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Keystone Centre

1175-18th Street | 204‑726‑3500

The Keystone Centre is one of the largest non‑profit convention, entertainment,agriculture, and recreational complexes of its kind in North America with 54K sq. ft of indoor facilities nestled into 90 acres on Brandon’s 18th Street. The friendly management and staff at the Centre strive to be the premier service‑oriented facility in the Canadian Prairies. The Keystone Centre is home to Western Hockey League’s Brandon Wheat Kings, Brandon Curling Club,Manitoba Ag Days, the Royal Manitoba Winter Fair, Summer Fair, Dakota Nation Winterfest, concerts, conferences, outdoor fairs and festivals.

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Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

205-20th Street | 204‑728‑9510

The WMCA is Western Manitoba’s premier venue for the performing arts; hosting community productions, professional entertainers, and a variety of community events. Each year the WMCA presents professional ballet, symphony.

orchestra, classical chamber music, professional musicians and comedians, community and high school theatre productions, several cultural festivals, guest lectures, and conferences. The mix of professional and community activities serves the needs and interests of the people of Western Manitoba.

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Riverbank Discovery Centre

545 Conservation Drive | 204‑729‑2141

The Riverbank Discovery Centre and grounds serve as a cornerstone space for Brandon to host community events such as charity walks, fundraisers and the city’s Canada Day celebrations. There is never a dull moment at the Riverbank and there is always something new to learn when you visit the Assiniboine River Corridor! Reconnect with nature while exploring the trail systems and interpretive pond; get active using the outdoor fitness equipment, playground and trails; or head inside the Centre to learn about wetlands and wildlife at the family activity space. The Centre serves as the Brandon & Region Tourism Centre where you can find tourism information for communities in Manitoba, across Canada and into the northern US. 2019 will mark the opening of Festival Park, a beautiful outdoor amphitheatre with covered stage.

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