Every winter since 1970, Saint-Boniface, Winnipeg’s French quarter, is transformed into a winter paradise and becomes host to the largest winter festival in Western Canada.
Voyageur, Métis and First Nations histories are brought back to life, not only through the historical interpretation offered inside reconstructed Fort Gibraltar, but also through the many attractions inside Voyageur Park and at the festival’s various official sites.
Music of old, traditional cuisine, sensational snow sculptures and captivating shows are but a few examples of the entertainment you can expect to witness during this convivial gathering. Offering a vast array of historical, recreational and educational activities, Festival du Voyageur has something for all tastes and all ages!
Who is it for?: all-ages
Tickets: 10-6 Pass Senior (60+)/Teen (13-17) $25, Adult (18+) $40
The 10-6 pass gives you unlimited access to Voyageur Park from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends including Louis Riel Day. The pass is valid on the following days:
Saturday February 15th 2020
Sunday February 16th 2020
Monday February 17th 2020 (Louis Riel Day)
Saturday February 22nd 2020
Sunday February 23rd 2020
Voyageur Pass: Child (6-12) $10, Senior (60+)/Teen (13-17) $50, Adult (18+) $75Single Day tickets – On sale January 9th, 2020
How to get tickets?
Single-day tickets give you access to the festival grounds for the full day indicated on the ticket.
The Voyageur Pass gives you access to the festival grounds any time during our public hours. To ensure every festivalgoer has a good experience, there is only a limited amount of Voyageur Passes available.
After 6 p.m., those with the 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. pass can stay in the park but will not be admitted into concert tents.
Festival du Voyageur offices (233, Provencher Blvd.)
At the park (upon availability)