Igbo Day 2023

Udo na Oganiru

Music: DJ Freddy | MC/Comedy: MC CHAZ

Saturday, August 12, 2023

Venue: 5600 Centre St N, Calgary, AB T2K 0T3

Days to the Event








Comedy, Drama, Cultural Dances & Shows, Igbo Delicacies

Igbo Day Table and Ticket Prices

Executive Rhodium

8 Tickets
Free Full-Page Advert
5 Bottles of Wine (2 Champagne)
Event Video – Soft Copy


8 Tickets
Free Full-Page Advert
4 Bottles of Wine (1 Champagne)
Event Video – Soft Copy


8 Tickets
Free Full-Page Advert
3 Bottles of Wine
Event Video – Soft Copy


8 Tickets
Free Half-Page Advert
2 Bottles of Wine
Event Video – Soft Copy


8 Tickets
2 Bottles of Wine


8 Tickets
1 Bottle of Wine

Half Bronze

4 Tickets


1 Ticket


1 Ticket

Advert Rates for Igbo Day 2023 Event Brochure:

Full Page $350 | Half Page $200 | Quarter Page $150 | Inside Front Cover Page $ 500 | Inside Back Cover Page $500 | Back Cover Page $600 | Center Spread $800 | Corporate Bodies $600.

For Your Advert Bookings, Contact: Charles Anowai: 587 579 4606 or Ben Omanukwue: 403 401 8487

About Igbo Day Calgary

The celebration of Igbo Day 2023 will take place August 12th this year . It is a time when Igbo people come together to showcase and promote their rich cultural heritage, traditions, language, and history. The event provides an opportunity for Igbo individuals, families, and communities to gather and celebrate their identity.

Igbo Day celebration holds significant importance for several reasons:

Cultural Preservation

Igbo Day is a means of preserving and promoting the rich cultural heritage of the Igbo people. It provides an opportunity for Igbo individuals and communities to showcase their traditional values, customs, language, arts, music, and dance.

By celebrating Igbo culture, the community ensures that its unique traditions are passed down from one generation to the next, preserving their identity and preventing cultural erosion.

Unity and Community Building

Igbo Day brings together Igbo people from different backgrounds, villages, and states, fostering unity and a sense of belonging.

It serves as a platform for community members to connect, interact, and strengthen social ties.

Through shared experiences, cultural activities, and discussions, Igbo Day promotes solidarity and collective responsibility among the Igbo people.

Education and Awareness

Igbo Day celebration plays a crucial role in educating both Igbo people and others about the cultural heritage, history, and contributions of the Igbo community.

It raises awareness about the values, traditions, and achievements of the Igbo people, helping to dispel stereotypes and misconceptions.

By showcasing their rich cultural tapestry, Igbo Day celebration promotes understanding, respect, and appreciation for Igbo culture among a wider audience.

Cultural Identity and Pride

Igbo Day serves as a source of pride and reaffirms the cultural identity of Igbo individuals.It allows them to express and celebrate their heritage without hesitation or dilution.

By participating in traditional activities, wearing traditional attire, speaking the Igbo language, and engaging in cultural practices,

Igbo people reinforce their sense of belonging and take pride in their cultural roots.

Socioeconomic Development

Igbo Day celebration also has implications for socioeconomic development within the Igbo community. The event provides a platform for showcasing Igbo entrepreneurship, creativity, and innovation.

It creates opportunities for Igbo artisans, craftsmen, traders, and performers to display and sell their products and services.

Igbo Day can stimulate economic growth, encourage investment, and promote tourism within Igbo communities.

In summary, Igbo Day celebration is important because it preserves and promotes Igbo culture, fosters unity and community building, educates and raises awareness, strengthens cultural identity and pride, and contributes to the socioeconomic development of the Igbo community

Have Questions? Please Contact:

South West Calgary

Dr. Prince Azom
587 700 2101

South East Calgary

Mr. Jekwu Onwughalu
403 629 2905

North West Calgary

Mr. Uche Obeta
403 461 8213

North East Calgary

Mr. Charles Anowai
587 579 4606


Mr. Ifedi Odinakaeze
403 681 0048

Co-chairs – Dr. Pat Okaro: 587 500 8175 | Chief Ugo Nwokeleme: 403 473 1539