The Saskatchewan Filipino Music & Food Street Festival is in Saskatoon this weekend.
It started Friday at the Kiwanis Memorial Park and went from 11am until 9pm. There have been big crowds.
“With all the diversity we have here in Saskatoon, which has been growing for many years, the Philippines (community) has been growing extremely big for the past few years, so we don’t want to lose that culture and heritage,” said Chris Rodriguez, GKM Events Management CEO.
A big part of that culture and heritage is food.
Some of the food being offered includes roasted pork, spring rolls, and stir-fry noodles.