Top 5 Things to Do and See in Brandon for the Month of March

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Johnny Reid Concert: Friday, March the 7th inside the Keystone Centre. Johnny is a country artist with several hit singles in Canada. Nominated for a 2008 Juno award, he has twice been named Male Artist of the Year at the CCMA Awards. Songs include Missing an Angel, A Woman Like You, Dance With Me and Let's Go Higher. With special guests: Natalie MacMaster, Aaron Goodvin and JJ Shiplett. For ticket information click here.

2016 Royal Manitoba Winter Fair: March 28- April 2: Held annually at the Keystone Centre during the Manitoba Spring Break, the fair has tons to do and see for visitors. Scheduled events include a world class equine show, fiddlers contest, Ag competitions, trade show and the ever popular SuperDogs. Early risers may want to take in the traditional Sunrise Breakfast on the first day of the fair to get the festivities started. For more information click here.

George Canyon Concert: George Canyon brings his 'Jekyll & Nothing to Hide' Tour” to the WMCA on Wednesday, March the 2nd. George is is a Canadian country music singer who was the runner-up on the second season of Nashville Star in 2004. He grew up in Fox Brook Nova Scotia and later lived in Hopewell, Nova Scotia before moving west. Singles include I Got This, Crazy Love, Slow Dance and others, Besides being an accomplished musician George has also acted in many TV shows including the Trailer Park Boys and Heartland. Ryan Keown is listed as a special guest.  Click here for more information.

2016 CIS Women's Volleyball Nationals: Brandon University will host the nation's best as they compete for the CIS Women's Volleyball National Championship March 11-13, 2016. A total of seven teams will travel to Brandon to join the host lady Bobcats as they get set to throw down inside the BU Healthy Living Centre. Included in the list of activities include an 11 match tournament, an All-Canadian award reception, and an anniversary celebration marking the 10th year of having CIS volleyball at the Brandon University. For tournament schedule please click here.

Raise the Woof: Three comedians take the stage at The 40 located inside the Trails West Motor Inn, in support of Funds for Furry Friends. The fourth annual now is scheduled for Saturday, March the 12th and features the comedy workings of Cory Mack, Mike Green, and Dan Glasswick. Advance tickets are only $35 and include a steak sandwich and the comedy show. Get out and support this worthy cause. For more information please visit their Facebook events page.