Mark your calendar for Labour Day Weekend (Aug 30 – Sep 1)
Sankat Mochan Samiti Inc. is delighted to announce its fourth year grand initiative of community building in conjunction with the City of Monash and Monash University and will be organising Rang Barse – Festival of colours on Sunday, March 24th, 2019 @ Monash University Clayton Complex.
Rang Barase (Shower of Colours) – Festival of Colours, on Sunday 24th March 2019 at Northern Plaza, Campus Centre @Monash University- Clayton Campus, Wellington Rd., Clayton, Vic. 3800 from 11.00 AM to 6.00 PM.
All stalls and sponsorship enquiries are welcome. Please contact Arvind Shrivastava at 0427274462.
The Rang Barase theme is to bring the communities and individuals with different cultural, religious and national background to come together and enjoy the feeling of companionship and friendship amongst known and unknowns by sharing the fun of sprinkling and dusting the beautiful dry
colours on each other signifying that the Mother nature’s scheme of beautiful colours is non-discriminatory and it creates a blissful complementary combination of pleasure enjoyed by everyone.
This day-long festival has the potential of bringing thousands of people at one place and at the same time.
The colourful attractions in combination with international cultural, food cuisines, camel rides and children rides will create an attractive festive fair ambience.
Our team effort will ensure the delivery of the best of experiences for all the attendees with everlasting impressions.
Free Entry to the festival of colorful fun for the whole family!!
Alcohol-free event!! Live DJs!!
Organic colour sold at the venue. Please refrain from bringing any colours from outside.
Mount Eden Rd, Three Kings, Auckland 1042, New Zealand
Holi 2019: Festival of Colours is a celebration of Holi, which is one of the most important & popular festivals of India. There will be entertainment, fun, food and starch-based Colours to play with. Come, join us in the festival at The Prince Alfred Square, Cnr Church St & Victoria Rd, and be a part of fun & festivity. It’s a FREE Entry. Note: COLOURS FROM OUTSIDE NOT ALLOWED.
Fusion Entertainments brings back the colorful fiesta for the 6th year in Melbourne’s North!!!
FESTIVAL OF COLORS 2019
SUNDAY, 3 MARCH ✪ BUNDOORA PARK
(Reserve 4- 1069 Plenty Road, Bundoora)
COLORS | MUSIC | DANCE | FOOD | ENTERTAINMENT
✪ FREE Entry
✪ FAMILY Event
✪ KIDS Fun Activities
✪ FREE Parking
✪ SECURED Area
✪ NO ALCOHOL Zone
COME & JOIN THE MADNESS!
Sponsorship & Stall Bookings
Gaurav 0422 655 710 ✪ Saurabh 0469 781 298
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Come celebrate all things FIJIAN! Only at Auckland’s Fiji Festival, brought to you by Tarana! Food, dances, art stalls, music and amusements, all centered around the beautiful Fijian culture, for a fun family day out!
Fiji Festival on 9th Dec, 12noon-7pm at Vodafone Event Center, 770, Great North Road, Manukau, Auckland. Enjoy Food, Dance, Stalls and amusements.
Originating in ancient Tamil temple music, the combined power of these unique drums and horns transcends time to stir the soul. The parade will be followed by Bharatanatyam Kalakshetra Baani dance.
Nathaswara Thavil Music of Global Inc.
Lead: Vidwan Dr. A. Murugathas Group
Naatha Parai Canada
Lead: Master S. Sivasothy Group
Abhinayakshetra Fine Arts Canada
Karthiha Parthiban MFA, Artistic Director
Karthiha Parthiban is an Indian classical dance lecturer, choreographer and artistic director of Abhinayakshetra Fine Arts Canada. Karthiha graduated from Kalakshetra Foundation, the world renowned institution in Chennai, India. She is a multifaceted artist with exceptional choreographic skill and musicality. In pursuit of exploring the intricacies of Bharatanatyam, she has established an identity in the discipline of Bharatanatyam in India as well as abroad.
Informed by the notion of “intersections,” the 17th annual edition of Small World Music Festival presents an eclectic mix of artists from around the globe – and around the corner. Traditional and cutting-edge forms are juxtaposed as Small World Music looks to the past and towards the future of culturally diverse music in homage to WOMAD Festival – World of Music, Art and Dance festival. Co-produced with Harbourfront Centre and sponsored by TD Bank.
A Indian multi-cultural festival will be celebrated with entertainment for children and the whole family. There will be live music, singing, magic show, face painting, kids performances, book fair, question & answer booth. A special feature of the celebration is the Chariot Parade (Ratha Yatra), the oldest known parade in the world, and the Festival of India.
All are welcome. Free admission. Wholesome fun for kids and the entire family SPECIAL: VERY VISUAL event with colorful traditional costumes and flower decorations. All are warmly invited to attend this joyous, colorful festival, free of charge. Take advantage of a rare chance to experience the vibrancy of India, right here in Brampton.
Photography is permitted.
When: July 28th, 2018 (Saturday)
Where: Chinguacousy Park, Brampton
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Biggest South Asian Festival in Brampton!! Loads of fun, music, dance and arts for the entire family!