- Vibrant traditional dress, authentic Indian cuisine, and
classical to contemporary music and dance come together to
celebrate Indian culture at the free IndiaFest Milwaukee.
from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday in Humboldt County Park, 3000
S. Howell Ave.
fourth year, the outdoor festival focused on India has seen an
audience of about 28,000.
is no better way for families and friends to learn about
Indian culture,” said Purnima Nath, president of Spindle
India, a nonprofit, nonpolitical organization and the
event’s organizer and producer.
opens with a welcome ceremony observing the 70th Independence
Day of India. Music and dance performances will illustrate
various cultures in the Indian states.
the best restaurants from the Milwaukee and Chicago areas will
offer a variety of items. Additional vendors will offer unique
products from colorful exotic arts, clothing, and jewelry to
temporary hand-painted Henna designs.
may take pictures in front of popular Indian landmarks on