Friday July 19, 2019 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Saturday July 20, 2019 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Sunday July 21, 2019 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Singing, dancing and live music / Ukrainian food village and beer garden / Marketplace / Entertainment and nightlife / Cultural workshops and demonstrations / Church tours and sacred music choirs / Children’s activities
Ottawa's Capital Ukrainian Festival is an internationally recognized celebration of Ukrainian Arts and Culture that engages with the community in meaningful ways, enriches residents’ lives, and draws broad and diverse audiences to its annual celebration, ultimately making Ottawa the premiere Ukrainian festival destination.
“Ukrainians are famous for their entertainment party, fun and hospitality. Boy, have we got a lineup of party, dance, art, culture, and performance for you this year. Bet you can't attend just one show!”
The Toronto-based band ZIRKA Is excited to be at this year’s OCUF. With deep Canadian-Ukrainian roots and a passion for traditional Ukrainian music, the band continually strives to create a distinctive lively zabava sound that pleases listeners of all ages.
“Selo” is the Ukrainian word for “village”. The name of the group, “Selo Ukrainian Dancers” is perfect for the group who had its humble beginnings in a village - a small village east of Winnipeg.
Recognized throughout the world for outstanding musical performances, Montreal’s Kleztory is considered one of the best klezmer bands on the international stage.
Desna School is a Toronto-based Ukrainian dance school under the artistic direction of Virksy trained Luba & Yuri Grekov.
Windsor Barvinok Ukrainian Dance School and Ensemble
Windsor Barvinok Ukrainian Dance School and Ensemble was established in 1987 under the direction of Taras and Debbie Rohatyn and has been entertaining the community and surrounding areas for over 30 years.
Kolizhanky – “Friends” - joined together by their love of rural songs of Ukrainian village women. This group brings to life traditional village songs of work, love, nature, and ancient rituals.
Oto-Wa Taiko has been bringing the dynamic sights and sounds of Japanese drumming (taiko) to public and private events and schools in the National Capital Region since 1989.
Viva Mexico! has promoted its Mexican roots through music and dance for more than 15 years.