MuslimFest 2019

MuslimFest 2019

MuslimFest is an award-winning annual festival that celebrates the best in arts, culture and entertainment. The event features local and international artists who will showcase their talent. Concerts featuring popular Muslim artists, comedy shows, a multicultural bazaar, and a kids' carnival are just some of the fun activities that will be at MuslimFest.

MuslimFest is made for the entire family. Through our ever-changing workshops, we offer something new for everyone to learn. Our festival provides the community with opportunities to connect through the language of art, humour, and meaningful entertainment.

MuslimFest is the largest of its kind event in North America and has been winning Top 100 FEO award for last 11 years. It also received various local and national recognition in recent past, including Best Social Media Campaign and Best Greening of Festival awards.

Event website: www.muslimfest.com

Friday, August 30, 2019 - 2:00pm to 11:00pm
Free Event
Contact Us
For more information contact:
Tariq Syed
Event Contact
647-872-2015
Bazaar Officer
Vendor Contact
647-872-2015

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