VadFest 2015: One of India’s biggest multi-arts, multi-venue culture festivals.
Nestled in the heart of Gujarat, the demure city of Vadodara is the cultural capital of Gujarat and is famous for its rich heritage, fine arts, performing arts, iconic architecture, industrious nature and academic infrastructure.
This January, the Cultural Capital of Gujarat is all set to be recognized as India’s cultural capital with VadFest 2015 – one of India’s biggest international art and culture festivals.
50 events. 15 venues. 4 days. One Festival.
VadFest 2015 is an international art and culture festival spread across the four day Republic Day weekend - from January 23rd to 26th. Legends from across India and around the world will grace the cityscape for a fabulous four day celebration of art, music, dance, drama, culture, food and a special kids’ theater fest.
VadFest will showcase some of the finest performances, illustrious artists and a program remarkably kaleidoscopic in diversity. From royal and street cuisines, vintage car show, pop-up bazaars, to dance and mega concerts, the festival offers something for everyone.
A Republic Day weekend like never before
VadFest 2015 promises to be truly one of India’s biggest multi-arts, multi-venue culture festivals. Get engrossed in family-friendly events and indulge in an experience dipped in aesthetics that will capture your imagination and stay with you forever. Mark these four days in your calendar to celebrate myriad aspects of our heritage and live an experience of a lifetime.
Welcoming the world
The magnetic aura of VadFest 2015 is all set to attract the world to Gujarat’s cultural capital with thousands of international visitors and NRIs expected to arrive. For this, the Govt. of Gujarat and Gujarat Tourism Dept. have come forward to ensure smooth logistics. There will be buses from Ahmedabad airport, trains from Mumbai and local festival buses to take visitors from one event to the next.
Hotel rooms, paying guest facilities and homestay accommodations have been arranged to ensure that Vadodara lives up to its reputation as a warm host.