Folklore Festival – Travel the World in 48 Hours

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Kaminari Wan Taiko Japanese Drummers — at FOLKLORE FESTIVAL. Jamie Bananish ©2014
Kaminari Wan Taiko Japanese Drummers — at FOLKLORE FESTIVAL. Jamie Bananish ©2014
The Thunder Bay Folklore Festival gets under way at Fort William Gardens in May
The Thunder Bay Folklore Festival gets under way at Fort William Gardens in May

THUNDER BAY – One of Thunder Bay’s most popular events is drawing near. The 42nd annual Folklore Festival will let you “Travel the World in 48 Hours”.

The Folklore Festival will be held May 2-3 at the Fort William Gardens.

The festival is presented by the Thunder Bay Multicultural Association.

Carribean Chicken at the Folklore Festival
Carribean Chicken at the Folklore Festival

There will be tantalizing international foods, incredible entertainment, ‘shop-the-world’ booths, an activity-packed Children’s Area, and local artists on site awaiting you.

You will also be eligible to win a FREE “Trip for 2 anywhere Porter flies”, courtesy of Porter Airlines.

Dance to “The Imbayakunas” from Ecuador and Toronto playing “Music of the Andes” and “HOT Latin Rhythms” Sat. 7:30pm. Get ready for the most colourful Festival our Region has to offer—the Folklore Festival 2015!

Visit www.folklorefestival.ca for more information.

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

Saturday May 2 12 to 11pm

Sunday May 3 12 to 7pm

Ukrainian Dancers at Folklore Festival
Ukrainian Dancers at Folklore Festival
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