The TD IRIE Music Festival is celebrating its 15th anniversary as one of the GTA’s most highly anticipated summer events. Taking place at Mississauga Celebration Square, this year’s celebrations takes place over two days: Friday, June 23 to Saturday, June 24.
TD IRIE Music Festival is a culturally diverse event that will feature international and Canadian artists in various artistic disciplines: music, dance, spoken word, visual arts and culinary arts. A diverse array of Caribbean and international tropical foods, drinks and unique gift ideas complete this event. It is free for the whole family. A beer and wine garden will be part of the event as is the special IRIE Craft Beer for the second year in a row. There is something there for everyone as we celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday Celebrations!
International and Canadian musicians will perform on the main stage at Celebration Square representing genres from reggae, soca, and world music to soul/r&b. This year’s headliners include a selection of artists such as the dynamic lover’s rock and dancehall singer, Da’Ville to Aaron “Voice” St. Louis, winner of his second consecutive International Soca Monarch title in Trinidad in 2017.
Other artists include Moses Revolution, one of Toronto’s top soca bands and Blessed, a Juno-award winning and international reggae artist.
Festival Dates and Times:
Friday, June 23rd, 2017, 6-11 p.m.
Saturday, June 24th, 2017, 2-11 p.m.
Admission is FREE
Location: Mississauga Celebration Square, which is part of Mississauga’s Civic Centre, is located at 300 City Centre Drive, just south of the Living Arts Centre and north of the Mississauga Central Library.
For full artist line up and schedule visit Website
Note: Unfortunately there will not be a TD Irie Festival in Downtown Toronto this year.