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hrm councillors: On the main stage, starting at 3 p.m., audiences will enjoy performances by Jeri Brown, Elsy Makhlouf, Diaga Irish Dance, Atlantic Kids Bhangra Group, Korean Association of Nova Scotia Drum Group, Arsoniste, Shan-E-Punjab, The Filipino Association of Nova Scotia, Rush! Bahamian Culture, Dancing Divas, SMU Taiko, Vibeat Dance Studio, East Coast Combat Hapkido, Serpentine Studios and Evolution Sounds, according to The Chronicle Herald. Along with the array of performers, some of the region's leaders will be participating in the event, including Mayor Mike Savage, Minister of Immigration Lena Diab, Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage Leo Glavine and several HRM councillors. Starting with a parade at 2 p.m. along Lower Water Street, the vibrant celebration of the city's diversity will continue with a waterfront party at Salter Lot until 9 p.m. Organized by the Halifax-based immigration platform, My Halifax Experience, the inaugural Mosaic Festival will break the mould of past multicultural festivals, wowing spectators and participants with a carnival-inspired display of colourful culture. So many cultures will be represented in the parade, on stage and in the vendors' area. We can't wait to showcase the talent we have in this city, says Ifeanyi Emesih, founder of My Halifax Experience and Mosaic Festival. ( As reported in the news.