Philippine Festival Mississauga

Philippine Festival Mississauga

formerly “Fiesta ng Kalayaan”

Now in its 9th year, Philippine Festival Mississauga promises to be the event to go to this summer.

Enjoy the cultural presentations from local artists - dances, songs, bands and music that will turn the Square into a big dance floor! Kids from all ages will have fun at the bouncy castles. They will also learn to make Filipino crafts and play traditional Filipino games.

Savor the sumptuous dishes that the Philippines is known for - barbecue, pancit (noodles), adobo, caldereta, turon, halo-halo and many more. We have dozens of vendors both days selling food, custom jewelleries, t-shirts and Filipino decorative items.

Walk around City Centre Drive and admire the souped-up cars. Over 60 of them will be on display! Revel in the music and entertainment of a surprise popular artist from the Philippines. Come one, come all. The Philippine Festival is for everybody - kids, adults, and seniors. Admission is free!

Event website: https://www.philfestmississauga.com/

Saturday, July 6, 2019 - 11:00am to 11:00pm
Free Event
Contact Us
For more information contact:
Linda Carin
Event Contact
416-843-6069
Resty del Rosario
Vendor Contact
416-845-8747

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