2023 Featured Machinery brand

To be announced

2023 Featured Concerts

To be announced

Read on to see what you would have missed in 2023.

Cockshutt 428
Cockshutt Swather
Cockshutt 30
Cockshutt Plow
Cockshutt Plow MB
Cockshutt Swather
Cocksutt 540 and Number 2 Swather
Cockshut 1850 and Oliver 90

Pioneer Power

Presented by Manitoba’s longest-running country radio station CFRY, the daily Pioneer Power Parade showcases some of Canada’s most fascinating vintage farm equipment at the Main Arena.

Everyone will be amazed by the horses and horse-drawn equipment, beautifully restored vintage vehicles, century-old steam engines, and tractors from over six decades.

Come early and enjoy live music (12:30-1:15) from the comfort of our covered grandstand. Parade starts at 1:30.


Join us for Manitoba’s best rodeo action at the Threshermen’s Stampede! Voted the 2017 Rodeo of the Year by the Canadian Cowboys’ Association, watch Canada’s best rodeo competitors strive for top prize in bareback and saddle bronc riding, bull riding, calf roping, steer wrestling, mutton busting, barrel racing and many more.

Come early and enjoy live music (6:30-7:15 Thurs-Sat) in our covered grandstand. Rodeo starts at 7:30 (5:00 Sunday).

Musical Acts (Here is what you missed in 2023)

At the Grandstand

12:30-1:15 (just before the parade) Thursday: Young and Haggard, Friday: Banned & Outlawed, Saturday: Along for the Ride

6:30-7:15 (just before the rodeo) Thursday: Sean Taylor Band, Friday: Kendra Kay, Saturday: Hicktown

At the Corn and Barley Corral

4:00-5:00 while enjoying a cob (or 2) of fresh steamed corn! (Daily 3:30-4:30) Thursday: Young and Haggard, Friday: Banned & Outlawed, Saturday: Along for the Ride, Sunday: Bullruckus

10:00 pm Dance the night away- evening Dance begins after the final Rodeo event. (Sunday 8PM) Thursday: Sean Taylor Band sponsored by BackRoad Transport Ltd, Friday: Kendra Kay, Saturday: Hicktown, Sunday: DJ Cory Christison

Gazebo Stage

Sit back, relax and enjoy the music! The Gazebo stage is located in the Village with performances throughout all 4 days and scheduled Evening Concert Series starting at 7:30 pm Thursday: Dream Catcher’s, Friday: Northern Reflections and Saturday: Trail Benders.

Rosemary Siemens Special sunday Concert

Rosemary Siemens performed at the grandstand Sunday July 30. You could have viewed her special announcement in the video above, then headed on over to EventBrite to get tickets for this special concert event.

  • Tickets included gate admission to the Museum grounds and admission to the concert on the grandstand.
  • This was a rain-or-shine event. Tickets were non-refundable.
The Sean Taylor Band
Along for the Ride
Banned and Outlawed
Bull Ruckus
Dream Catcher’s
Northern Reflections
Kendra Kay

Clydesdale Classic

Watch the majestic Clydesdales in the main arena, daily, as they compete in halter and hitch classes. A crowd favourite is always the Six Horse Hitch, where six horses work as a team to pull the beautiful wagons. Be sure to find a seat in the grandstand to watch this class. Don’t leave without taking a walk through the barns to get an up close look at these Gentle Giants.


Get up close to the tractors, plows, threshers, and other farm equipment that worked our province’s soil decades ago.

There are equipment demonstrations throughout the day with feature demonstrations at 11:00 am and 4:00 pm. Experts will show you how everything works and how everything sounds.

Working Horses

The working horses are at it all day long.

From hauling sheaves for the threshing contest (just after the parade) to plowing the demonstration field (morning and late afternoon), these beauties are well worth watching.

Take a ride through the Pioneer Village on a horse-drawn wagon. Rides leave from the train station 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM and then again after the threshing contest until 5:00 PM.

Colt Raffle

The colt (named “Tucker”) will be raffled off at the 2023 Reunion. Proceeds from this raffle go toward supporting facilities for the working horses at the Museum.

Tickets are 3 for $5 and 6 for $10. They are available at the Info Booth during Reunion. Tucker will be nearby all day long so you can have a chat with him. The lucky winner will be picked Sunday night at 6 PM, July 30, 2023.

Tucker was donated by Linwood Equine Ranch, Carberry. Vet services were provided by Dr. Cathy Patterson.

Homesteaders’ Village

The Manitoba Agricultural Museum offers a fun and nostalgic slice of life from the early 1900s. The Homesteaders’ Village is a key highlight of the Manitoba Threshermen’s Reunion & Stampede, enjoyed by people of all ages – especially first-time festival goers.

Enjoy a fresh cinnamon bun baked in a clay oven -daily mid morning to mid afternoon

Cool off with an ice cream cone or cool drink from the General Store after browsing the artifacts and souvenirs.

Take a Horse Drawn Wagon Tour at 4 pm starting at the Train Station

Children’s Activities

There is lots going on for your young stampeders at the Manitoba Threshermen’s Reunion & Stampede in a safe, secure, and friendly environment. Bring your children and join us at Pioneer adventure Land.

  • Barrel train rides
  • Sleepy the Clown Friday & Saturday 3:30 to 5:30
  • Face-painting
  • Oak Hammock Marsh Critter Dipping Thursday 11:00 to 4:00
  • Fraser Reptiles Friday & Saturday noon to 4:00
  • Children’s Pioneer Chores Sunday 2:30 to 4:00
  • Heartland Recreation activities every day noon to 4:00
  • Our popular playground

and much more!

Reunion Ladies Activities

Stop by the Pioneer Center for a piece of homemade pie, ice cream and drinks.

Catch the Vintage Fashion Show at 4 pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday! The theme for 2023 was Favourites throughout the Decades.

Also view their demonstrations and displays of pioneer crafts.

Manitoba Amateur Radio Museum

Manitoba Amateur Radio Museum

Visit Canada’s only Amateur Radio Museum

Operated for over 40 years on the grounds of the Manitoba Agricultural Museum.

Spin the dial of a radio with your finger tips and listen to the world. Learn more at

In 2022, MARM recognized 100 years of commercial broadcasting in Manitoba. Winnipeger Lynn V Salton, a 25 year old licensed amateur radio operator, was featured in a display that showed how he designed and built the first commercial broadcast transmitter at his parents’ home.