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The ‘Bangladesh Festival’ in Alberta starts on August 26

Patrick D Costa

Organized by Bangladesh Canada Association of Calgary, this festival will be held at the Genesis Center in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

More than 100,000 Bengalis live in the North American country of Canada. At this time of the year in this snow-covered country, expatriate Bengalis take part in a different gathering of Anand Utsav. And the artists of Bangladesh are invited to enliven this meeting.

The crowded ‘Bangladesh Festival Alberta 2023’ is going to be held in Calgary, Canada on August 26 and 27. Popular artists like Sabina Yasmin, folk empress Mumtaz, Lovely Dev, Tapan Chowdhury, Pratik Hasan, Imran, Balam will participate in this event. Already, many artists have come from far away Bangladesh and are staying in Canada.

Organized by Bangladesh Canada Association of Calgary, this festival will be held at the Genesis Center in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

On this occasion, massive arrangements have already started in the city. Posters and publicity campaigns of Bangladeshi stars are going on in different parts of the city. Promotion is also going on through social media to participate in the event. Online ticket purchase is also available for those living in neighboring cities.

The organizer of the event, President of Bangladesh Canada Association of Calgary, Kois Chowdhury said, not only to entertain the audience, but we want to retain our culture, history and tradition. And that is the purpose of our organization.

Vice President Kazi Junayed Hossain said, we have also arranged residential hotels so that everyone from neighboring cities and outside the city can come and enjoy the event. Our program will create a bridge between Bangladesh and Canada.

General Secretary Shubhra Das Shubo said, we have our own cultural circle. We want to highlight our culture among the new generation, create links. And for that purpose, we have organized ‘Bangladesh Festival Alberta’ at the Genesis Center in Calgary.

Members of the Alberta government are said to be present at this joyous festival of expatriate Bengalis.

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