MuslimFest 2017

MuslimFest 2017

Mississauga Celebration Square

Aug 05 2017 to Aug 06 2017

Region : Greater Toronto Area     City: Mississauga

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  • 2017-08-05 2017-08-06 America/Toronto MuslimFest 2017 MuslimFest is an award-winning annual festival in Mississauga, ON, that celebrates the best in Muslim arts and entertainment. The event features over 80 local and international artists who showcase their talent in various genre or art. Launched in 2004, MuslimFest is a joint project of DawaNet and Sound Vision. Today, it is considered North America’s largest Muslim festival of its kind, attracting over 30,000 attendees annually. Concert, comedy, art exhibit, rising talent, spoken word, theatre, kids’ carnival, and multicultural bazaar constitute some of the fun activities and programs one can expect at MuslimFest. MuslimFest provides youth with opportunities to share their culture with the broader community. We believe in education through the language of art, humour, and meaningful entertainment; something that we feel can break through even the toughest cultural barriers Mississauga Celebration Square Tariq Syed [email protected]
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MuslimFest is an award-winning annual festival in Mississauga, ON, that celebrates the best in Muslim arts and entertainment. The event features over 80 local and international artists who showcase their talent in various genre or art. Launched in 2004, MuslimFest is a joint project of DawaNet and Sound Vision. Today, it is considered North America’s largest Muslim festival of its kind, attracting over 30,000 attendees annually. Concert, comedy, art exhibit, rising talent, spoken word, theatre, kids’ carnival, and multicultural bazaar constitute some of the fun activities and programs one can expect at MuslimFest. MuslimFest provides youth with opportunities to share their culture with the broader community. We believe in education through the language of art, humour, and meaningful entertainment; something that we feel can break through even the toughest cultural barriers