|WHO:||MonstrARTity presents #BollywoodMonster Mashup, presented by TD Bank Group. |
|WHAT:||#BollywoodMonster Mashup is coming back to Mississauga Celebration Square for its 9th spectacular season! The festival features performances from international Bollywood stars, world-class music & dance performances, sizzling food, shopping and more! #BollywoodMonster Mashup is a festival that the whole family can enjoy with FREE entry and FREE parking. The festival also includes free Bollywood dance lessons, various activities for kids at the KidZone and unforgettable entertainment. Come dance, sing and feast with us at this one-of-a-kind production! |
|INFO:||For its 9th spectacular season, #BollywoodMonster Mashup will feature performances unlike any that have come before. |
This year’s headliners are:
Yasser Desai, singer of the popular Bollywood song “Pallo Latke,” and winner of the Zee Cine Awards 2019 for the Best Playback Singer – Male for the super hit song “Naino Ne Baandhi” from the movie “Gold”.
Nikhita Gandhi, singer of the superhit song “Qaafirana” with Arijit Singh and voice of Deepika Padukone for the title track of the film “Raabta,” winner of the Zee Cine Awards 2018 for the Best Playback Singer – Female.
The festival will also feature an exciting line-up of many other artists and performances, mouth-watering food, and unique shopping opportunities. For the full artist lineup, visit www.BollywoodMonsterMashup.com.
|WHEN & WHERE||#BollywoodMonster Launch Party & ComedyC Banquets, MississaugaThursday, July 18th at 6 PM #BollywoodMonster Concert (FREE)Mississauga Celebration SquareFriday, July 19th at 4 PM #BollywoodMonster Family Day & Concert (FREE)Mississauga Celebration SquareSaturday, July 20th at 2 PM|
|ABOUT:||Born in 2011, MonstrARTity is a not-for-profit organization, based in Mississauga and committed to providing arts for the young and old alike. Ever-expanding our productions, MonstrARTity is the producer of #BollywoodMonster Mashup, which is the largest South Asian festival in Canada. Our projects have grown to include the #MonsterArts for Youth program, which brings professional artists into classrooms to teach kids free South Asian art workshops.|