Muhtadi International Drumming Festival 14th Annual Woodbine Park, Toronto, ON CANADA June 8, 9, 2013 The 14th Annual Edition of The Muhtadi International Drumming Festival, June 8-9, 2013 will take place for the 2nd year at Woodbine Park NE Corner of Lakeshore Blvd and Coxwell, Toronto (Beaches), Ontario, Canada. The Annual Muhtadi International Drumming Festival promises to be a 2 day family-friendly celebration full of multicultural performances and passionate, artistic people. This free festival has two Stages with over 50 performing groups. The family friendly Festival includes a Children’s Play Area, ethnic cuisine, exotic arts and crafts, workshop programs and for the adults in the crowd a strategically placed refreshment area. Interactive Long & McQuade Drum Zone. Please go to the website for the latest news. The festival celebrates the drum, its universality as an art form, and its presence in all cultures around the world.

This year the Muhtadi International Drumming Festival celebrates its 14th anniversary. We invite you to join us at Woodbine Park,  Toronto Beaches the Festival from June 8-9, 2013.

Muhtadi International Drumming Festival

14th Annual

Woodbine Park, Toronto, ON CANADA

June 8, 9, 2013

The 14th Annual Edition of The Muhtadi International Drumming Festival, June 8-9, 2013 will take place for the 2nd year at Woodbine Park NE Corner of Lakeshore Blvd and Coxwell, Toronto (Beaches), Ontario, Canada.

The Annual Muhtadi International Drumming Festival promises to be a 2 day family-friendly celebration full of multicultural performances and passionate, artistic people. This free festival has two Stages with over 50 performing groups.

MIDF 2013 PERFORMERS

Main Stage Saturday June 8th

The family friendly Festival includes a Children’s Play Area, ethnic cuisine, exotic arts and crafts, workshop programs and for the adults in the crowd a strategically placed refreshment area. Interactive Long & McQuade Drum Zone. Please go to the website for the latest news. The festival celebrates the drum, its universality as an art form, and its presence in all cultures around the world.