Brandt Centre is the place to attend this annual celebration of traditional dance, food, song and craft. The goal of the event is to build community spirit and celebrate cultural diversity.
This annual car show is held at Evraz Place, featuring an average of 200 entries. You can see hot rods, customs, classics, antiques and motorcycles. The show is highly competitive and fun to attend.
Held at the end of May, this festival is a celebration of art displays, live music concerts, plays, picnics, walking tours and more. Six city blocks along 13th Avenue are utilized for the street fair, offering a wonderful venue for browsing and purchasing homemade goods, watching artisans at work, laughing at local buskers and enjoying stage performances all day long. This community event attracts about 35,000 fun-loving attendees.
Mosaic is a cultural festival which has been held for 45 years. Attendees enjoy visiting with ambassadors from various cultures in pavilions throughout Regina. Food, arts, music and dance are all on display.
The Farm Progress Show is held at Brandt Center at Evraz Place. The newest farm equipment is all on display here, and the show attracts 45,000 folks interested in all things agriculture-related.
Various downtown Regina venues are utilized to showcase the best jazz performers from Canada and North America. Victoria Park is a particularly loved venue, offering a wonderful atmosphere and fun beer garden. Free shows are offered in addition to shows by world-renowned musicians.
Held at MacKenzie Art Gallery for nearly 40 years, this annual event is a fundraiser for the popular museum. Free tours are offered, local restaurants supply yummy food, and you can purchase really cool one-of-a-kind creations. Folk Festival music provides nice background melodies as you peruse the artworks.
This country music festival boasts a list of famous performers a mile long, including Brad Paisley, Reba McEntire, Kenny Chesney, Dolly Parton and Garth Brooks. As a matter of fact, it’s the longest running multi-day music fest in Canada! Several days of music, beer gardens, a cowboy church service, great food and merchandise make this a great time. The location is about 15 minutes from Regina, near the village of Craven in the Qu’Appelle valley. The website is chock full of great information.
A variety of venues around the city are utilized, including the Royal Saskatchewan Museum Theatre, for this multi-day fest. This is live theatre at its best, with all the emphasis on the performers who offer productions that surprise and entertain.
The venues at Evraz Place, including Brandt Centre, are the site for the annual Queen City Ex. This fair features exciting shows, exhibits just for kids, a petting zoo, live entertainment, concessions and surprises every year.
Three days of outstanding music await fest-goers at the Regina Folk Festival which is held in Victoria Park. Twenty-five thousand music lovers converge on the park, grooving to the music, munching on great food and perusing the market of local artwork. A special Children’s Area keeps tykes of all ages entertained with music and interactive activities.
Held at the popular Wascana Park, the Regina Symphony Orchestra’s annual outdoor concert offers a variety of music styles, children’s activities, entertainment and food. And best of all, it is free!
Held at Wascana Lake, this festival accompanies the popular sprint races with live entertainment, a beer garden, traditional ceremonies, children’s activities, martial arts exhibits and lots of fun.
Held at Evraz Place, this show features all kinds of animal and agriculture displays and demonstrations, 4H competitions, CCA rodeo events and a celebration of rural life.