Family Pavilion

Sunday, July 1, 2018

Noon to 5:00pm

Picnic Pavilion


Kunda African Music & Dance
Noon – 12:45pm

Artists from several regions of Africa, the Caribbean, and Canada share their vibrant culture through a family-orientated show. Fronted by Kocassale Dioubate, a griot (traditional story-teller, musician, entertainer, and keeper of tribal history and tradition) from the Mandingo tribe of Guinea, West Africa, Kunda also includes Canadian percussionist/dancer Sasha Belle, Cuban percussionist-extraordinaire Toto Israel Berriel (formerly with world-renown Muñequitos de Matanzas), and Ivorian acrobat and dancer Kesseke Yeo. Original compositions set to traditional rhythms. A diverse and spectacular show that takes the audience on a colorful, cultural journey. Contagiously rhythmic and joyous!


Immigrant Lessons
2pm – 2:50pm

A dance/art collective created to promote cultural pluralism through: dance, music, fashion, and visual design. It is the soul child of the collaborative efforts of two professional artists, Kevin Fraser and Alyssa Amarshi.


Calle Verde
4pm - 4:45pm

Traditionally-inspired flamenco infused with subtle flavours drawn from unexpected sources such as jazz, Latin, pop music.


Kids Stuff
Performing Arts