Worldwide Earth Festival in Canada Names Domlebo Official Spokesman


On June 12th 2010 at 7:30pm, writer & composer Domlebo will be part of the festival kick off at Café Bistro TribuTerre for the 6th edition of the Worldwide Earth Festival in Canada.

Domlebo’s green awareness is no secret as he proudly wears clothing creations from SOAP (made of recycled clothing) and offsets his greenhouse gas emissions through ZEROCO2. His considerable contribution to an environmental and humanistic cause during his upcoming summer tour in Quebec was one the main factors in his selection.

As part of the Worldwide Earth Festival, Domlebo will be performing 5 shows in the Montreal , Rimouski and Mont Tremblant area’s during the festival, in addition to many other sponsored activities around Quebec in celebration of the 2010 edition.
About: The Worldwide Earth Festival is a non-profit organization, which seeks to educate     people wishing to join an environmental, fair, and respectable cause. Represented in over 15 countries, the festival will simultaneously be celebrated across the globe, demonstrating the importance of the union of information, generations, and actions for   the preservation of the Earth.

The Worldwide Earth Festival in Canada is linked to a common global charter, which includes all of the countries hosting the Earth Festival around the world. The charter stands out, thanks to its inclusion of an agreement to act without political, religious or dogmatic mandates, and by encouraging membership through behavior, which is respectful of differences.

The global mission of the festival is to unite all the players of all the social and cultural media in achieving a common goal: preserving and contributing positively to our planet, and supporting noble causes for our environment. The “souche” initiative comes to us from France, where this charter was defined, and which promises to act without moralizing in order to encourage the general public, in an educational and fun way, to embrace the principles of solidarity, fraternity and ecology in an inspirational manner!
Since the festival’s premiere edition in 2005, the Worldwide Earth Festival in Canada     has been entirely run by volunteers and is open to everyone in promoting global   solidarity. Moreover, the Worldwide Earth Festival in Canada is protected by a  trademark and you can contribute to its expansion by soliciting a license to use it in order to promote its vision. For more information on the festival, or to find out how to submit activity ideas, please contact the general management of the festival in Canada: 514-815-4489

Schedule for this year’s edition, running from June 12th to June 28th 2010:
From June 12th to June 28th, you have an appointment at TribuTerre every night (excluding Sundays) beginning at 7:00 pm to come and appreciate artists performing for our planet.

TribuTerre bistro is a participant of the festival in the St-Michel quarter, located in front of Cirque du Soleil and La Tohu. Collaborating on the cultural component of the festival, they add a multicultural flavour to the festivities.  For more details:

For the creative arts aspect of the festival, Fête Champêtre will be held on June 13th, from noon to 6:00pm, and will be hosted by the Conseil des artistes québécois. In the beautiful Mont-Royal cemetery, you will find painters, musicians, sculptors and history. An exhibition indoors, music, improvised theatre with LAB'l, live painting, and an  outdoor trail of 1.2 km to explore, filled with artists and history.

The Maison de l'amitié will present the Peace Festival (8th edition), in collaboration with MCC Québec, and will join forces with the Worldwide Earth Festival on June 17th, 18th and 19th. The proposed activities include workshops and lectures on peace, artwork and live performances, an exhibition of art, a screening of shorts based on the subject of peace, a free outdoor concert, exhibition booths of organizations focused on peace, and public testimony from proponents of peace. et

The Worldwide Earth Festival in Canada was the instigator of the famous Grand Défilé Vert GDV, which will be held at the Salon National de l'Environnement this year on June 17th, 2010 in Hangar 16 of the Old Port of Montreal.

Volet artistes affiliés of the festival: A night of slam-musique is organized by JUNE in collaboration with Montrévolutional: La culture, S'läme de la terre. Slam event, music and live painting. Guests: Ivy, Dwayne Morgan, Fabrice Koffy, June, Éliz Robert on June 19th at 6:00 pm at TribuTerre. More info: and at Brutopia on the 22nd of June at 8:30 pm: Elain Ryan and CAB. Info:

The CréaTerre association of Rimouski will stage volet belle région, a variety of activities spread over four consecutive days (the 18th, 19th, 20th, and 21st of June) with original ideas for each day and diverse locations filled with a variety of activities and presentations. The full schedule can be found on the festival’s official site, under the Rimouski section.

The 26th of June at Kanata Tremblant: Ecovillage and Bois Rond will host the official spokesperson of the Worldwide Earth Festival in Canada, Domlebo, for a duo concert along with the founder of the festival in Canada, Mrs. Suzanne Moussette, and other various artists who will come to sing their “thank-yous” to our beautiful planet! The show is free and everyone is invited. Volet familial: a big party! All donations will be given to the Earth Festival and the event will take place in a large mine, under the open sky! La Mine D'Art! More information: (819) 421-1152

Also participating, the Cité écologique d'Ham-Nord ( along with several other independent Quebec initiatives, the Festival de la musique de Québec, volunteering citizens who have shared and continue to share the festival’s values, and the volet coopératif du Festival.

20000 Lieues sur la terre: The Worlwide Earth Festival is proud to support the initiative of Arielle De Garie and Stéphane Demers as an affiliated international ambassador. Supporting ardor and courage, De Garie and Demers took to realizing a voyage around the world in search of happiness.
For More information please contact:
Suzanne Moussette
General Manager,
Worldwide Earth Festival Canada