilion shows how the French continue to contribute to the life and culture of the places where they live.
Those without a cottage or Hip tickets discover First Fridays in the Exchange is not on summer holiday.
Dedicated volunteers meticulously plan cultural displays at Folklorama pavilions.
Gord Downie and the Tragically Hip played to a very enthusiastic audience for their last ever show in Winnipeg.