Events – Swan festival of lights

The “indian festival Deepavli” has just kick started  a festival near  the Perth esplanade Called “The Swan Festival of lights”. The festival will showcase multicultural dance and stage  shows and also feature stalls  selling Indian food (vegetarian) and ethnic wear. This is a good chance to get some nice Indian food and  free entertainment  for a evening out.


Swan festival of lights – When and where ?

Esplanade oval , Perth( where the Australia day fireworks are held every year)

DATE: 04th to 7th November 2010

swan festival of lights logo perth australia

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This year’s event will showcase everything from the drums and dance of Africa to the vibrant Ukrainian Cossack dancers. A number of food stalls, serving a delectable spread of vegetarian cuisine will be open throughout the festival days. Workshops and demonstrations on vegetarian cooking, dance and music will be organised. Also not forgetting, an array of traditional handlooms and handicrafts will be on sale.

Since 2008, the “Swan Festival of Lights” has been setting the Perth foreshore alight with a multitude of colours, rhythms and flavours. As a smoke and alcohol-free event, the Festival is organised by the non-profit organisations The Temple of Fine Arts and Annalakshmi Cultural Centre of WA. Using the theme of ‘light’ as the unifying concept, the Festival celebrates Western Australia’s cultural diversity through dance, music, cultural demonstrations and cuisine.


Swan Festival of Lights 2010 Performance Schedule*

Click on the Links below for the performance schedule of the day:

Thu – 04.11.2010

Fri – 05.11.2010

Sat – 06.11.2010

Sun – 07.11.2010

* Performances start at 6:00pm Thursday – Saturday and 5:30pm on Sunday. Schedule is subject to change.


For any further details  regarding this event or contact phone numbers , please visit the official site link —> Swan festival of lights

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