2015 marks the 15th year in Cary to celebrate Diwali (Festival of Lights). The program includes stage performances, cultural exhibits, craft sales, cuisine from local Indian restaurants and showcases vendors from the Triangle area and as far as Virginia.
Hum Sub Inc. is a non-profit Indian-American cultural organization registered in the Town of Cary, North Carolina and producer of Cary Diwali. Through yearly events and participation in community activities, they have become a regular fixture in the local cultural scene representing Indian culture and heritage in the Triangle area.
Cary Diwali Event Times:10am - Fireworks
- Free admission to the event and for a seat on the lawn. Lawn chairs and blankets allowed.
- Reserved Seating will be available for $20 per person at the venue box office on the day of the event or inside the venue at the booth next to the stage on the day of the event. All ages wanting to sit in reserved area will require a ticket. Ticket is good for all day admission into the reserved area.
Parking: $5 per car
10:00a.m – Gates open
11:00a.m – Cultural Programs begin
10:30a.m – Exhibitions and Bazaar open
12:15p.m – Inauguration and Address by Chief Guest- Mayor of Cary Harold Weinbrecht and Announcement of the Proclamation
12:45p.m – Cultural Programs Continue
5:15p.m – Address by Chief Guest
6:30p.m – Live in Concert: Kavita Krishnamurti, Ambi Subramanium and Shurjo Bhattacharya
8:30p.m – Fireworks display