Carabram, Brampton’s Multicultural Festival and one of the biggest in Canada is back again!
This year’s pavilions include Africa, Caribbean, Eelam, India, Ireland, Portugal, Philippines, Canada, Hawaii and three new pavilions — Latin America, China and Nepal.
A $12 passport gives you unlimited access to all pavilions and festival programming for the full weekend. This year’s Latin American pavilion will feature a live mariachi band, a dance floor for salsa, cultural food like Mexican tacos, puposas and more.
The China pavilion will be a delegation inside of the Caribbean pavilion with cultural performances and food on Saturday. One of Carabram’s biggest pavilions, Eelam, is also back for another year with lots of entertainment, food and a huge marketplace of cultural goods. The Eelam pavilion, and the festival as a whole brings in people from across the GTA every year.
For a full list of pavilions and to purchase your passport, click here. Children under 12 are free to Carabram.
This year, Brampton multicultural youth council will run a youth zone of fun, interactive activities for young people at various pavilions throughout Saturday.
List of pavilions and locations
Brampton Soccer Centre – 1495 Sandalwood Pkwy E.
Chris Gibson Recreation Centre – 125 McLaughlin Rd N
Terry Miller Recreation Centre – 1295 Williams Pkwy
Bramalea Lions Hall – 45 Avondale Blvd
Century Gardens Recreation Centre – 340 Vodden St E
Judith Nyman Secondary School – 1305 Williams Pkwy
Unifor Hall – 23 Regan Rd #1