Saturday - Sunday, March 22-23, 2013
Dorton Arena, State Fairgrounds, Raleigh, NC
Rain or Shine! All Programs Indoors. FREE Parking. Win attractive prizes on Sunday afternoon.
The Nuv Yug Cultural Organization is proud to bring you an unprecedented dazzling entertainment where a large number of performers will take the stage. Nuv Yug's India Fest is now the largest such production in the United States of America. For 2013, nearly 150 acts consisting of over 1,400 performers auditioned for an opportunity to perform at India Fest. Approximately 4 out of 5 were selected to perform at India Fest 2013. Utilizing our leading edge exclusive online technology, minute by minute schedule on the stage was displayed on a large screen. The festival opens on Saturday morning and goes on till Sunday evening. India
Fest 2013 has been a spectacular exposition of South Asian culture, and
an excellent opportunity for the Triangle community to discover Indian
cultural arts through a dazzling array of dance, music, fashion, crafts and cuisine. The festival includes
various performances by local dance groups, vocalists and musicians
of all ages as well as professional performances.
The Triangle area is home to more than 25,000 families of South
Asian descent. As this area grows and becomes more diverse, education
and understanding of our different cultures needs to be a vital part
of our community. India Fest is a great opportunity to bring our
diverse community even closer in mutual understanding and respect.
We hope to see you all at India Fest 2014 during the weekend of March 22-23, 2014!
India Fest 2013 Schedule
Nuv Yug launches Nuvodaya - A New Dawn initiative to uplift and educate underprivileged youth in India. Read more about it here.
Online registration to participate in the 2014 festival will open in November 2013. If you missed an opportunity to participate during 2013, we invite you to mark your calendar for November 2013 and visit our website then. More details for our online registration system are posted here.
India Fest is supported in part by the City of Raleigh Arts Commission.