A Unique And Popular Music And Food Festival Is Coming To Brampton
A one-of-a-kind music, art and food festival is coming to Brampton.
JAMBANA One World Festival is Canada's premiere one-of-a-kind music, arts and food festival that celebrates the nation's growing cultural diversity.
The festival will feature many genres such as Reggae, Afrobeat, Soca, Dancehall, Gospel and Dance. It will also boast delicious food, interesting vendors and great activities.
The event will happen on August 4th from 1 to 9 pm at Garden Square. It is free to attend.
"Day 1 takes place at Garden Square, the very center of downtown Brampton, one of Canada's fastest-growing immigrant populations," says JAMBANA One World Festival Executive Producer Denise Jones. "It's a great place to celebrate and lift Canada's diversity. Come experience the sights, sounds, and tastes of the islands! The day is going to be action-packed with non-stop entertainment."
Performers include JUNO award-winning Nana McLean, three-time JUNO award nominee Steele, two-time JUNO award-winning Sattalites, two-time JUNO Award-winning Blessed, first-time JUNO Award nominee Chelsea Stewart, Warrior Love, and Dance Caribe. DJs Joshua Lucas and Soul to Soul will keep the crowds entertained all day long.
If you want to enjoy another day of the festival, the party will continue on August 5th in Toronto.
The festival will be at Toronto's Phoenix Concert Theatre, which is located at 410 Sherbourne Street. Tickets are $40 for the 19+ event and doors open at 7:00 pm.
Jamaican break-out artist, singer/rapper/guitarist KOFFEE will perform alongside five-time JUNO Award-winning Exco Levi & High Priest and JUNO Award nominee Fujahtive.
"JAMBANA is now in its 11th year and we have been blessed with growth and development over the years. We are thankful for the phenomenal support of our Canadian friends and family along with the increasing number of friends from across the US and around the world,” says the Jones & Jones team.
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