July 3rd, 2014 Last Updated on: July 3rd, 2014
In the spirit of its sacred site, the Manito Ahbee Festival is a gathering that celebrates Indigenous culture and heritage to unify, educate, and inspire. Manito Ahbee is recognized as a leader in transforming relationships to share Indigenous culture and heritage with the world. Hosted in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, the festival draws people from across Canada the United States and abroad. The impact of the festival reaches well beyond entertainment as it has communicated a very significant message about the importance of celebrating Aboriginal culture.
The Manito Ahbee Festival returns for its 9th year in Winnipeg, Manitoba, September 10 – 14, 2014. Highlights include: Canada’s largest International Pow Wow, the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards (APCMA), Indigenous Marketplace & Trade Show, Getting Jiggy With It (jigging showcase & competition), the Oh My Gospel Jamboree, and a full day of cultural education for youth.
Opening Ceremony Wednesday, September 10 Oodena Circle – The Forks
Oh My Gospel! Wednesday, September 10 Holy Trinity Church – Donald & Graham Ave
APCMA RBC Ohshkii Awards Showcase
Thursday, September 11 The Winnipeg Art Gallery – Invite only event
Cultural Education Day is Friday, September 12 Winnipeg Convention Centre
APTN ‘Live’ from the Red Carpet Friday, September 12 MTS Centre
Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards Friday, September 12 MTS Centre
Getting Jiggy With It (Jigging competition &showcase) Saturday &Sunday, September 13 &14 MTS Centre
International Pow Wow &Indigenous Marketplace and Trade Show Saturday&Sunday, September 13 &14 MTS Centre
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