Kitchener, ON: THEMUSEUM in downtown Kitchener, will be thanking the public for their support and kicking off a new fiscal year on July 6th by offering free admission to the ONE LOVE Festival courtesy of the Waterloo Regional Record.
Starting at noon on Saturday July 6th, all of Waterloo Region are invited to eat, drink, dance and celebrate all things Caribbean. There will be music from Starlite Steelband, a steel drum band, Jermaine Cowan performing Caribbean music, Lisbeth Cook presenting Jamaican folk dance and J Music who will also be performing Caribbean Music.
To enhance the Caribbean environment there will also be food from Ellison’s Bistro and Rainbow Caribbean Cuisine with drinks available from Marley Beverage Co. Also available for purchase will be Jamaican clothing and jewelry.
All ages are welcome to the Summer of One Love Festival as their will be face painting by Zina, as well as a Caribbean themed craft. The whole family can enjoy a day of fun and culture.
“We are thrilled to be hosting a day revolving around the culture of the music of Bob Marley,” says David Marskell, CEO of THEMUSEUM. “The Exhibit already has enabled us to have so many events surrounding Marley, music and culture, what better way to kick off the summer than with a free music festival for all ages?”
Doors open at 10 a.m.