Burt Block Party
Last Updated: August 27, 2021
Due to another unfavourable weather forecast today, and the overwhelmingly positive response from last weekend’s move indoors, tonight’s Burt Block Party performances are moving inside to the Burton Cummings Theatre. The outdoor site will offer food trucks and a place to “chill” but for the comfort of artists and guests, all shows will be inside the theatre . Please review the information below and click HERE for FAQ’s.
True North is pleased to welcome guests back to the Burton Cummings Theatre. We recognize that getting used to a new normal for public gatherings will take some adjustment, and for the safety of the entire community, we appreciate your adherence and understanding. Please review True North’s Health & Wellness Principles and other key information below.
We are looking forward to seeing you again!
A detailed ‘Know Before You Go’ communication will be issued to all ticket holders prior to the event date. For more information, please email us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.
True North Sports + Entertainment reserves the right to change or modify information and operations to reflect the Manitoba Public Health orders or other evolving circumstances. It is recommended to check back here regularly for updates.
Burt Block Party Health & Wellness Principles
As per Manitoba Public Health orders, all attendees must present a Manitoba Immunization Card (physical or digital card) and government issued photo ID to enter the event. No entry will be permitted without these documents.
Exceptions: Canadian military personnel may present their CPHA Travel Immunization Record and COVID-19 Vaccine Record card. Out of province or country guests must present proof of vaccination (meeting Province of Manitoba requirements) and government issued ID at the Immunization Tent located at the Ellice Avenue gate.
True North employees do not have any access to your medical records and will be unable to resolve any errors or disputes. If you need further assistance with the Immunization Card, please contact Manitoba Health and Seniors Care HERE
Out of province attendees must show approved government issued proof of full immunization and a government issued photo ID.
All employees working the event will be fully immunized.
Face coverings are required for employees and guests while inside the Burton Cummings Theatre and may only be removed when actively eating or drinking. When outdoors, face coverings may be removed. Guests are highly encouraged to wear masks during entry (outdoors) to the event and when interacting with employees.
Employees working the event will wear a face covering.
100% Symptom Free
Please complete the Manitoba COVID-19 screening tool before arriving and do not come to the event if you have any symptoms of COVID-19.
Screening tool is available here
Enhanced Cleaning & Disinfection
True North is committed to rigorous cleaning and disinfection protocols, following guidelines from Manitoba Health. High-touch surfaces will be disinfected regularly, and hand sanitizer stations will be located throughout the event site.
To reduce touchpoints between guests and employees and provide a faster payment experience, True North strongly encourages attendees to use debit and credit cards via tap technology for all transactions.
ABMs will not be available on site.
Cash will be accepted, but guests should prepare for designated lines and/or longer wait times.
Fans will get their fill of classic rock on Aug. 27 from three of Canada’s most iconic rock bands – local favourites Streetheart headline the evening with Honeymoon Suite and the Headpins. The Sorels were recently added to the lineup and first up with RBCxMusic presents folk singer-songwriter, Ila Barker, to open the show.
Each Burt Block Party will be hosted by local music lovers The Village Idiots, creators of the hit series Live at The Roslyn