The seventh annual Embrace Truro cultural festival will celebrate the diverse cultures of Truro over two days through dance, song and activities.
The festival will kick off with a performance by Ced, Marty & Dave at the Marigold Cultural Centre on Friday.
Ced, Marty & Dave are an award-winning three-piece band from Halifax, whose performances include classic songs by artists like Robert Johnson, Eric Clapton and Howling Wolf recreated with their unique blend of the delta blues, folk and R&B.
The festival continues into Saturday with a day of free performances and activities at the Civic Square.
To start the day off, the Truro Concert Band will perform at 9:30 a.m., which will lead into opening ceremony.
Continuing into the day will be a mixture of dance and musical performances from acts and groups from around the province.
Rounding off the final hour at 1 p.m. will be the Maritime Bhangra Group and the Maritime Centre for African Dance, which will be followed by the closing ceremony at 1:55 p.m.
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Embrace Truro cultural festival
Ced, Marty & Dave
Marigold Cultural Centre