St. Charbel Lebanese Festival is an annual event that is hosted by St. Charbel Maronite Catholic Church in Mississauga, Canada. It aims to bring Lebanese people and other cultural communities together to celebrate Lebanon’s heritage.
FB | Saint Charbel Lebanese Festival The festival started in 2013 with 2500 attendees, and it grew to over 10000 people by its sixth year. This exciting summer festival will take place on July 13, 14, and 15. It features play zones, a Lebanese heritage exhibition, food, desserts, games, and raffle draws. At night, the event lights up with live Lebanese and Middle Eastern entertainment featuring various renowned singers, bands, and performers which will encourage the audience to participate in traditional Lebanese dances.
FB | Saint Charbel Lebanese Festival
Check out the agenda!Friday, July 13
From 5:00 PM – 11:00 PM: night entertainment with the singer Sandy El Rekany, DJ Mario, and the singer Wael Fayad.
Saturday, July 14
12:00 PM – 11:00 PM: Arabian Origin Band, DJ Mario, and the singers Stewart and Ziad Imaz.
Sunday, July 15
10:00 AM – 9:00 PM: night entertainment with DJ Mario, and the singer Salim Barak.
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