Back 40 Folk Festival

The Back Forty is a non-profit charitable organization that aims to “Keep Homemade Music Alive” in southern Manitoba.

The Festival features an excellent blend of local and Manitoba musicians who share their talents through various workshops and on the Main stage.

Held the early part of June, this is an inexpensive community festival that features great entertainment, an artisan village, food vendors and children’s entertainment.

Winkler Harvest Festival

The Winkler Harvest Festival is held annually in Winkler at the fairgrounds, in early to mid August. General admission is free, giving you access to lots of great entertainment at the main stage. There is also a midway, a parade, lots of food vendors and many booths to peruse.


In 1925 Morden, Manitoba was designated as the Corn and Apple Belt. The long, warm growing season made this area of the prairies unique for the growing of corn and apple crops.

Every year, over 80,000 visitors flock to Morden to enjoy three jam-packed days of excitement and entertainment. From delicious (free) corn and apple cider to captivating live performances, this festival has something for everyone.


Happening in mid February, Winterfest is an indoor and outdoor celebration of the various cultures and activities that make Morden great!