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Mosaic Multicultural Festival Returns To Roma Street Parklands This Spring

(Brisbane, QLD)—Today Multicultural Australia announces the return of its iconic MOSAIC Multicultural Festival, an unmissable celebration of Queensland’s diverse communities, taking place inside Roma Street Parkland on Sunday10 October.

In full spring bloom, the Parkland will set the stage beautifully for MOSAIC’s eclectic program that celebrates the Sunshine State’s multiculturalism through dance, music and the arts, a range of family-friendly activities, and a smorgasbord of mouth-watering dishes.

MOSAIC2021 is expected to be one of our biggest turnouts yet, offering attendees the chance to come together, learn about other cultures, and create lasting bonds with one another.

From dancing with some of South-East Queensland’s best performers, international drumming workshops and Rock Around the Wok cooking demonstrations, through to interactive games and music classes for the kids, MOSAIC promises something for all ages.

“MOSAIC is one of Brisbane’s most iconic celebrations of multiculturalism, bringing together people from all walks of life through a shared love of music and food right in the heart of our beautiful city,” says Multicultural Australia CEO, Christine Castley.

“It’s a wonderful opportunity for Brisbane communities to come together to try something new like cooking a different cuisine or taking part in a drumming circle, learn more about the diversity of our neighbours, friends and family, and showcase our city’s commitment to creating a safe, welcoming place for all cultures.

“The festival aims to foster greater relationships and shared understanding between cultures by putting the unique stories and contributions each individual and each community brings front and centre.

“We can’t wait to see Queensland’s vibrant mosaic of people take over the Parklands this Spring as we make this year’s MOSAIC our greatest to date!”

MOSAIC Multicultural Festival is a family-friendly event brought to life by Multicultural Australia, supported by Suncorp, Queensland Government and Brisbane City Council.

The festival will run from 10.00 am – 5.00 pm on Sunday 10 October. This event is free but please register your interest in attending so we can communicate any changes directly to you To see the full event line up and register your interest in attending, visit short URL.

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