As they always say, you can take the Punjabi out of Punjab but you cannot take out Punjab out of the Punjabi. And what better way than to celebrate it other than bringing out your best with the grand festival of Vaisakhi Mela.
May 19th is will bring the best of the Punjabi culture to Hicksville with the mega carnival which promises to take your breath away. With the grand prize of a brand new car, the raffle for the event will include multiple gadgets and prizes.
The Mela will also include a string of famous Punjabi singers live in concert. From Gurmeet Singh, Gagan Kokri, Mannat Noor, Ninja, Jordan Sandhu to Harman Chahal, the artists will rock the event with their most famous songs, making sure you do not miss a chance to groove to your favorite Bhangra tunes.
Every April, millions of Sikhs worldwide celebrate Vaisakhi, a day that marks the New Year. Considered one of the most important festivals in the Sikh calendar, AR Helping Hands Foundation, Antun’s by Minar, Hum Hindustani, and PLB Ent. have come together to bring to Long Islands it’s first ever Indian Street Fair. A press conference was held last Wednesday, on April 17th to uncover the details.
This opportunity to celebrate our culture and traditions tastes sweeter as the organizers are allowing free admission for all those who want to enjoy.
With kids zone, vendor booths, awesome desi food, Bhangra and Gidha performances with the quintessential Punjabi heritage theme, the Vaisakhi Mela will be a riot of colors, fun, and frolic.
Starting from 12.00 pm the event will continue till 6 in the evening at 80 E Barclay St, 80 East Barclay Street, Hicksville, NY 11801, near Gurudwara Guru Nanak Darbar of Long Island and Asa Mai Hindu Temple.
Make sure to book your date for a day steeped in traditions and some desi fun!
Check out details right here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/vaisakhi-mela-in-hicksville-tickets-60348456859
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