Not-to-miss: Punjabi New Year Festival

punjabi new year alberton
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A burst of entertainment will keep patrons entertained all day long starting from 10AM till 6PM with performances from local artists and international guest star Sodhi Singh. Safe and secure parking available at the venue. How to get to Rietvlei Zoo Farm? Click here

Event Info

  • Date: 24 May, 2014 (Saturday)
  • Time: 10AM – 6PM
  • Venue: Rietvlei Zoo Farm

The Punjabi New Year Festival is set to feature messages of harmony with family friendly activities to keep the public entertained!

The Rietvlei Zoo Farm in Alberton will be transformed into scenic Punjabi atmosphere imitating the busy streets of Amritsar and Chandigarh. A medley of tantalizing food experience, bargain shopping from clothing, jewellery and everything eastern. Children will be kept smiling with the carnival of rides, games and more!

The Vaisakhi Mela will feature authentic Punjabi entertainment with international Punjabi star, Sodhi Singh with Bollywood music & dance performances with a first in collaboration with North, South Indian and African fusion performances.

Incredible India, as it is often described will be a core theme at the festival where a varied palate of tastes will be experienced from North and South Indian cuisine from Gauteng’s finest restaurants will be present with an array of cuisine for you to experience with seating in the food garden.

Holistic centre’s will offer patrons a chance to enjoy massages and the opportunity to obtain ayurvedic treatments that are easy for one to apply at home.

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About: Baisakhi Festival, also called Vaisaki, holds great importance for the Sikh community and farmers of Punjab. Baisakhi falls on April 13 or 14, the first day of the year according to the Nanakshahi Calendar. Sikhs also celebrate this day in honor of their tenth guru, Guru Gobind Singh. Baisakhi commemorates the day when the Sikh Guru eliminated caste differences and founded Khalsa Panth in 1699. To learn more about the South African Gurudwara’s and the Sikh Faith visit this link here


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