You will be well fed at the 25th annual Multicultural Festival in Dartmouth, an event spokesman assures those planning to stop by this weekend’s popular summer event.

In addition to enough food to fill your belly, there will also be an ample supply of music and dance, promises communications and fundraising co-ordinator Rae-Ann Kublick, with 30 different cultures represented.

The festival kicks off tomorrow night with the SuperShow on Alderney Landing, featuring Grammy award winner Paula Cole of Dawson’s Creek theme song fame, along with Canadian singers Divine Brown and Sarah Slean.

“The big concert is something new,” Kublick said. “It’s a centrepiece of the celebration.”

Friday’s musical extravaganza on Dartmouth’s waterfront will be followed by Saturday’s opening ceremonies and performances that will shine the spotlight on music and dance from around the world.

Saturday performers will dance, sing and more as residents and visitors alike can take in worldly cultural sights and sounds.

The opening ceremonies at 5 p.m. will formally usher in the festival and following that there will be a dance extravaganza featuring styles such as Lebanese, Chinese, Scottish and Egyptian.

“The festival has built a loyal following over the years and everyone I’ve spoken to is very excited about it,” Kublick said.