East West Music and Dance Festival 2022, Tampa FL – February 20, 2022

The 2nd Annual East-West Music and Dance Festival will feature more than 100 performers of Eastern and Western styles, from the Tampa Bay community and beyond, for a one-of-a-kind event that spans the geographical and cultural frontiers in order to create brotherhood in the spirit of unity and in the universal language of song and dance.
The event will feature local food vendors, jewelry, clothing and other service providers with family-friendly activities in the public area. The festival will feature performances by large and small groups. Over 100 dancers from all over the world including different forms such as Indian folk, Bollywood, African dance forms, flamenco dance forms and more.

Local and national tours like Wahh World Fusion Band (East-West fusion), Trevor Bystrom Band (multicultural music) Songbird Shella and Katara led by Rochelle Siddiq (R&B and experimental), Dr Payal Patel (Bollywood dance fitness), Rashaun Stewert ( Drum Circle), Rudram Dance Company led by Tara Vikkasani (folk dance), Irene Rimer and band (flamenco dance), Jeff Lluis (MC and stand-up comedy), Kshipra Dave and band (Bollywood dance), Shruti School of Music (musical ensemble) are taking part in this celebration of global music and dance!
The East-West Music and Dance Festival is supported by a CAIG Events Partnership Grant from the Cultural Arts Commission, part of Hillsborough County Arts Council.
Spend your Sunday soaking up sights and sounds from around the world at the City of Tampa’s Water Works Park, a riverside park with a large bandshell for performances, ample green space, picnic areas covered and shaded picnic areas, a playground and splash pad, even a dog park. The park is adjacent to the City of Tampa’s Riverwalk, a 2.6-mile walking path along the Hillsborough River

Many vendors are available for ethnic food, jewelry, clothing, massage, and arts.

The Shruti Foundation of Tampa is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting Indian and world culture in the Tampa Bay community.

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