Festival features fun for all ages

The Family Fun Zone at the Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival offers children of all ages fun activities and exciting entertainment.

Jacky Essombe leads participants through one of her jam-packed African dance workshops.

Jacky Essombe leads participants through one of her jam-packed African dance workshops.

Filled with creative activities and entertaining performers, the Family Fun Zone at Roots and Blues attracts children and adults alike.

Stomp your feet and sweat to the wild rhythms of Africa with Jacky Essombe, a professional dancer, teacher and storyteller.

A cultural liaison and enthusiastic ambassador for the African culture, Essombe uses dance as a medium to entertain and engage, whatever your age.

Ready for some great children’s music that adults can enjoy too? Oh! Ogopogo! will give you exactly that.

Encouraging children to get up, dance, yell and sing along, this fast, furious and exciting act inspires activity and fun with its catchy tunes.

Treble Spot Jams performer and music therapist, Roxy Roth’s zany Clown Clan member ‘Treble’ is always getting in trouble with technology and tunes.

Utilizing colourful sights, sounds and live music, Treble will be teasing smiles out of even the most reluctant child.

Sharing messages of peace, social and cultural acceptance and unity, Vernon’s own Expression World Music Collective will perform French fusion songs and world music chants from around the globe.

Be ready to revel in their upbeat songs and beautiful harmonies.

Embark on a musical voyage in time with Family Fun Zone performer Vazzy.

Vazzy’s infectious toe tapping rhythms and instrumental arrangements will liven up any crowd.

Children participate in the show with clapping, singing, foot tapping, spoon playing and folk dance steps.

 

 

 

Salmon Arm Observer

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