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Celebrating its 11th anniversary in 2013, the TD IRIE Music Festival is a multi-day, family, friendly festival taking place over three great weekends of the summer:
Join the celebration of music—from Reggae to Salsa, Soul to African; dance from the African Diaspora presented in association with dance Immersion, spoken word, visual arts exhibition, delicious tropical food & drinks and more.
The TD IRIE Music Festival has expanded once again to Memorial
Park in downtown Oshawa to meet the demands of residents and
visitors in the culturally diverse communities of Durham region.
Join us on Saturday, July 20th and Sunday, July 21 at Memorial Park
for two days of family-friendly fun at IRIE Oshawa.
Mississauga Celebration Square, will once again be host to the second year of IRIE Mississauga. Conveniently located next door Square One Shopping Mall, the festival takes place on Saturday, July 13th and Sunday, July 14th. Rated one of the best outdoor stages in Canada, this $40 million dollar facility is an ideal location for residents from the region of Peel and beyond to come together to celebrate all things irie!
The third and final Weekend of the TD IRIE Music Festival returns to Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square from Friday, August 2 to Monday, August 5th. All are invited to help us celebrate the IRIE’s 11th successful year in the heart of the City.