Main Stage Show
Come to one of Folklorama’s most popular pavilions!
Doors open at 5:30 pm nightly, with entertainment beginning on the main stage at 6 pm. First up is traditional Highland Dancing performances by the Manitoba Highland Dancers’ Association, followed at 6:30 pm by a Scottish tradition called the Address to the Haggis.
The main stage show multiple times per night under the following schedule:
(Aug 13 – 15) Sunday, Monday, Tuesday – 6:45 & 8:15 pm
(Aug 16 – 18) Wednesday, Thursday, Friday – 6:45, 8:15 & 9:45pm
(Aug 19 doors open at 4pm) Saturday – 5:15, 6:45, 8:15 & 9:45
Our show is a lively mix of contemporary and traditional Celtic music and dancing. Our show features The Ena Sutton Highland Dancers of Winnipeg who have been entertaining Pavilion-goers with their lovely Highland Dance-inspired choreography since 1975. Their dancing, combined with the wonderful musical stylings of the Flying Haggis Show Band & Glenaura Pipes & Drums combine for one of the best shows Folklorama has to offer.
Don’t miss out!
Purchase your tickets online at: https://folklorama.ca/pavilion-of-scotland/
Guest Pipe Band Schedule
Between mainstage shows, head to the courtyard under the tent to see a different guest pipe band each night! They play following the first and second shows at 7:30 & 9 pm.
|Sun, Aug 13||Pipes and Drums of Manitoba|
|Mon, Aug 14||TBD|
|Tues, Aug 15||Lord Selkirk RFM Pipeband|
|Wed, Aug 16||TBD|
|Thur, Aug 17||TBD|
|Fri, Aug 18||Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders Pipeband|
|Sat, Aug 19||Winnipeg Police Pipe Band|
Interactive Cultural Room
Visit our various booths and displays for information and demonstrations on spinning wool into yarn with Deb Stewart & Bronwyn Swanson, tracing your family tree with the Manitoba Genealogical Society, Highland Dancing with the Manitoba Highland Dancers’ Association, learning about the pipes & drums with the Lord Selkirk RFM Pipe Band, participation dancing with the Royal Scottish Country Dancers Society and the Lads & Lasses, and many more…
Please check the posters in the Cultural Room to confirm the schedule of presentations and booths.
The Scotch Glen
Before you leave, make sure to head down the hall and visit the Scotch Glen. This is so much more than a secondary bar area. Stop by for a lesson on the history, varieties and distilling of Scotch Whisky. You can purchase a full 1 ounce or two 1/2 ounce samples from our selection of fine, aged Single Malt Scotches, in addition to other beverage options. Feel free to sit and socialize, mingle and visit the nearby Hint of Heather gift shop.