TD IRIE Music Festival

TD IRIE Music Festival

Celebrate the best in Caribbean music, dance, food and culture at the TD IRIE Music Festival, Friday June 21 & and Saturday June 22, at Mississauga Celebration Square.

Featuring top international and Canadian artists. Headliners include Grammy nominated Reggae and Dancehall singer Junior Reid on Friday, June 21 and award winning International Soca star, Farmer Nappy on Saturday, June 22nd.

Special dance presentation by dance Immersion at the annual Summer Dance Showcase. Tasty and tantalizing dishes from a mix of international and Caribbean food vendors. The IRIE Jerk Competition returns for the second year. Licensed bar.

Arts and crafts vendors and a new Wellness Expo featuring a variety of vendors.

Event website: iriemusicfestival.com

Saturday, June 22, 2019 - 2:00pm to 11:00pm
Free Event
Contact Us
For more information contact
Phil Vassell or Donna McCurvin
Event Contact
905-799-1630
Donna McCurvin
Vendor Contact
905-799-1630

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