SATURDAY AUGUST 11TH, 2012
The City of Vaughan and the entire York region can now celebrate the tastes, sounds, rhythms and culture of the
Caribbean, through its very own Street Parade and Festival.
:::CARIVAUGHAN STREET PARADE 11AM – 3PM:::
Maple GO Station, 30 Station St (Keele & Major Mac), Vaughan, ON, Canada
Starting at 11AM with a FREE mas block party for all at Maple GO station, masqueraders and revelers alike will take to the streets
backed by top DJs, and Steel Pan and Tassa groups from around Canada – “jumping”, “wining” and “waving” to the rhythms of the Caribbean.
Join one of the Mas bands (call: 416-444-3333) or just come with your costume from any of the major carnivals – and the Road is Yours!!!
•Caribbean & Latin Floats & Costume Bands
• Bring your costume and Jump Up on the Road
• Free parking at Maple GO Station
:::CARIVAUGHAN FESTIVAL 12PM – 8PM :::
Vaughan City Hall Grounds, 2141 Major MacKenzie Drive, Vaughan, ON, Canada
The Street Parade ends in grand fashion with a Festival at Vaughan’s City Hall.
The Festival will showcase international, and local artistes, music, dancers, vendors, and authentic Caribbean food.
Admission to the Festival is FREE.
• Live Caribbean, Soca, and Latin Performances!
• Landscaped grounds with over 5,000 capacity!
• Spectacular stage and light show!
• Kidz Zone and face painting!
• Caribbean food on sale!
• Licensed event!
• Suprises, giveaways, and much, much more!
Please call 416-316-8772 for festival opportunities: vendor, volunteer, sponsorship or parade participation
For more info
416-316-8772 ::: 416-843-2507
:::THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! :::
CariVaughan is built on the principle of planning and executing world class events that celebrate the culture and music of the
Caribbean, while ensuring that we are using our platform to educate visitors about sickle cell disease.
All donations and profits from CariVaughan go towards funding Sickle cell awareness, research, programs and services.
Our goal is the creation of a research chair appointment at a local hospital and the building of infrastructure to treat patients.
SATURDAY AUGUST 11TH, 2012 – The Road is Yours!
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