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Celebrating South Asian Culture

UK’s biggest Asian festival, Birmingham Mela, will take place on the weekend of 5th July and 6th July 2014 in Victoria Park, Smethwick. Celebrating South Asian Culture will see headline acts from the Asian Music scene performing on the weekend.

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1 Festival
2 Days
125,000 People

Running into its third year, Sandwell & Birmingham Mela has become one of the largest Melas in UK celebrating South Asian Culture. The Mela will look to exceed last year’s inaugural event that attracted crowds of 125,000 over the weekend.


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The Power Of The Mela

Throwing aside all differences, a Mela is the perfect showcase to express Britain’s diverse and vibrant communities.

Sandwell is a pocket of diversity. With 23.3% of the population coming from black and ethnic minorities and the rate of growth amongst Asian communities the highest in the borough, the area is testament to the cultural richness that is at the heart of many areas in today’s Britain…

THE POWER OF THE MELA

Throwing aside all differences, a Mela is the perfect showcase to express Britain’s diverse and vibrant communities.

Sandwell is a pocket of diversity. With 23.3% of the population coming from black and ethnic minorities and the rate of growth amongst Asian communities the highest in the borough, the area is testament to the cultural richness that is at the heart of many areas in today’s Britain…

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exclusive performance by gippy grewal

Since his inception in the music world of Punjabi pop, Gippy has carefully developed a diverse and successful music career scoring a hit with ‘Chak Lai’, his very first album. A great performer and singer, the power of sensitivity and credibility come naturally to Gippy Grewal. His albums reflect his very own unique style and are a great blend of ‘Punjabiyat’ with the latest pop.

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