Kala Ghoda Festival is an annual art festival that goes on for 9 days. It starts on the first Saturday of February and closes on the 2nd Sunday of February every year. This festival is popular nationwide, and people across the country visit South Mumbai to shop and celebrate!
This festival offers everything you can expect in an art festival. Kala Ghoda festival is organized by the Kala Ghoda Association. This festival aims to give people an amusing experience. It is the biggest street art festival in the country. It is a great platform for local artisans to promote their art and make Kala Ghoda the Art District of Mumbai.
The festival is all set to begin today and it will end on February 13. There is no entry fee for the festival. The festival is spread across the areas that include the National Gallery of Modern Art, A garden beside the David Sassoon Library, lawns and auditoriums at the CSMVS, The Museum, Mumbai. The Horniman Circle garden, MC Ghia Hall, Cross Maidan, Westside Cafeteria, Tata store at Army and Navy Building, MMB Gallery and the entire street area of Kaikashru Dubash Marg are a part of the festival.
Attractions of Kala Ghoda Festival
- The food
Food is an integral part of any culture and festivals of course. The festival has several stalls with delicious foods and delicacies from across the world. You will have a great time indulging in different cuisines at the fest.
The festival is a combination of various art forms where you will see a variety of handicrafts and performing arts as well. You will come across organic handicrafts, eco-friendly showpieces and souvenirs. You might also see ceramic wares and other sculpted arts.
- Kids Section
There is a dedicated section in the festival solely for kids. Here they can learn and experience more about theatre, music and literature. If you are one big happy family with kids, then you will have a good time!
So if you are a Mumbaikar or plan to visit Mumbai around this time, you must visit the Kala Ghoda Festival!
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