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Jambana One World Festival Celebrates Emancipation Day


In celebration of this week’s Emancipation Day, Jambana One World Festival will take place on Monday, Aug. 7 from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Gage Park in Brampton, Ont. Canada’s premier family festival, Jambana celebrates the sights, sounds, and tastes of this nation’s diversity.

The festival ignites passion and inspires creativity, while representing Canada’s African and Caribbean communities through performances by internationally acclaimed bands, artists, and Juno winners.

Headliner Fab 5 celebrates 50 years in the music industry, while other featured acts include Steele, Nana McLean, Joshua Lucas, Rayzalution, Kairo McLean, Chelsea Stewart, Dance Caribe, Dale Brown & True Praise and Hardcore Band. The festivities this year are hosted by Master T and Tanya Mullings.

Admission is free and, in addition to great vibes and rhythms, the festival will feature arts and crafts vendors, community vendors, as well as delicious food. There’s tons of free parking in downtown Brampton. Bring a lawn chair for maximum enjoyment of the show.

Jambana One World Festival has grown via years of world-class concerts, theatrical productions and festivals. It is produced by Jones & Jones Productions Ltd., founded by Denise Jones and Allan Bucka Jones in 1987. The first was the all-night Reggae On Yah in 1987 in Toronto.

Today, Jambana One World Festival has evolved tremendously as it represents Canada’s growing cultural diversity in its finest form. Feel the rhythms and experience the sights, sounds, tastes and global diversity at Jambana.

Get more information on the festival website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.


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