The City of Selkirk’s Concert Series is a popular draw for residents and visitors throughout the summer. Typically held at the Waterfront, the free summer concert series will move to Manitoba Avenue East due to construction on Eveline Street.
Enjoy music with historic Manitoba Ave as the backdrop and visit one of the many local businesses to shop or grab a bite to eat. Come on down and bring a lawn chair, you won’t want to miss these family friendly, free concerts!
Just a reminder: Concerts are never cancelled if it rains, they are relocated to Memorial Hall.
Music & Market – August 5 (7 – 10 pm)
Night Market Hosted by Bud and Bloom (4 – 10 pm)
Bud & Bloom are so pleased to host another Night Market in partnership with the City of Selkirk. This market has become a staple of summer in Selkirk. We are proud to say that all of our markets are 100% handmade, showcasing a wide variety of work from local artisans.
|7:00 pm||Free Ride – The Beatles Tribute||With three different outfits, superb vocals, and authentic instrumentation, Free Ride makes you feel like you went back in time as they recreate the Fab Four as they were in the early mop top days. The journey takes you through the 1962-64 years in their gray Pierre Cardin collarless suits, or the 1964-66 years with the classy looking black suits seen by millions on the Ed Sullivan show or the Shea Stadium suits from 1965.|
|8:45 pm||Free Ride – Tribute to the Rolling Stones||Free Ride performs all the hit songs from the band that changed rock n roll and the world forever!
From Mick Jagger’s famous strut to Keith Richards raunchy guitar riffs, this show will take you back to a time when rock ruled the airwaves. You have got to see the Free Ride show, it is truly phenomenal.
Frequently Asked Questions
The city would like to remind everyone that events are never cancelled if it rains. If weather conditions are not suitable, an announcement will be posted on the City website and on social media relocating Music on Manitoba events to the Memorial Hall (376 Jemima St).
Manitoba Avenue East (between Main and Eveline) will be closed starting at noon on June 11, July 23 and August 5.
Yes, porta potties are available for use.
Parking is available in the Superior Ave Lot, the Kin Centre Lot and the Selkirk Arena Lot.
Thank you for your interest in performing at City of Selkirk Concerts however applications are now closed.
There is no vaccine mandates or mask mandates for people wishing to attend our 2022 event.
No this is a free family fun event!