Virtual Southlake DiwaliFest 2020 – Discover a food-, music- and dance-filled holiday celebration inspired by diverse cultural festivities
Diwali, or also known as Deepavali, or Festival of Lights is India’s biggest and most important holiday of the year. The festival gets its name from the row (avali) of clay lamps (deepa) that Indians light outside their homes to symbolize med advice the inner light that protects from spiritual darkness. The mission of the Diwali at Southlake Town Square Festival of Lights is to celebrate Indian culture and traditions by featuring traditional Indian dance, entertainment, and food from various parts of India. The goal of Diwali at Town Square is to expose the Southlake community to the culture and traditions of India. In India, the Diwali celebration is akin to Christmas and it represents the triumph of good over evil, light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance
Southlake Diwali has been started by some residents of the Southlake. Diwali is one of the popular Indian festival celebrated across the world.
While there is no mandatory dress code, please feel free to dress in traditional attires. The event looks very colorful when everyone dress in traditional attires.
There is no event designated Parking but feel free to leverage any public parking spots around the town center.
Admission is free is everyone. You can buy food from trucks at the event location.
Southlake Town Square is a unique, open-air lifestyle shopping district with more than 120 shops and dozens of fine restaurants in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex whose reputation has been recognized throughout the country.
The Town Square is kept lively with a year-round calendar of music and special events, including Oktoberfest and the nationally ranked Art in the Square events.
Local and international performances celebrating South Asian culture!
Enjoy the desi indian food at stalls
Shop for ethnic clothing, jewelry, accessories and more!