28th & 29th May 2022 will mark the very first United Colours of UK Festival, which has a core purpose of celebrating cultural diversity and community cohesion! The United Colours Festival will be bringing together a culmination of South Asian Music, Food, Culture and Sports. This is a FREE 2-day event with an expected footfall of up to 30,000 people at Walsall Football Stadium, naming this the Largest South Asian Culture Festival in the UK this year!

United Colours is run by a local South Asian led charity and is officially joined by Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games this year.  and all funds raised will be donated to the British Heart Foundation.

Teaming up with other partners, brand ambassadors and key artists from the arts and music sector/industry; United Colours will showcase an incredible curated live show ‘Teg Bahadur Rhapsody’ bringing together 400 South Asian and minority musicians to perform at the same time! (This is after the world record breaking Nanak Rhapsody which was highlighted by BBC Children in Need in 2019 and watched by 5 million viewers globally). Alongside this, Saturday 28th May will feature a Tedx panel talk on ’empowerment’ with special guests including; Rishi Rich, I am Kiranee, Ameet Chana, Commonwealth Gold Medalist Karenjeet Bains and many more.

There will be over 20 events across the weekend, including Mendhi, Turban tying, friendly Football games on the Walsall Football Clubs official training pitch, a Food Village with cuisines from across South Asia, Coin exhibition from the Great Sikh Empire, South Asian art gallery, Bharatanatyam & Bhangra dance, table tennis, and SO MUCH MORE! All funds raised will also be donated to the British Heart Foundation.

“United Colours is a synonym of our multicultural society consisting of all faiths, ethnicities, and backgrounds, avidly participating to promote the spirit of cooperation, and helping one another. Unity in Diversity is a sensation that cannot be replicated.” Kohli Ravinder Pal Singh, CEO, Global Sikh Vision and Founder of United Colours.

Come and enjoy the United Colours Festival for FREE, this 28th & 29th May 2022! Join in the family fun day out at the Largest South Asian Culture Festival this year to celebrate the community and people involved.


Find out more visit: https://unitedcolours.org


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