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Winnipeg’s Diversity Is Reunited at the Folklorama Festival Again This Year

Manitoba is a diverse province with people from many different nations and regions of the world. Each community has its own culture and values that represent it. A festival has begun this week but is unlike any other festival, Folklorama 2022. It is a festival that reunites all different communities every year.

The Folklorama festival is one that takes place in Winnipeg every year, starting at the beginning of August, and is jointly hosted by many different cultural groups across different “pavilions”. Many say that if you want to travel the world without a passport, Folklorama is the perfect place to start. 

“Experience world-class entertainment, enjoy delicious authentic cuisine, warm hospitality, and view beautiful cultural displays during Folklorama, the largest and longest-running multicultural festival of its kind in the world,” said one Folklorama spokesperson. “ Adventure to Pavilions that will transport you worldwide without leaving Winnipeg.”

This festival serves as a proud representation of Manitoba. It shows the diversity of Manitoba, and gives Manitobans the chance to discover new cultures and experiences. Many different events take place during this festival. Cultural food will also be served at many pavilions to enhance the entertainment and to give everyone the best experience possible. 

“I’m very excited for this festival again this year, it is the definition of awesome, and if they tell you you will travel the whole world without a passport, you should undoubtedly believe them. I think it’s amazing.” said one usual attendee of Folklorama. 

No one ever regrets going to Folklorama at one of its many pavilions. This festival is a fascinating event that has the appreciation of many, if not all, Manitobans.  Folkarama festival is well-organized, and it carries many significant events for its attendees.

– Halla Alhamed, U Multicultural

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of U Multicultural.

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