The Winnipeg Folk Festival is not utopia. But it’s close. It raises interesting questions about humanity and how, for five days each year, lawyers, electricians, the unemployed, the unemployable, the alienated, the pariahs, the students, and the suffering are able to share space and enjoy doing so.
[related_content slugs=”photo-gallery-winnipeg-folk-festival-the-first-three-days,photo-gallery-winnipeg-folk-festival-day-4-and-some-of-day-3″ description=”More Folk Fest” position=”right”]
We attended numerous shows, not all. These photos are a small sampling of what the Festival offered.
This is day 5:
Spectator Tribune was unable to attend the closing ceremonies.