ENTERTAINMENT

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

Please note that there are many variables throughout the day, so this is a rough schedule and subject to change. Thank you for understanding and enjoying! 


10:50am -INTERNATIONAL FLAG PARADE 

                       (if you'd like to participate, please gather in Eagle Square at 10:30am)

11:00am - BURUNDI DRUMMERS

                       Traditional Drumming and ritual dance.

11:15am - WELCOMING REMARKS

                        Victoria Adewumi, Emcee

                        Mayor Jim Bouley

                        David Parker, Parker Education

11:20am - BARRANQUILLA FLAVOR

                        Mixed Caribbean Dance

11:30am - SENIE HUNT - West African/Celtic singing

                        A unique blend of percussive guitar and vocals that combines influences from West             .                      African rhythms and Celtic melodies.

11:50am - SAMBAVIVA 

                        High energy dazzle of Carnaval samba from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

12:05pm - ASSOCIATION TIWIZI D’ARTS POPULAIRES GROUPE TIWIZI 

                        The original dance of the people of Algeria which is a scene of cooperation . . . .  . . . . .                        between men and women, and equality in work to harvest the olive crop.

12:15pm - BARRANQUILLA FLAVOR

                        Cumbia Colombiana

12:25pm - HIMALAYA HERITAGE GROUP 

                        Hari, Prem and friends performing classical kirtan and Nepali folk songs

12:45pm - GLOBAL FASHION SHOW

                        A showcase of fashions from designers around the world.

1:05pm - IN THE FIELD IRISH DANCERS  

                       Three kinds of Irish dancing

1:25pm - PRATISHKA GURUNG 

                      Dance to Maya Bachinxa

1:35pm - ROY CACERES

                     Tango singing accompanied by dancers

1:55pm - BELLA VITA DANCE STUDIO 

                      Salsa and Bachata dancing 

2:00pm - NUSANTARA KREASINDO INDONESIAN DANCE 

                     Traditional Indonesian  Dance

2:15pm - TRANSPOSITION VOCAL ENSEMBLE 

                     Transgender singers and their allies

2:30pm - ANKARA ROSE 

                      Middle Eastern dance

2:40pm - DAUGHTERS OF THE CORN DANCE TROUP

                      Traditional Nicaraguan dancing

3:00pm - MARIA OFELIA

                     Traditional Mexican Mariachi Music

3:15pm - NEPALI STUDENT DANCERS

                      Students from Concord High and Rundlett Middle Schools perform traditional dance

3:30pm - BARRANQUILLA FLAVOR 

                     Garabato de Barranquilla

3:35pm - JEIKO

                     Japanese Taiko drumming

3:55pm - BARRANQUILLA FLAVOR 

                     Mapale dance

4:00pm - MIKAHELY 

                     Guitar and valiha music from Madagascar


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*** The deadline for applications for the 2019 Concord Multicultural Festival has passed***

If you'd like to be considered for next year, please send an email to: connect@concordnhmulticulturalfestival.org

Cumbia style dance performed by local Colombian dancers at Concord, NH Multicultural Festival
Cumbia style dance performed by local Colombian dancers at Concord, NH Multicultural Festival

PERFORM AT THE CONCORD MULTICULTURAL FESTIVAL

*** The deadline for applications for the 2019 Concord Multicultural Festival has passed***

If you'd like to be considered for next year, please send an email to: connect@concordnhmulticulturalfestival.org


Thank you for your interest in performing at the 13th Annual Concord Multicultural Festival! It is our goal to create an engaging event that brings people together to celebrate the diverse heritages that make the Greater Concord community so enriching. 


Please download and review the Performer Guidelines, and then complete the Performer Application.

2019 Performer Guidelines (pdf)

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