There's much more than rides and candy floss at the Red River Exhibition.
This year's main stage music lineup offers big names, home-grown acts, pop, rock and more.
Country singer Jason McCoy gets the festivities rolling on June 15.
And if country's your thing, you won't want to miss Crystal Shawanda, whose childhood hero was Loretta Lynn. Shawanda grew up on the Wikwemikong reserve, in the Manitoulin Islands. She graces the main stage on June 21, which is National Aboriginal Day.
New wave rock act Platinum Blonde made it's mark back in the 80s and the band is still going strong today. Check out their show on June 17.
Canadian icon Tom Cochrane will veer off Highway 1 into Exhibition Park on June 18. He launched his solo career back in 1991 with "Life is a Highway" and now he is, of course, a worldwide sensation.
The Sheepdogs hit the big times last year when they hit the cover of the Rolling Stone. The band brings its imaginative 70s retro rock sound to the Ex on June 19.
B.C. pop singer Carly Rae Jepsen made a mark when she opened for Justin Bieber. Now you can catch her music and her inquisitive mind live on June 23.
New this year is the Exhibition Sing a Long. It takes place every day, all day at the Near Prairie Town Adventures. Think karaoke for the whole family!
All concerts are free with admission.