Things to do on “Stay at home” New Year’s Eve 2020

Ring in 2021 with new hopes, aspirations and positivity while protecting the health and safety of your friends and family.

Manitoba Government’s “Safe at Home MB” initiative brings you some exciting activities to celebrate New Year’s Eve 2020 from the comfort of your home!

Check out these virtual events happening around Winnipeg today to make your New Year’s Eve safe and special:

New Year’s Eve Nonsuch Special 2020

HURRY or you’d miss out the countdown to midday live from aboard everyone’s favourite ship, Nonsuch!

This FREE Manitoba Museum virtual event starts at 11:15 am and goes till 12 pm on Zoom and Facebook.

Register HERE to participate LIVE on Zoom or you can watch the show on Youtube 24 hours after the showtime!

Virtual New Year’s Eve 2020 from The Forks

Enjoy Manitoba’s best performers and fireworks virtually on YouTube and Facebook.

This family friendly online event from The Forks is set to start at 5 pm on December 31, 2020 until 1 am.

It includes a 30-minute program featuring artists like Boogey the Beat, Chanel Cabak, Sebastian Gaskin, David Howes, Shaqueel Lawrence, Ian Mikita, Hera Nalam, REPSET, Andrina Turenne, and Leanne Zacharias, followed by a blessing from Elder Barb Nepinak and fireworks from Archangel Fireworks.

Manitoba Metis Federation New Year’s Day Special on CTV Live

Start your new year on a musical note!

Tune in to CTV Morning Live at noon on January 1, 2021, to watch live musical show by MMF marking 150 years on New Year’s Day!

Hindsight’s 2020 Year in Revue

Toast 2021 with a FREE livestream featuring music, talk and comedy!

The event goes live on December 31, 2020 at 9 pm till 1 am on YouTube.

Along with Manitoba’s finest musicians and comedians, the event also showcases interview with top local sports personalities!

Click HERE for more information.

Stay in, stay safe and have a Happy New Year!

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