Rockin the Fields of Minnedosa Rock Festival

Rockin the Fields of Minnedosa

MINNEDOSA - This summer, Rockin’ the Fields of Minnedosa is proud to continue it’s legacy as “Canada’s Premier Classic Rock Festival” on August 2-4, 2019 in Minnedosa, Manitoba. Rockin’ the Fields is more then just a festival, it’s an experience. It is the perfect weekend getaway for music lovers to indulge in live music under the stars.

Camping is available and encouraged all weekend long, with bars, shops, vendors and activities on site. For 2019 shuttle bus service will once again be offered to and from the festival grounds from Brandon. More information about purchasing can be found on our website at rockinthefields.ca.

Rockin the Fields 2018 was the most successful year to date, organizers hope to top that once again with another stellar lineup for 2019. The lineup features all-star rock acts that are sure to make your hair stand up. Opening our Friday night main stage is returning artist and metal queen; Lee Aaron. Followed by Harlequin, and Platinum Blonde. Celebrating 50 years of rock n roll, and closing our main stage Friday night will be none other then April Wine, one of the most popular and successful Canadian bands of all time.

The party doesn’t stop there, Saturday night’s mainstage features the annual Battle of the Bands winner, followed by Canada’s own, Sam Roberts Band and one of the most anticipated and requested acts, hard-rocker’s Collective Soul to end our Saturday night with a bang.

Just when you think it couldn’t possibly get any better, we prove you wrong. Sunday night features Streetheart “Life, Legacy, Music”, followed by Sass Jordan, and then 54 40. Closing it all out, none other then the legendary Tom Cochrane and Red Rider. Many more acts to followin the coming months.

TICKETS ON SALE:

Tickets to Rockin’ the Fields 2019 go on sale February 8. They can be purchased online at rockinthefields.ca, or by calling 1-888-330-8333.

TOPICS:   Manitoba News

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