One of India's most colorful and popular festival comes to Jersey City once again, on May 5, 2018. Enjoy the day on Jersey City's waterfront with friends and family, amidst, Live performances | Color playing | Delicious Food | Clothing and Jewelry Bazaar | Vendors | Colors Countdown | Raffle and prizes | DJ | Dancing
A 501(c)3 charity whose mission is to inspire dance through the celebration of diversity. Our volunteer supported organization produces the annual Dance Parade on Broadway followed by DanceFest in Tompkins Square Park. In the months leading up to the Parade and Festival we offer Community Engagement Programs in Schools, Recreation Facilities and Senior Centers throughout New York City.
Parade route starts on 21st Street and Broadway all the way to Avenue A, with the Mainstage at Tompkinds Sq Park!
Come and watch Saung Budaya and thousands of dancers celebrate this years theme of The Cabaret Of Life!
NYC Multicultural Festival is for EVERYONE; it's about celebrating all cultural expressions through music, dance, poetry, art, food, fashion, etc. The festival is organized for the community by the community. The theme for this year's festival is WATER.
The Henry J. Leir Stage and Marcia & Seymour Simon Performance Space, comprise this outdoor amphitheatre with a panoramic view of the Berkshires Hills. An essential part of the Pillow’s mission and a beloved tradition, Inside/Out performances are free and open to the public. Audiences of all ages and walks of life travel from around the world and right down the road to meet new people and enjoy the art of dance as a community.
Every year Inside/Out performances feature a variety of styles. Past performances have included classical ballet, tap, jazz/musical theatre dance, hip-hop, flamenco, traditional Korean dance, India’s bharata natyam, and many other genres. Performances are family-friendly and are followed by a brief question and answer session with the audience.
Patrons are welcome to arrive early to claim a seat or to bring chairs from home. Food and drink are welcome in the performance space.
Join us at the Asia Stage as we showcase Indonesia's Diversity through traditional dance.
Saturday, January 27th at 12:15PM
Sunday, January 28th at 1:45PM
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On September 23, 2017, Turn Park Art Space, located in the heart of West Stockbridge will be transformed into an Indonesian archipelago highlighting its six main islands - Java, Sumatra, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Bali and Papua. Upon arrival, travelers will be handed a “Passport” with six empty circles. During their visit, “tourists” can “island hop” to collect six stamps from the six costumed tour guides while enjoying the wealth of Indonesia. There will be food, dance, music, arts and crafts as well as young Indonesian artists.
This year’s theme, “Temple of the Gods,”, will give visitors the opportunity to learn more about Indonesia’s diverse beliefs and traditions that have been in existence for hundreds of years. At the end of their visit, those who successfully collect six stamps will be awarded a special Indonesian country fair patch. It is an Indonesian adventure in the heart of the Berkshires!
Since the 19th century, country fairs have provided local people an opportunity to come together and enjoy the finest in entertainment, hand-made crafts, delicious food and to share information.
For Indonesians, food and family are everything, so what better way than a Country Fair to experience and enjoy all things Indonesian?
For centuries the Indonesian archipelago, a majestic chain of lush green islands and vast canvas of paradise has captivated countless seamen in their voyage for the new world, exotic spices, mythical creatures, and triumph. As nutmegs, cloves and cubeb pepper astronomically priced for its believed medicines and magic potions, successive waves of European drawn to this part of the world sought to dominate the spice trade.
As we celebrate our Independence Day, come and join us for the 3rd Annual Indonesian Street Festival (ISF) 2017 in Manhattan, experience the sights, sounds and smells of the largest archipelago on earth. The ISF 2017 will have more performances, more food, more Indonesian cultures, more laughs, more tastes, and definitely more fun than ever. "The Spice Islands" will be this year theme, in conjunction with 350 Years of Breda Treaty between England and Netherland that concluded "The Publication of the Peace between England and the United Netherland". Through this, the Dutch ceded control over New Amsterdam (New York) to England for a tiny island of Run (now part of Banda Archipelago in Indonesia) which is rich in Nutmegs, a spice which one wieghed in gold.
Eat, play and love in this festival as our food vendors will bring authentic Indonesian cuisines from across the archipelago, various workshops and entertainment as well as door prizes all afternoon for everyone enjoyment.
Indonesian Consulate in New York and ISF 2017 Committee invite you to participate in this year’s celebration of the 72nd Indonesia's Independence Day. The ISF 2017 will be held on East 68th Street, New York, NY 10065 (between Madison and Fifth Avenue)
Lotus Music & Dance and Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez
In Collaboration with United Palace of Cultural Arts
Invite You to a Celebration of Cultural Diversity
WORLD DANCE PASSPORT
TRAVEL THE WORLD THROUGH DANCE
Kinding Sindaw (Filipino Tribal Dance)
Junko Fisher (Okinawan Dance)
Gorana Dance (Bulgarian)
Saung Budaya (Indonesian)
Tibetan Song and Dance
with special guests
Mariachi Flor de Toloache, NYC's only all girl Mariachi Band!