150 Dancers come together for an electrifying dance tribute to Canada 150 at the Canadian Colour Festival, Rung De’ ONE

On Sunday July 9th the Greater Toronto Area will celebrate the spirit of Being Canadian with a bang at the Canadian colour festival, RUNG DE ONE (RDO). One hundred and fifty Canadian dancers and dholis will participate in DANCE 150, a unifying celebration for Canada 150 in the heart of the City of Mississauga.

Rung De’ ONE is a pioneer interactive event which uniquely celebrates ‘Being Canadian’ and embraces the true spirit of ‘Being One’. This year’s festival will be held near Square One at 4219 Living Arts Drive, Mississauga from 12 to 6 p.m.  In its fourth year, the outdoor colour festival expects a resounding response as Canadians come together this year to commemorate 150 years of Canada.

The natural, non-toxic, water-soluble & environmentally friendly colour powder has been especially arranged for the festival keeping in mind the well-being of festival audiences. RDO is a kids and family friendly event. The festival grounds are free for admission and RDO Colour Zone passes with unlimited colour included are available for $20.

Bollywood’s acclaimed singer & composer Manj Musik, will entertain audiences with his hits and latest chartbusters. In addition to the headliner Manj, popular DJs playing Top 40, EDM, Bollywood, dance performances and a wide variety of festive food options will comprise a fun filled day for attendees at the colour festival.

The highlight of this year’s festival is sure to be, for the first time ever 150 dancers will perform together for Dance150 at 1:30 pm & 3:30 pm to celebrate the monumental moment of Canada150 on RDO grounds. This act is choreographed by the renowned dance academy, Shiamak Toronto.

RDO festival is a colourful celebration of Canada’s multicultural heritage, which uniquely celebrates the oneness of all Canadians. At RDO, attendees play outdoors with colour powder, indulge in festival food, dance to their favourite tunes and enjoy the spirit of Being Canadian with fellow Canadians.

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