Serendipity Arts Festival– Goa 2017 until today, saw a record footfall of more than 50000, and this was the 3rd Day of the performing arts festival in Panjim Goa. It saw people thronging to the ten classically set up venues to witness art, culture, curated arts, performing arts, dance, sculptures, traditional, modern and contemporary drama. People from across the globe ascended into Panjim to absorb and replenish their passion for the performing arts.
A scene which was an intangible experience for the Serendipity Arts Festival– Goa 2017 organizers, artists, and behind scenes members; Art and Cultural cognoscente immersed themselves in performances that were breathtakingly awe-inspiring. The atmosphere in Panjim is impalpable with elation. This is the second edition of the Serendipity Arts Festival– Goa 2017 performing arts presentations and it’s a moment of sheer delight, in its truly enchanting manner.
The Serendipity Arts Festival– Goa 2017 presented audiences with eclectic art performances of the likes of exhibitions, music, dance, drama, culinary delights and much more, that saw a record number of media and press visitors and guests who travelled from across the country to witness magic and captivating productions of an assortment of activities at each venue; each staged to showcase larger than life art forms.
In comparison to last year’s edition which was a smaller scale, as it was the first-time Serendipity Arts Festival was bringing performing arts to a world platform. 2016 too saw a flurry of activities, a collection of tales from curated storytelling about India from known artists, Indian crafts, and unique theatre performances. Given that it was gaining a massive momentum from last year’s scale, the festival stole the hearts of many and it’s back again at a larger and bigger scale to further revive India’s rich culinary cultural heritage. The specialty of this festival is putting revered and known artists alongside new upcoming names from this illustrious and talented industry.
Sunil Munjal Chief Patron & Founder, Serendipity Arts foundation, said, “It’s been 72 hours and we’ve seen astounding numbers of visitors visiting our venues, all doors to thrilling and titillating experiences once again begin, the organizers, artists and performer alike take up their locations to further beguile audiences and I welcome everyone to come have glimpse of the performances. Each one will captivate your heart and there will memories to capture until 2018 brings yet another grander scale of this year’s version.”
Serendipity Arts Festival– Goa 2017 also has been responsible for putting India on the world map for performing culinary cultural arts. This initiative is a personal passion of the patronage of Munjal, who has been involved personally in curating the SAF-Goa 2017. This year is all about scale and pushing boundaries– Serendipity Arts Festival– Goa 2017, will be experimenting with site, form and display. Along with a line-up of scintillating programming spanning music, dance, theatre, visual arts, and culinary arts, this year’s edition is an unmissable spectacle of epic proportions.
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