The Kultrún World Music Festival has been dubbed the region’s largest annual outdoor dance party and is produced by Neruda Arts.
This festival is a free, family-friendly event that attracts both visitors and residents alike. The purpose of the festival is to bring together top talent from around the world to help celebrate diversity.
This year The Kultrún World Music Festival 2024, is scheduled from July 12 to July 14, 2024.
Building on last year's success with over 5,000 attendees, this year it will take place at Waterloo Park.
Volunteer at the Kultrun World Music Festival 2024!
Neruda Arts offers a variety of free classes including free language classes, latin dance classes & more.Learn More
At Neruda Arts, we offer free art workshops for felting, arpillera, beading, macrame and more.
Enjoy free art gallery exhibitions at Neruda Arts, accompanied by live music and art sales.Learn More
Enjoy free live music and intimate mini-concerts in our inclusive and diverse Neruda Arts Studio.Learn More
Neruda Arts’ team offers a great lineup of events, free classes, free art workshops, live music, theatre performances and more in 2023. Many of our events are also FREE of charge and are made for all.
Neruda Arts is recognized as a GreatNonProfits Top-Rated NonProfit, and is a trusted choice for NFP art, live music, adult classes, language classes, a creative art studio and more. We are always looking for volunteers in the community that are as passionate about art and culture as we are. As a trusted non for profit organization in the Waterloo region, we greatly appreciate your ongoing support while bringing our creative visions to life.
We would love to connect with you!
Our address is 8 Spring Street, and our entrance is located at the back of the building, most easily accessed from the parking lot located off Albert Street West, between the St Jacobs Playhouse Theatre and Hamel Brooms.
Please note that parking is not permitted behind the St James Evangelical Lutheran Church. Public Transportation: Grand River Transit bus stop is just one block away at King Street and Front Street.
The route is #21 from Conestoga Mall to Elmira.
"Neruda Arts is one of the most important organizations for Arts and Culture in the KW Region. Their work is authentic and Isabel Cisterna, for founder, one of the most amazing role models and mentors in our Region.
- Carolina M.
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