In celebration of Diwali, the Indian ‘competition of lights’ and a serious spotlight in Dubai’s annual calendar of occasions organised by Dubai Festivals and Retail Institution, Dubai’s purchasing malls and landmarks are illuminated in an exquisite show of color and lights. This 12 months, the celebrations are even larger as a captivating competition on the India Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai will happen over the Diwali weekend and can carry collectively the completely different communities that decision this metropolis residence for a magical show of music, tradition and lightweight.
On 4 November, the India Pavilion has lined upclassical and people dancers who will put up a collaborative efficiency showcasing India’s wonderful unity with Deepanjali – Celebration of Oneness. This shall be adopted by the critically acclaimed kathak dance Lok Chanda. Musical performances will get going at 9.30pm with hotshot music producer siblings Salim and Sulaiman Service provider in attendance. Yet one more act on this glittering evening will see Vipul Mehta take the stage. The famend Bollywood playback singer will wow the viewers together with his hottest numbers.
From Thursday 4 November to Saturday 6 November, the particular Diwali present will embody a number of dynamic and uplifting 12-minute performances, supported and prolonged by the extraordinary canvas of sunshine at Al Wasl Plaza.
One other Diwali spotlight at EXPO 2020 Dubai is SWARANGOLI, the interactive musical LED rangoli which can come to life as guests step on sensors. Will probably be built-in with color patterns representing happiness, positivity, and prosperity accompanied by SAPTASWARA — the seven notes of Indian classical music.
The extremely anticipated hour-long Diwali for All Live performance runs till 6 November, bringing collectively a repertoire of musical celebrations carried out by numerous conventional musical devices from around the globe. The live performance will happen in Dubai Millennium Amphitheatre (DMA) on Day 1 and three, and the Jubilee Stage on Day 2 and 4.
Lighting up the DMA stage shall be India’s first Sanskrit band, DHRUV on 5 November. Performing their best hits for an hour, the gang will dance and sway to electrifying tunes.
Those that need to partake in some late-night cultural indulgence at EXPO 2020 can head in direction of the Jubilee Stage to take pleasure in a number of handpicked Diwali-inspired music acts with rising and established artists. Hosted for 2 consecutive nights, guests can revel within the musical performances on 4 and 5 November.
Guests fascinated by heading over to the India Pavilion at EXPO 2020 should buy a one-day ticket or multi-day and season passes.