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 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...
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