Come for the food and entertainment; stay for the fireworks
I think you can't have enough festivals during the year. Here is another one, to celebrate multiculturalism. Yay! Brisbane Malayalee Association (BMA) is organising Multicultural Taste of the World on Saturday 14th March 2020. It is proudly supported by Brisbane City Council and promotes social harmony and community integration. So let's celebrate cultural diversity for both ethnic minorities and the whole population of multi-faceted Brisbane.
The whole family will have a fun time and the children are especially looked after with a load of activities (for teens too). So grab granny, nag your neighbours and corale the children, as everyone is welcome. It is on from 2.00pm to 8.00pm at the Kids' Space in Murphy Road at Chermside. There is tons of entertainment all-day, including live performers singing and dancing. You will be well catered with international food trucks to whet your appetite and to fill up the kids. Make sure stay for the spectacular fireworks finale. You won't regret it.
These festivals have become a significant part of social life in a multicultural society and they offer a unique and valuable experience to its visitors. The idea of "unity in diversity" is the foundation of the festival. We want to emphasise and celebrate our difference. This festival will act as a bridging tool for global information. Through festival activities, we will be sharing our knowledge, meet new people through music, dance, art, food and more.
Chinese Lion Dance (May Cross)
What is the Brisbane Malayalee Association (BMA)? Brisbane Malayalee Association is a non-profitable organisation, which aims to provide a platform for the community to socialise, foster goodwill and aid cultural integration within Australia. The organisation holds numerous cultural programmes throughout the year, which enhance tradition and culture, while simultaneously incorporating Australian values. Win-win.
Lots of Food Trucks to Satisfy Your Hunger (May Cross)
Also, BMA is participating in Harmony Day activities, to learn and understand how all Australians from diverse backgrounds equally belong to this nation and enrich it. For further details click here or check them out on Facebook.