A new festival is coming to the Greater Toronto Region that promises to indulge all five of our senses. It’s a Celebration of what makes this country one of the best places to live. The foundation of this incredible event – culture!
Culture is what drives us to connect, learn, and grow. It gives us the opportunity to embrace traditions that we wouldn’t have a chance to experience otherwise. Culture takes on many forms from the way we dress to the foods we eat, and the influences of the music we listen to.
When it comes to combining all of our cultures together in one community, there’s no better place than this! If you’re looking for a trip around the world in just one day – the GTA is the place to be!
Spain, Italy, Greece, China, India, Japan, Jamaica, the list goes on … and it’s all nestled between the sky rises and subtle architecture. It can be heard through car speakers, the infusion of spices filling the air, the colours and symbols adorning the storefronts.
The Greater Toronto Region is not just a combination of cities, it’s a market for unity.
For Sandra Awuku, unity is something she celebrates every day in her line of work. She’s the CEO/Founder of SA Management Group. SA Management Group is a business to business organization specializing in corporate solutions, content creation, and event management.
When it comes to managing an event like Flavours of our World, she’s pretty excited. Says Sandra “Flavours of our World is a showcase of beauty and strength that lies within our differences in taste and creativity. It’s also about giving back to the community that helps us grow.”
Flavours of our World offers something for everyone. It takes you on an incredible journey that you won’t soon forget. It’s a two day festival that offers incredible music, delicious food, a non-stop midway, and more. It’s the perfect segue way into the Summer holidays.
Taking a glance at the website, it’s hard to decide what to look at first. It awakens the senses and appeals to anyone who appreciates food, music, and culture. Flavours promises to serve you up “culture and history on a plate … or bowl.”
Some devine dishes to expect at Flavours include:
- Plus a variety of meats to choose from as well!
The line up of artists performing during the two days include:
- UK’s Sam Callahan
- Canadian Rapper Luxe
- Collingwood native Sofia Blu
- The Voice’s Brian Nhira
- Producer/Musician Ro Bradley
- Fiddle loving Fiddlestix
- Hip Hop Artist Joshua Houeto
- Country charmer Barbara Lynn Doran
- Rising star Shane Cloutier
- Latin artist Santerias
- R&B Artist Madette
- Alissa Skorik
- and 8 year old Carter Lane
Don’t forget the rides for the little ones (and the big kids too!), and an exhibit of talent that offers a variety of art forms to choose from. There’s nothing boring about this festival!
Tickets are just $7 plus hst for a single day pass and $13 plus hst for both days. Children under 4 are free and between 5 to 11 years old – only $3 plus hst (please note: the midway is not included in the price). You couldn’t ask for a better way to spend the last weekend before school let’s out for the summer.
Catch the Flavours of our World Festival June 23 and 24 at the Woodbridge Fairgrounds in Vaughan.
Click here for more information or to buy tickets now!