EarthFest

Sunday, April 25, 2010 - 16:00 to 20:00

EarthFest! brings together four very different community organizations united by the need to celebrate environmental work in our diverse communities. 

EarthFest! is a free outdoor event that has something to offer to everyone from hard core climate change activists to newcomers to Victoria who are just getting the know the environment here. Everyone loves music, dancing and food, so it will be a great chance for people to create new connections that will strengthen our communities.

EarthFest! will kick off with a wild and wonderful parade through Fernwood led by the Masala World Percussion Band. Tambura Rasa from Vancouver will perform their electrifying Flamenco, Balkan and Sharqi beats border-bashing dance show, followed by No-Issues, a unique local band with New Caledonian/reggae fusion stylings. The Moondance Dynamic Arts School will wow us with their West African dance moves, and Fernwood locals Flash in the Pan will play smokin' bluegrass music. There will also be a special guest appearance by Captain Green Beard the Enviro Pirate, plus many more great local artists and vendors!

Fernwood - Stevenson Park
Pembrooke St.
Victoria
Canada
48° 25' 54.1884" N, 123° 20' 59.1324" W
CA
Amy Cousins

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