Bombay Beats

Leadbeater Car Park

Follow the distinctive aroma of spices and curries, and find yourself in Little India where you will encounter delicacies from some of the most authentic restaurants in Harris Park, accompanied by Sitarfunk feat DJ Coco Varma and Bobby Singh on the tabla.

EAT

Billu's Butter chicken

O!momo - bringing Nepali cuisine to streets of Sydney, including freshly made momos – a traditional Nepali steamed dumpling – skewers, roti, daal and a host of other Nepali specialties.

Chilli & Grains - delivers a symphony of flavours in their contemporary Indian fare. With the promise of chicken biryani with lemon myrtle curd, your pick of dosas, masala salmon and more, we know where we’ll be heading to get our spice fix!

Taj Indian Restaurant - Established as the first vegetarian restaurant in Sydney’s very own little India – Wigram Street, Harris Park – you’ll be spoilt for choice with a delicious range of authentic vegetarian Indian cuisine! Try some masala dosa, chana bhartura and more.

Punjabi Fusion - the very best of Punjabi cuisine with traditional favourites and modern Indian dishes, including Chicken Tikka, Murg Malai Tikka and more

Billu’s - famed local Harris Park institution, Billu’s has been serving up the finest ‘home-style’ Indian food to locals and international cricket and Bollywood superstars alike, for the last 25 years. Try the lamb roganjosh or butter chicken for the very best of Harris Park!

LISTEN

Sitarfunk feat DJ Coco Varma & Bobby Singh Dance the night away to traditional tunes and the modern ‘ethnocyberfunk’ beats of DJ Coco Varma accompanied by the percussive beats of tabla extraordinaire, Bobby Singh.

Traditional dance performances programmed by the Council of Indian Australians.

SEE

Pop-up TUT performances

Tut TrioShaun Parker & Company will present a series of TUT dance performances. Tuting, a street dance craze featuring highly intricate and rhythmic patterns of the hands, fingers and arms, is originally inspired by ancient hieroglyphics and the famous Egyptian King Tutankhamen. The art form  has found popularity among young street dancers, embracing the new form and making it their own. Western Sydney performance artists will dance to music created by ARIA winning electro-acoustic composers Nick Wales and Bree van Reyk across four locations each night.


Program Partners:

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