Mardi Gras in Winnipeg’s South End is the perfect time to be a band

By Marissa Zagorski CBC News It’s time to get dressed and rock out in style.

Mardi gras, the popular annual festival that kicks off the New Year’s holiday in Manitoba, is about to kick off in downtown Winnipeg on Jan. 1.

The first two days are free and open to the public.

The day after the first two are closed, however, bands will have to pay a $25 registration fee and be required to have a band ID to enter.

It’s an annual tradition, but there are some rules.

First and foremost, you must have a valid Manitoba driver’s licence or a valid non-permanent ID card.

You also need to show a valid photo ID, like a passport or a birth certificate.

It may be a long wait, but you will be able to get in and see the sights, especially at the downtown event site, where the festival’s official name is MardiGras Downtown Winnipeg.

Marge and Jim Piazza, Mardi Grill’s owners, will be hosting a barbecue in the bar and restaurant on Saturday evening.

Jim is a seasoned veteran of the annual festival, which began in Winnipeg in 1982 and is a yearly tradition for people of all ages to come together and party in the heart of downtown.

Monda Piazzas are also well-known for their cooking, so it was a big surprise when they asked us to help out with the barbeque.

We knew that Mardi was going to be an easy way to start the New Years celebration, so we were really excited about the idea.

“It’s like a summertime version of Mardi,” said Jim.

Mature-aged patrons are advised to bring their own water and drink lots of water.

“Bring your own blanket, your own drink,” said Marge.

There are also plenty of activities to keep your feet warm, like yoga mats, a DJ, and a live music show.

“I think it’s a good idea for everyone to wear a hat and be prepared to dance, but if you don’t have the time or the energy to do that, it’s okay to take a break and have a good time,” said Piazzi.

The Mardigras Downtown is set to open its doors at 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday and will feature performances from bands ranging from local artists to internationally acclaimed artists.

Piazas says there are many things you can do for yourself to enjoy the festivities.

“The first thing you can be doing is checking out the new bar, the new dance floor, the old dance floor,” said Gloria.

Gloria is a Mardi grill cook who has been helping Mardi patrons cook since 1986.

“There’s some great food on the menu.

I think it will be a great place to start a new year and celebrate the new year with family,” she said.

For the first time in a while, Gloria says Mardi’s barbeques are going to include live music.

“You can get some good live music with our band,” said Zagans.

“We’re going to have some live music this time around, too.”

Piazes are expecting a busy New Year, but they are excited about what the festival can bring to Winnipeg’s entertainment scene.

“Everyone has to take it day by day,” said Darlene.

“They need to focus on their own life.

It takes a lot of dedication and time.”

Mardi has become such a popular event that they’ve created a website to help people get in early.

Mascot is one of the many mascots that will be making appearances at Mardi.

“One of the biggest challenges for us was how to get mascots on board,” said Gord.

“For our Mardi mascots to be on board, we had to come up with a mascot that was really cool, cool, and that was actually a very well-established name that people would recognize.”

Gord says they also had to be creative about what it means to be Mardi-grille in Manitoba.

“What Mardi means to Winnipeg is it means community, it means fun, it brings people together.

Gord also said that Mascots are not the only mascots in town. “

That’s what Mardi is about, and we want everyone to have that in mind and be proud to be part of it.”

Gord also said that Mascots are not the only mascots in town.

“If you go to the Manitoba Mall, you will see all the mascots, but we have a couple of other mascots who are still on the mall, and they’re all from other parts of the country,” said Rene.

Rene and Gord have been working together to promote Mardi throughout the year, so they wanted to do something for the city.

They asked the city to create a mascot event, and it