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Red Baraat’s Festival of Colors

FRI, MAR 31 · 7:30PM – OPEN DANCE FLOOR : MEMBERS SAVE 25%

The Boston Globe called Red Baraat’s irresistible sound “new-breed marching-band music that’s part Punjabi wedding, part New Orleans second line, and all New York.” The band presents Festival of Colors, is a celebration of HOLI, a Hindu holiday marked by public gatherings of families, friends, and strangers rejoicing in song, dance, and the exchange of “colors.” The holiday signifies the victory of good over evil, the arrival of spring, and an opportunity to meet others, play and laugh, forget and forgive. Opening the show will be the talented South Indian singer, dancer and multi-instrumentalist Ganavya Doraiswamy.

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