Winterruption Round Dance

A partnership with sākihiwē festival and the West End Cultural Centre

January 27, 2024

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A group of men drum and sing in a circle. They are tightly surrounded by a large and diverse crowd of people all singing along. Partially obscured.

Photo: Alan Greyeyes

Event details

Free, details below.
Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Bonnie & John Buhler Hall, Level 1
Language and Accessibility:
This event will be primarily in English. The venue is an accessible space.

Cost details: Free. No registration is required, but seating capacity is only 400; families are encouraged to arrive early. Paid parking is available near the Museum.

Warm up a cold Winnipeg night by joining us for the 2nd annual Winterruption Round Dance. A partnership of sākihiwē festival, the West End Cultural Centre and the CMHR, the evening includes a pipe ceremony starting at 5 p.m., a feast at 6 p.m. and song from 7 p.m.-10:30 p.m. featuring stickman Darryl Buck and a range of singers.

Emcees Tonia Jo Hall and Joel Wood will keep your blood flowing with ribbon skirt and ribbon shirt contests, spot dances and a prize giveaway to close out the night.

It all happens in Bonnie & John Buhler Hall on Saturday, January 27. Admission is free and all are welcome. This event is part of Winterruption, a week of events designed to heat up Winnipeg.

Information on accessibility at the Museum.