I love this idea! MOSAIC Multicultural Festival is a day dedicated to celebrating nations from around the world with music, dance and a colourful, cultural spectacular that honours the creative and rich talents of our diverse communities.
MDA is Australia's longest serving contracted settlement provider, who work with refugees, migrants, people seeking asylum, international students and the wider community, to provide essential services and to help build a sense of belonging and independence.
Come along to the MOSAIC Multicultural Festival, set in the lush Roma Street Parkland, with its own picturesque lakeside location in the heart of Brisbane City. The quintessential locale to relax and enjoy an enthralling world culture experience. Participate in many cultures at the MOSAIC Multicultural Festival, with international cuisine, music and dance performances across three stages, youth and child-friendly activities and handmade arts and crafts.
Rwandan Cultural Dance Group - Image: courtesy of Rhett A. Evans FB
Well-known artists will be strutting their stuff at the MOSAIC Multicultural Festival, including the very energetic Sunny Coast Rude Boys, Izalco Latin America Band, Sásta Irish Band, Rwandan Cultural Dance Group and African Fusion.
The Dance Stage - will feature headlining world music and dance performances.
The World Music Stage - will feature acoustic ceremonial music performances.
The Cultural Conversations Stage - will feature cultural story telling and solo performances.
Experience the world in a day with music, dance and entertainment.
Families can journey around the world at MOSAIC Multicultural Festival, whilst enjoying the entertaining roving performers throughout the day. A diversified mix of family-friendly events will captivate every member of the family. These fun, cultural events will include:
This fabulous MOSAIC Multicultural Festival is a totally FREE event - register online here for FREE entry tickets. Donations to this cultural spectacular will be accepted on entry too. The Roma Street Parkland will come alive with 'many cultures, one community' on Sunday 7 October - a vibrant, colourful, quintessential travel experience of the world, in a day.