The First Annual Winnipeg Crankie Festival
Tickets are on sale NOW for the First Annual Winnipeg Crankie Festival, which takes place atCrescent Fort Rouge United Church,September 21 – 23. The festival will benefit Home Routes FolkSchool, a new educational project that is part of the Winnipeg-based Home Routes house concert network.
The Festival will be an collaborative festival experience by introducing “Crankies.” a 19th century storytelling art form, a forerunner of modern-day film.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening acts includeThe Small Glories;
Del Barber;Scott Nolan; Red Moon Road; Al Simmons, Peter Paul Van Camp,The D.Rangers, Linda McRae, Nathan Rogers, Anna and Elizabeth.
Saturday and Sunday workshops occur from 10:00am to 6pm, and include Home Routes FolkSchool classes, in guitar ‚fiddle, banjo, vocal styling, ukulele, percussion, and more… A jam Room, and The Crankie Workshop Theatre which will host Crankie Making, as well as feature musical performances, all for only $5 for the whole weekend.
Tickets are on sale now through the Home Routes website: https://www.homeroutes.ca/crankiefestival/ and at The West End Cultural Centre box office.
● $5.00 Weekend Day Pass — ALL daytime programming.
● $20.00 per each Evening Concert Ticket
● $50.00 Weekend Pass — access EVERYTHING
● and $100.00 for a Weekend FAMILY PASS — access for your family to EVERYTHING!!!
That’s The first Annual Winnipeg Crankie Festival for more info and tickets visit https://www.homeroutes.ca/crankiefestival/