An international bazaar, food fest, art exhibits, and festival stages will combine faith traditions and Canadian culture when MuslimFest returns to the GTA over Labour Day weekend.
The annual festival will take place at Celebration Square in Mississauga from August 30 to September 1, and is free to attend.
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The event features over 80 local and international artists who showcase their talent in various genres of art. According to the event’s website, it is considered North America’s largest Muslim festival of its kind, attracting over 30,000 attendees annually.
Look forward to a line-up of entertainers, art exhibits, workshops on Arabic calligraphy, and papercrafts. Plus, a vibrant bazaar stocked with everything from fragrant oils and Turkish clothing to Middle Eastern ornaments, and more.
Food-wise, new this year to the event will be a “Food District” featuring a plethora of mouthwatering food trucks. So arrive hungry!
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When: August 30 to September 1
Where: Celebration Square, 300 City Centre Drive, Mississauga