Non Stop Bhangra Co-Founder Vicki Virk leads Dholrhythms Dance Company dancers to the stage to begin their performance for the Crash An Indian Wedding Party event at St. Joseph's Arts Society in San Francisco. Photo: Sree Sripathy for India Currents/CatchLight Local.

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SAN FRANCISCO — Non Stop Bhangra came back with a burst of energy after 2 years with their signature “Crash An Indian Wedding Party” on July 23rd. St. Joseph’s Arts Society, a renovated Romanesque church provided the backdrop for the lavish event, replete with Indian sweets and snacks, including mini samosas, pakora and all the chutneys, a fully set-up drinks bar and henna station. 

The evening kicked off with live dhol drumming and dance performances followed by bhangra lessons from Dholrhythms Dance Company. Non Stop Bhangra co-founder Vicki Virk greeted the crowd. “I can’t think of a better place to crash an Indian wedding than a church.” The sold out crowd of 400 people dancing the night away agreed with her.

Sree Sripathy

Sree Sripathy is a writer, photographer and disability advocate based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is a 2022 CatchLight Local Fellow and part of the California Local Visual Desk program. Sree also...