The month of September 2017 is filled with musical and cultural events for the Indian community in Detroit. The spectacular list of September 2017 events for Indians in Detroit includes a cultural festival, a conference, a music concert and several dance festivals. We at Indian Eagle handpicked seven best Indian events in Detroit for Detroit Indians to attend in September 2017.
Navaratri Garba with Atul Purohit
Join Detroit’s Biggest Navaratri Garba with the legendary Atul Purohit, a world renowned Garba singer. The Navaratri Garba promises to be an unforgettable evening with lots of folk music and dance. The Navaratri Garba in Warren, MI on September 15 tops the list of Detroit Indian events in September 2017. Among the September 2017 Indian events in Detroit, this Navaratri Garba will give the Detroit Indian community ample time and opportunity for festivities. The event is being presented by Taal Entertainment and will be held at Macomb Sports & Expo Centre, Warren, MI.
Nirvana – An Odissi dance Performance
The Indian American Event ‘Nirvana’ is a performance of Odissi, a classical Indian dance, led by the renowned Padmashri Dr. Ileana Citaristi. Among the top Indian events in Detroit in September 2017, the performance will be followed by Chhau (a warrior folk dance of West Bengal, India) and a Ballet. Listed as one of the popular Indian events in Detroit in September 2017, it will be held on September 16th at Saline High School in Saline, MI.
Festival of India
The Indian community in Detroit is about to have a close encounter with Indian culture at the Festival of India-2017. Of all the Indian events in Detroit in September 2017, the festival offers Detroit Indians the greatest chance to immerse themselves in the Indian cultural melting pot. The festival will feature music, dance, shopping, outlets serving delicious authentic Indian cuisine and Raas Garba. The festival is organized by Michigan India and is to be held on September 16th 2017 at Southfield Pavilion, MI.
Chandalika – Kuchipudi Dance Drama
Chandalika is a dance drama written by noble laureate Rabindranath Tagore and based on a Buddhist legend. Among the Detroit Indian events in September 2017, the Kuchipudi adaptation of Chandalika by Mrs. Sandhya Sree Athmukhuri on September 17th will offer the first-generation Indian Americans in Detroit a rare chance to learn about Kuchipudi and appreciate the genius creation of Rabindranath Tagore. One of the sensational September 2017 events for Indians in Detroit, the Kuchipudi performance will be a treat to the Indian dance lovers in Michigan. The event is being hosted by Yuva Bharathi and will be held at The Hindu Temple of Canton in Michigan.
The Rasa Dance Festival
Indians in Detroit get ready for two days of classical Indian dance extravaganza in September 2017 featuring six new Indian classical and contemporary dance works. Dance lovers will be thrilled to know that Odissi, Kathak, Sattriya, Bharatanatyam and Contemporary dance styles will be showcased at the festival. The festival is touted to be one of the best Indian events in Detroit in September 2017 as it includes the performances by dance companies from Michigan, Washington, DC and Philadelphia. The festival will be held on September 23rd and 24th at Riverside Arts Center in Ypsilanti, MI.
Sukhbir and SurjRDBLive Concert
Sukhbir and SurjRDB Live Concert is one of the most anticipated Indian events in Detroit in September 2017, especially for Indian Americans craving Punjabi-Western fusion music. Sukhbir also known as king of Bhangra and SurjRDB of RDB (Rhythm Dhol Bass) fame, will rock the Michael A. Guido Theater in Dearborn, MI. The Duo’s live concert on 10th September 2017 is part of their welcome back tour.The sensational event in Detroit for the Indian community in September 2017 is presented by Bollywood Bodyguard & Horeb Grill.
MI Response to Hate Annual Conference
Michigan Alliance Against Hate Crime or MIAAHC for short, is a one of a kind organization fighting against discrimination and prejudice. Among all the Indian events in Detroit in September 2017,the conference will expose the Indian Diaspora to a unique and profound social experience. The annual anti-hate and anti-bias conference to be held in September 2017 is a great opportunity for Indian Americans in Detroit to participate and support the cause. The 10th national premier conference hosted by MIAAHC will be held on 6th September 2017 at MSU Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center, East Lansing, MI.
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