Hundreds of thousands celebrated the Iranian New year in Turkey’s largely Kurdish city of Diyabikar. This ancestral festival, which has been observed for more than 3,000 years, marks the Iranian New Year and is primarily celebrated by Iranic peoples in Iran, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, India, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Iraqi Kurdistan and Turkey.
The festival of Nowruz is celebrated by many groups of people in the Middle East, Central and South Asia, but particularly by Persians or various Iranian Peoples. It is called Navroz in India, Nevruz in Turkic, Uyghurs who live in Northwestern China call it “Noruz”, and it is called Sultan Nevruz in Albanian. In Kurdish communities located in parts of western Iran, the holiday is referred to as Newroz, which is a variety of the Persian word Nowruz. The variety Nawroz is also a an Eastern Persian word and is also used in the Persian speaking regions of Central Asia. In Pashto language it is pronounced as نوورځ – “Naw Wraz” (New Day).
Please join us at Art People Gallery to celebrate Nowruz, the Persian New Year, and an exhibit of Persian art. The 30 winners of our SNAC Iran 2012 competition will show their works at Art People.
We are excited to announce that on March 31, 2013, Time TV will be having this years “Sizdeh Bedar Festival” at Lake Balboa. This will be a great venue for us all. We would love to have you there with us as well. We are expecting 20,000– 25,000 visitors from Valley, Santa Monica, West Wood and Los Angeles.
This year we celebrated in style – Persian, Kurdish and Flemish Dance and Music. Persian and Spanish “Isfahan-Granada Ensemble”, Kurdish musicians and dancers “Sham Ensemble” and “Kurdish Dance Group” will delight us.
NYC’s Persian Arts Festival, Inc. (PAF), an organization devoted to providing a platform for Persian artists and visionaries, joins forces with Le Poisson Rouge and other Persian cultural organizations to present a New Year extravaganza featuring Persian fusion from three of the city’s top-tiered bands.
GMU Persian Club Norouz Show & KamyR Concert! 1500 people under one roof at the luxurious Howard Theatre.
Join us at the Afsaneh Dance Academy 8th Street Studio for an evening of intimate showcase performances. Students of the Afsaneh Dance Academy, and guest artists. Come celebrate with us for the turning of the seasons, Silk Road style!
We invite you and your family to join us in the Iranian New Year Feast.
On the occasion of Norouz, Sabalan welcomes this initiative and makes its resources available to people wishing to collaborate in the organization of Nowruz in the best conditions.
Join us in celebrating the Persian New Year with a night of dancing, music by DJ Mehran from Vancouver and Persian food in the new UW HUB Lyceum!
Targeting those who celebrate Norouz (Persian New Year) which includes Iranians, Afghans, Uzbecks, Kurdish, and Turkish people in celebration of a new year.
Proudly sponsored by Moms Against Poverty – Shabe Jomeh Bay Area – Didar Events & Productions. Music and entertaintment by Soroosh – Niosha Dance Academy – Dj Mian – Dj Dadmehr.
You are cordially invited to the Tutu’s complex, a four-story complex situated on the banks of the River Thames, with glorious views of Southbank, for an unforgettable night of Iranian culture, dinner, live music, comedy, art, DJ sets, and dance, with many more surprises.
It is with great pleasure that we invite you all to celebrate the coming of spring and the Persian New Year with us. Join us for an incredible afternoon featuring a wide variety of musical ensembles, dance performances, and other special guests in the Chevron Auditorium of I-House.
Program includes Persian music performances, jumping over bonefires, and dancing the night away to music by DJ Arsha.
University of Maryland College Park Iranian Students’ Foundation & Exclusively Entertainment in collaboration with University of Maryland Baltimore County Persian Student Association and Towson University Iranian Student Union proudly present… CHAHAR SHANBE SOURI.
Join the Georgetown University Iranian Cultural Society for its annual dinner show. There will be delicious Persian food, egg painting, performances by Georgetown and local student!
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