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AWAKE Indian Dance Festival

The 2nd AWAKE Hong Kong Indian Cultural Festival will be held from October to December by 3 stages this year. Concerturised and organised by the non-profit Indian dance organization BEYOND Bollywood, the festival will showcase rich and diverse values of India through more than 20 events under the theme “Together Under ONE Roof”.

Join us at the Festival to revisit. the Indian cultural heritage. and discover the Indian arts and cultural sector in Hong Kong.



21 - 22 October
JCCAC, Shek Kip Mei

The first phase of activities kicks off with guided tours and an Indian Carnival, bringing together people from different backgrounds to create a vibrant, joyful, relaxed, and colorful atmosphere, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the essence of India.


We include more kinds of cultural activity such as an Indian Carnival, and several artist salons, and are honored to present multiple innovative dance performances, some are even Asia premieres!


27-29 October
Eaton Hong Kong, Jordan

Connecting various artistic groups, AWAKE Indian Dance Festival is hosting a cross-cultural collaboration with Eaton Hotel, an important catalyst for local diversity and serves as a stage for the community, innovation, and culture, with music, dance, art creation, yoga, film activities, and more.

Indian dance artists will surprise the audience and visitors with performances in public areas, coinciding with the celebration of Diwali, the most important festival in India!


19 November - 17 December
Various Locations

Under the bright sunlight of the glasshouse cultural area, experienced local dancers participated in the Tri–cities Indian Dance Exchange Program will gather in this space to discuss dance, exchange ideas.

Together Under ONE Roof

Flowing from all directions, the diverse streams converge without prior planning, flowing naturally along the slopes, merging together in harmonious flow. Imagine people from different cultural backgrounds, navigating bends and corners, crossing lands, and encountering each other like a river.

In the river of Hong Kong's cultural landscape, Indian culture has always been present, interwoven with local history, becoming an integral part of this beautiful flowing stream that we share.




Supported by


Hong Kong Arts Development Council fully supports freedom of artistic expression. The views and opinions expressed in this project do not represent the stand of the Council.


“The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust and the Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre fully support freedom of artistic expression. The views and opinions expressed in this production do not represent those of The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust or the Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre. In no event shall the Funder have any liability of any kind to any person or entity arising from or related to any actions taken or not taken as a result of any of the contents herein.”

Venue Support

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Project Team

Senior Artistic Advisor: Mok Chiu Yu Augustine

Festival Curator: Benis Cheng

Marketing Manager: Vicky Ho

Project Coordinator: Didi Chen

Graphic Designer: Moses Mui

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