Travel the World in 48 Hours

Kaminari Wan Taiko Japanese Drummers — at FOLKLORE FESTIVAL. Jamie Bananish ©2014
Kaminari Wan Taiko Japanese Drummers — at FOLKLORE FESTIVAL. Jamie Bananish ©2014

Dancing on the main stage at Folklore during the opening ceremonies - Photo by Mackenzie
Dancing on the main stage at Folklore during the opening ceremonies – Photo by Mackenzie

THUNDER BAY – LIVING – “Travel the World in 48 Hours” at the 45th Folklore Festival May 5th-6th at the Fort William Gardens in Thunder Bay, Ontario presented by the Thunder Bay Multicultural Association. Tantalizing international foods, imported wines and beers, incredible entertainment, “stop-the-world” booths, an activity-packed Children’s Area with all FREE activities (running 12 to 6 pm Daily), beautiful exhibits and displays, and local artists on site await you.

Our Saturday night Feature Entertainers “Café Paris – Martin Blanchet Jazz Quintet” will take us on “a trip to Paris” with a lively selection of French songs, Cabaret, Gypsy jazz, modern and world music, chansons françaises, cabaret, jazz manouche, musique moderne et mondiale, featuring some of the city’s most diverse and talented musicians. Sat. May 5th from 7:30pm-10:00pm.

Visitors also have a chance to WIN “a Free Stay-Cation” courtesy of the Victoria Inn Hotel and Convention Centre, Thunder Bay.

Get ready for the most colourful Festival our Region has to offer—Folklore Festival 2018!

Adults $5, Seniors/Students $3, Children 4-12 $1, Under 4 FREE

Saturday, May 5th                     12 noon to 11 pm

Sunday, May 6th                 12 noon to 7 pm

Visit www.folklorefestival.ca for more information.