Friday July 28

9:00PM - The Travellin' Band - A CCR Tribute

 If you love the music of Creedence Clear Water Revival, The Travellin Band is a must see. They have been recognized as one of Canada's premier tributes to CCR and the music of John Fogerty. Singer James Patterson creates a life like re-creation of CCR's greatest hits with his stunning vocal performance and stage presence. Accompanied with the rythm section from The New Meanies (Virgin/Emi) this act performs to many sold out crowds of all ages and is always in high demand. Travellin Band has shared the big stage with the likes of The Beach Boys, Nazareth, Streetheart and Harlequin. This high energy show always brings the crowd to their feet, singing and dancing to their favorite hits. CCR Tribute/The Travellin Band has had major success in casinos, corporates, fairs and festivals. 

Saturday July 29

3:00PM - Greg Wood

 Greg Wood is an award-winning magician, comedian, and speaker. He has performed his own brand on comedy and illusions across Canada and in ten countries on Five continents. He is a three-time winner of Winnipeg's "Best of Variety Act" and has twice won Manitoba's close up illusionist award. 

7:30PM - Golden Road - A Keith Urban Tribute

 Guitar player/singer Kurt Krezanski, more commonly referred to as “KK” on the local music scene has always had a deep admiration for Urban’s talents as a performer, player, singer andsongwriter. KK has also been told countless times that he and Keith Urban bear an uncanny physical resemblance, but they also coincidently have similar playing styles and stage mannerisms. However, the similarities don’t end there. Both Keith and KK had many of the same musical influences growing up and owned many of the same guitars. And, remarkably as children, they learned the same first song on guitar, “House of the Rising Sun”.

Although Keith Urban is known as an exceptional talent, KK is also a formidable talent is his own right, having played for Streetheart, Canadian Idol Jaydee Bixby, as well as several theater shows. He has also toured across Canada with various acts and had a residency in the U.S. backing up some of the biggest names in the Tribute Show circuit. His talent, combined with his experience and professionalism makes him the perfect artist to cover Keith Urban. “Golden Road” promises to provide fans with the ultimate Keith Urban experience. 

Sunday July 30

1:00PM - Matt Falk Comedy

 Matt Falk was called “Effortlessly Funny” by the CBC. He’s performed at Just For Laughs & the Winnipeg Comedy Festival. His album; Apple Pie & Scars reached #1 on the iTunes Comedy Charts. It’s currently being played on Sirius XM and was named one of the Top 10 Comedy Albums the year of its release. He’s worked with Rob Schneider, Gilbert Gottfried, Dave Coulier, and many more. Matt is one of the writers and stars of RocKids TV and the writer of over a dozen shows including the record breaking dinner theatre play; ‘The Big BOOM Theory’. His clean stand-up comedy act has gained him many accolades including placing 2nd in The World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas. 

2:00PM - Richard Inman

 Richard Inman is quickly becoming a staple of Winnipeg’s folk and country scene. With a butter-rich voice and delicate musical touch, he crafts mature songs that feel at once deeply familiar and bracingly fresh.

Hailing from southeastern Manitoba he grew up splitting his time between there and southwestern Alberta, where stories of cowboys, indians, and rum runners filled his childhood. Between relentless gigging and a residency at the legendary Times Change(d) High and Lonesome Club, Richard has proven himself a savvy songwriter and true prairie gem. 

3:00PM - Dirty Catfish Brass Band

 Dirty Catfish Brass Band’s aim is to inspire, create and instigate – but, mostly, they just want you on your feet. Undeniably tight, yet reckless as hell, Dirty Catfish Brass Band deals inpowerful phrasing and performances drenched with rhythm. Invoking the sounds of the New Orleans brass tradition, the ten-piece collective dares to reimagine the streets of a prairie city as one that is hot, alive, and brimming with soul. Based in Winnipeg, MB, the crew strives to surprise, challenge, tickle and pay homage to the New Orleans tradition by giving it a new audience in an unsuspecting locale. In true Louisiana tradition, these boys stick to the spontaneity of festivals, alleyway performance and all around late nights. The band doesn’t ask permission to play, and the crowd certainly doesn’t ask them to stop. 

4:00PM - Kenzie Jane

 Mixing sounds of RnB, Jazz, Folk, and mouth-trumpet, Altona’s own Kenzie Jane has developed a unique style and original sound. She has performed and recorded with Grammy nominated Fresh IE, playing Winnipeg Folk Fest, touring western Canada, and coming 24 (or less) spots shy of winning CBC’s Searchlight contest in 2016. Kenzie is currently working on the release her new EP "Love Me From Scratch.” 

5:00PM - Lindsay Rae

 Lindsay Rae is a Country artist from Southern Manitoba who has frequented many prairie festival stages with the 'Lindsay Rae Band'. Lindsay's fun loving spirit, her love of story-telling and passion for inspiring people resonates through her lyrics and beautiful melodies. In 2016, Lindsay was nominated for 5 Manitoba Country Music Awards including, ‘Female Artist of the Year’ and 'Song of the Year' for her original, ‘Beneath the Stars’. Her repertoire includes a 2015 Country/Pop album, a 2012 Christmas album and many singles in between, along with, 'Love Like Katie' which helps to raise money for the Katie Cares Charity. Lindsay Rae can also be found performing at numerous coffee houses, house concerts and more intimate stages as a solo artist, or duo (JRae & J), as well as, more recently, in Nashville and San Diego.