Business Recovery for Sites –

Spring 2022 is looking much better than a year ago for groups that rely on hosting events and people.

Brandon’s Keystone Center is seeing an increase in bookings. Marketing director Jared McKenzie said there is a lot more interest from people wanting to book something at their establishment over the next few months.

“Right now, with the mask and vaccine mandates shelved, we are getting tons of interest from all the concert and tour organizers looking to bring events back to Manitoba and specifically to Brandon. in 2022.”

The Keystone has a number of events confirmed and officials are hoping the Brandon Wheat Kings can have a strong end to the season and a strong performance in the playoffs.

“We also have ZZ Top and Dallas Smith coming in May. We have PBR in June and events booked through November and hopefully December. Some we’ve announced and some we’re still waiting to announce,” McKenzie said.

March 28 to April 2 will be the busiest week of the year with the return of the Royal Manitoba Winter Fair. “We continue to follow the health rules and at the moment it seems that no mask and no vaccine are necessary.”

“This week is business as usual at the fair. We will have all the usual suspects in the lobby selling all the food and concessions. We are looking forward to the week and the fair will be a big event for Keystone Center, as it always is.

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