FAQs. Have questions about tickets, Pavilions, contests, booking entertainment, or anything else? Check out these frequently asked questions to get all of your answers!
When you purchase your ticket, you are guaranteed entry but not a seat. We strongly recommend arriving 30-40 minutes before your show time to get a seat. IF you prefer reserved seating, we highly recommend you go on one of the V.I.P. tours. To learn more about our V.I.P Tour offerings, click here.
Yes, you may purchase tickets at the door of any of our Pavilions as long as they still have tickets available. To guarantee entrance into a Pavilion, we encourage you to purchase tickets online. Please note: tickets are sold online up to one hour before the show.t
I want to bring a tour group in to Winnipeg to visit the Festival, and I’m looking for day time activities to add to our itinerary. Do you have any advice?
You are in luck! We are your one-stop-shop. Our Group Sales advisors can plan your entire itinerary from start to stop – including hotel! Contact our Group Sales advisors to get your trip started – 204-982-6210 or Travel@Folklorama.ca.
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For information on how to open a Pavilion, click here.
Folklorama is known for its food. We were even named one of the Top 10 2019 Best Festivals for Food in North America by Forbes Magazine – so you’re not alone! Please email email@example.com and we will do our best to track it down for you.
Follow the instructions on the back of the ticket. If you have any other questions, please contact our front desk at (204) 982-6810 or marketing@Folklorama.ca.
Yes, you can! Folklorama is home to its own agency featuring over 100 diverse performers – we have something for everyone! Contact our agency today at agency@Folklorama.ca or (204) 982-6210.
How do local ethno-cultural communities associated with Folklorama benefit financially from the Festival?
Local ethno-cultural member organizations are the fabric that makes Folklorama the special entity that is it. Ethno-cultural organizations apply to Folklorama as members with the intention of one-day hosting a pavilion as part of the Folklorama festival. After working with Folklorama’s operations team, shadowing another existing pavilion and completing a successful license application to host a pavilion, these organizations create the Folklorama Pavilions we all love. They establish volunteer committees that, under the guidance and best practices established by Folklorama, look after the entertainment, food, souvenirs, cultural displays and more in their Pavilions. Minus a small fee at the door, all the money raised in the Pavilion stays with the local ethno-cultural community. The small fee is used to help Folklorama advertise, and produce ethno-cultural education 365 days a year with Folklorama At Home, Folklorama At School, Folklorama At Work, and Folklorama At Play.