August 6 TO August 12 2017 - SOUL SANCTUARY - 2050 Chevrier BLVD
Interested in volunteering at the Spirit of Ukraine Pavilion? Fill out the form below to get on the list!
Hours & Showtimes
Sunday August 6 HOURS Doors Open - 4:30pm Close - 11:00pm
Sunday August 6 SHOWTIMES 5:15pm, 6:45pm 8:15pm, 9:45pm
Monday August 7 HOURS Doors Open - 4:30pm Close - 11:00pm
Monday August 7 SHOWTIMES 5:15pm, 6:45pm 8:15pm, 9:45pm
Tuesday August 8 HOURS Doors Open - 6:00pm Close - 11:00pm
Tuesday August 8 SHOWTIMES 6:45pm, 8:15pm, 9:45pm
Wednesday August 9 HOURS Doors Open - 6:00pm Close - 11:00pm
Wednesday August 9 SHOWTIMES 6:45pm, 8:15pm, 9:45pm
Thursday August 10 HOURS Doors Open - 6:00pm Close - 11:00pm
Thursday August 10 SHOWTIMES 6:45pm, 8:15pm, 9:45pm
Friday August 11 HOURS Doors Open - 6:00pm Close - 12:00am
Friday August 11 SHOWTIMES 6:45pm, 8:15pm, 9:45pm
Saturday August 12 HOURS Doors Open - 4:30pm Close - 11:00pm
Saturday August 12 SHOWTIMES 5:15pm, 6:45pm 8:15pm, 9:45pm
Dinner Reservations are only accepted via:
Only a limited number of seats are available, and earlier shows tend to fill up quickly. Be sure to reserve your place early to avoid disappointment. You will be unlikely to get a reservation for an early show if you call or e-mail the day of.
Dinner Reservations are not completed until confirmed by phone or e-mail. Please leave a detailed message if you encounter our voicemail, and keep trying if you get a busy signal. Keep in mind that availability will be limited during pavilion hours of operation.
Dinner Reservations will be open from July 15th until August 12th. The phone line is open daily from 10am to 9pm
Dinner Reservations are taken on a first-come-first-served basis.
Admission prices are not included in the price of dinner reservations. Admission will be charged separately at the door. Alternatively, you can now purchase admission tickets online. Online Ticket purchases guarantee entrance to the pavilion only. Tickets purchased online are not dinner reservations, and do not guarantee a seat.
Dinner Reservations for up to 20 people will be taken for dinner & seat only.
Be sure to arrive 45 minutes prior to the show you are attending. It takes time to get everyone in the door, seated, and served before showtime.
Dinner Reservation Prices
Adult Meal with Cultural Alcoholic Beverage - $18
Adult Meal with Domestic Alcoholic Beverage - $16
Adult Meal with Soft Drink - $14
Child Meal with Soft Drink - $12
2 Cultural Beers (9:45 show only) - $12
Desert & Coffee (9:45 show only) - $8
To better serve you and expedite the entry process, please provide as many details as possible regarding your order when making your reservation.
We look forward to serving you and hope you enjoy your stay!
3rd Annual Manitoba Perogy Eating Championship
Join us for the Third Annual Manitoba Perogy Eating Championship!
Friday August 11th, 2017 (The Event takes place immediately following the 9:45 show!)
Hosted by Andrew "Hustler" Patterson of TSN 1290
Think you have what it takes? Send your Audition video to firstname.lastname@example.org!
The Following General Admissions are available for entry into each pavilion:
Vickar Family Fun Pack (12 Single Admission) - $54
Mini Pack (5 Single Admission) - $25
Adult Single Admission - $6
Youth Single Admission (13 & over) - $6
Youth Single Admission (12 & under) - *FREE
*Children 12 & under must be accompaied by and adult. Limit 5 free child admissions per Adult.
The Spirit of Ukraine Pavilion is 1 of 10 Pavilions selected for a digital ticketing pilot project for the 2017
Festival. Tickets can now be pre-purchased for any of our shows, guaranteeing entry to the Pavilion for the show you select. If you would like to
test out this new system please visit this link to purchase your tickets via the tixit.ca website.
**Please note that purchasing a digital ticket only guarantees entry to the pavilion for the selected show. Purchasing a Digital Ticket does not reserve or guarantee you a seat. Please be sure arrive in a timely manner to avoid "standing room only".**
Theresa Sokyrka is a Canadian singer songwriter based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. She became a brief household name in 2004 as Canadian Idol runner up. Her independently released debut album "These Old Charms" was shockingly granted gold status a month after it's release, selling over 70,000 compact discs, which was an incredible feat those days. The album was more shockingly nominated for best pop album of the year in the 2006 Junos although Sokyrka considers it a jazz album.
She bought a house in Saskatoon and followed music around the world for several years. Her next release was an album of originals "Something is Expected" that dropped September 2006, selling 10,000 units . Produced by Mike Timmins, John Collins and David Carswell the album was a great balance of live off the floor, spontaneous moments to popped up melodies with hooks and click tracks. The digital age was taking hold and industry album sales were plummeting but Sokyrka kept hanging on, although most people would have no idea.
Sokyrka has released a total of 5 albums in her 13 year long career, each one selling less than the next. A totally awesome Christmas album called "Wrapped in Ribbon", in 2007 was an attempt to recreate versions of Ella Fitzgerald's Christmas arrangements, even using a vintage U47 Neumann ribbon mic to record vocals.
While living in Montreal Sokyrka released her fourth album. A collection of Ukrainian folk songs that was recorded with Benoit Morier in 2010. Even for non Ukrainian ears the album is a hit, featuring the violin virtuoso Carissa Klopoushak.
Sokyrka's latest release was in 2013 "Prairie Winds" a collection of original songs which was recorded and mastered in Madrid in 7 days, free from edits and as pure as the driven snow.
Three years ago Sokyrka happily returned to living life in Saskatoon after 10 years of travelling the globe and living in Toronto and Montreal. She lives modestly with her husband, son, two cats and dog. Putting music on the back burner since her last release there's just no denying that this kid can sing and that creating is unavoidable. She continues to prove to her fans old and new that though it's been 13 years since a reality TV show found her in Saskatchewan, Sokyrka is sticking around for the long haul, you might just have to dig a little.
In 1991, the Zoloto Ukrainian Dance Ensemble & Company, with just a handful of dedicated dancers, had its humble beginnings in the heart of Winnipeg.s North End. Since then, Zoloto has flourished and represented the Ukrainian Community of Winnipeg on local, regional, national and international levels gracing stages in Ukraine, The USA, Peru, Costa Rica, and will be taking the trip back to Ukraine immediately following Folklorama 2017.
Dancers in the Zoloto Ukrainian Dance Ensemble & Company range in age from 3 to Adult. The dance school.s goals are to provide its dancers and audience with an experience that is exciting, inspirational, and educational while encouraging interest in Ukrainian dance and culture.
The school is committed to teaching Ukrainian traditional dance to anyone who wishes to learn. We offer recreational classes as well as classes geared toward dancers who wish to focus on performing. No matter which class one chooses, Zoloto is devoted to nurturing Ukrainian heritage through dance and dedicated to expand cultural diversity and strengthen the Ukrainian identity within the Winnipeg community.
So jump high, spin fast, and join us to catch the excitement of the Zoloto Ukrainian Dance Ensemble & Company!