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2050 Chevrier Blvd. Winnipeg

July 31-August 6, 2022

Folklorama Update

As you have heard by now, after much consultation and consideration, this years Folklorama Festival has been cancelled. This decision was made not only by the Board of the Irish Association but we also received official notification from Folklorama on April 24, 2020. We all know this is the right decision in order to keep our Folklorama family safe and in good health.

We would like to thank all our extraordinary volunteers who dedicate so much time, ingenuity and energy to make the Irish Pavilion one of the top cultural experiences. Without those special folks who organize, build sets, showcase their Irish talents, plot and plan behind the scenes, attend meetings, chef up meals for 100’s, this is your year to take a breather and let your minds wander to making next years Pavilion “top notch”.

To the Volunteers who attend nightly during Folklorama week, “What would we do without you?” Thank you so much for your tireless dedication night after night with hopefully a bit of craic and food thrown in for good times! We hope to see you all back in the fold next year.

All our Best, Stay Safe, Social Distance, Wash Your Hands & Be Healthy

Bonnie Smeaton and Joe Savage,

Folklorama Coordinators

Folklorama  "Cead Mile Failte"

An Idea was Born over 40 years ago

Folkorama  is the largest and longest-running multicultural Festival of its kind in the world.  Folklorama began in  1970 and the Irish Association boasts to have been involved within 3 years of its conception.  The Irish Pavilion is one of the longest running pavilions at Folklorama, 48 years. You just can't beat the hospitality of the Irish Pavilion . We showcase the McDonnell School of Dance, Traditional Music and brilliant talent directly from Ireland.  Our cultural centre enlightens all to life in Ireland,  past and present. Your senses will be perked to the aroma of homemade Irish stew, soda bread, colcannon and much more to tempt your taste buds. Sure, it will be fun and you can't leave the Pavilion without raising a Pint of Guinness and tapping your feet to the amazing music and dance.  

See you all in August for some Great Craic!