- Yollay Blog
- Jul 5, 2019
With so many things to do in the city that never sleeps it can be hard to decide what events to attend. Fortunately, Yollay has made it easy by curating events that you simply cannot miss. If you are a fan of Indian music and culture – be it traditional Bharatanatyam, Bollywood, fusion or modern rock, Yollay platform makes it easy to connect Indian events to the Indian community at large.
Here is a golden opportunity for all the Saif Ali Khan fans out there!. Natasha Sharma of Glitz Events and Prria Haider Productions presents "Power of one - The Nawab story of Saif Ali Khan" on Sep-1st 07.30 PM at The Raritan Center. The show is hosted by Javed Jaffrey.
Richa Sharma is a famous playback singer as well as a classical singer who has contributed to many of Bollywood’s top films for the past three decades. Richa Sharma was eight years old when she was first invited to sing before religious congregations in and around Delhi. She has won many awards and accolades in her career. Interesting fact: She sang Bollywood’s longest track, the bidaai song, in the 2006 film Baabul .
Thaikkudam Bridge, this Kerala-based rockers first became famous from their appearance on the musical show Music Mojo on Kappa TV. After that, there smash hit “Fish Rock” went viral on YouTube and social media. Since then they have delighted audiences around the world with their unique blend of Indian rock and acoustic songs blended with heavy metal and reggae influences.
Thaikkudam Bridge’s live concert in The Bronx is presented by Princeton Light & Sound. The concert is set to happen on July 14th at 05.30 PM at the Lehman Center.
The Federation of Indian Associations(FIA) is an elite non-profit umbrella organization operating in the tri-state area. The association works with the prime focus of contributing towards the empowerment of the people of India for a calm, untroubled and pleasant community. The world’s largest India Day Parade organized by the federation is set to happen on Sunday, August 18th on Madison Avenue.
Drive East is a festival that regularly features the best artists of the year from all over the globe. From Bharatanatyam to ghazals, Kuchipudi to Kathakali, Drive East is a one-of-a-kind immersive experience into the world of Indian classical arts.
Drive East runs in New York City from August 5th to the 11th at The Mezzanine @ A.R.T. Theatre conveniently located at 502 W 53rd Street in Manhattan.
Ever wondered what event is coming up , when and where , the venue, the city ? Is your favorite artist performing? Even if you missed it, its all archived for you to watch at a later date . Yollay has it all.