Music lovers are getting a taste of music from around the world as well as all kinds of weather at the 25th annual Mission Folk Music Festival this weekend.
The rain that has fallen hasn't dimmed music lovers' spirits and festivalgoers enjoyed sun on Saturday and continuous entertainment by shining performers from around the world at Fraser River Heritage Park
The festival showcases international artists from six continents and seven seas.
On Saturday and Sunday, performers entertained on the day stages, and evening performances are at the main stage.
Performers on Saturday included Canada's beloved First Nations musician Buffy Sainte-Marie, folk artist David Francey and an amazing array of musicians from Sweden and Denmark including the rollicking big band Habadekuk, and the 'voice of Greenland,' Rasmus Lyberth.
From Brazil, the festival has virtuoso artists accordion player Renato Borghetti and guitarist Arthur Bonilla, plus Minor Empire, Colum Sands, Los Pinguos, Eliza Gilkyson and The Teetotalers.
Sunday night the main stage features Talavya, the mesmerizing tabla band from India, along with Colum Sands, the stylings of Los Pinguos, The Teetotalers and David Francey.
For a full list of performers, schedule, and ticket prices, go to www.missionfolkmusicfestival.ca