Music Monday | Sainte Famille Choir | International Stage: Performing for the first time in Canada, the Sainte Famille Choir comes to the CNE from Haiti. Made up of young adults between the ages of 12 and 24, recruited from the community in the city of Jeremie and the local parish, the choir performs popular English songs like “Happy” by Pharrell Williams, as well as songs from their Haitian folklore repertoire. #CNE2014 #Haiti #letsgototheex #toronto #concerts #musicmonday
Music Monday | The CNE’s daily Mardi Gras Parade will be making its way around the grounds again this year featuring marvelous marching musicians (try saying that ten times fast)! If you want those bead necklaces, you’re gonna have to scream louder than their terrific tunes. | #summer #CNE2016 #letsgototheex #musicmonday #toronto #parade
Music Monday | The Northern Comfort Saloon will be in full swing for its second summer at the CNE! Featuring a mechanical bull, beer garden and an array of country music performers! Be on the lookout for performer details on our social feeds and website! | #summer #CNE2015 #letsgototheex #concert #musicmonday #toronto #northerncomfortsaloon
The Dionne Quints were the world’s first quintuplets to survive. Born in 1934 near North Bay Ontario, they were taken from their parents when they were four months old and remained in the custody of the Canadian government until they were nine years old!
Music Monday | The Mighty Diamonds| Toronto Star Bandshell | Aug 16: “The Mighty Diamonds” is a Jamaican harmony trio, recording roots reggae with a strong Rastafarian influence. They are best known for their 1976 debut album “Right Time” and the 1979 release, “Deeper Roots.” Acclaimed as the most consistent and long-running vocal trio in Jamaican musical history, The Mighty Diamonds has been entertaining and educating the world with their sweet harmonies and conscious lyrics.