The Iraqi Festival of Toronto - Hay El Iraqia

The Iraqi Festival of Toronto - Hay El Iraqia

Hay El Iraqia

The Iraqi Canadian Society of Ontario is proud to invite you to its yearly Iraqi Cultural Festival, an event that aims to build bridges and strengthen the bonds between Iraqi and Canadian cultures.

Hay El Iraqia or This is the Iraqi Woman, is an artistic journey using various forms of art to pay tribute to the Iraqi woman and her major role in society throughout the years whether in Iraq or abroad.

The journey starts with an art gallery of various renowned painters, celebrating Iraqi women and their role in building a better life and brighter future. The theatre lobby will be open at 5pm for viewing.

Treasures of Shaherazad, is a fashion show by the Iraqi French designer Hanaa Sadiq. This will be a unique blend between the magical stories of the Arabian Nights and high fashion.

Lastly, the journey sets it's anchor with the Iraqi Canadian singer Nova Emad and a debut album release concert of Khayef Aleh, that's been mostly produced in Canada by Iraqi Canadian artists.

This event is organized by a group of young Iraqi-Canadian artists with Beam Note Studios supervision.

Please join us on August 25, 2018 at Meadowvale Theatre in Mississauga at 5:00pm.

This event is produced by the Iraqi Canadian Society of Ontario.

Saturday, August 25, 2018 - 7:00pm
Tickets
Orchestra: $63.85 tax incl.
Balcony: $52.55 + tax
Contact Us
The Iraqi Canadian Society
647-648-7822

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