Khushi Festival Returns on Saturday 3 and Wednesday 7 August 2024!

Khushi Festival, our annual festival of happiness, is back! 

Khushi Festival showcases work made by Oldham’s South Asian communities, presenting a rich mix of events for everyone. It is free to attend and everyone is welcome.

Saturday 3 August 2024 - Oldham Library - 10:30am-5pm

Khushi Festival will be taking over Oldham Library for a day packed with performances, workshops, games, music, and, of course, happiness! Challenge your friends and family to some fun games, join us for a cup of chai, get crafty, and so much more!

The day will also include opportunities to:

  • Watch performances by The West Oldham Chai Ladies and The Indian Association.
  • Pick up a zine filled with poetry from The Werneth Primary School Chai Ladies.
  • Explore our exhibitions created by Oldham Greenhill Community Sports and Recreation Club and Yuvanis Foundation.
  • Join us for an energetic dance show by Natraj Dance Academy
  • Sit back and enjoy some South Asian inspired stories by Zoe Iqbal
  • Take part in beatboxing workshop with Faz Shah

More details here.

Wednesday 7 August 2024 - Queen Elizabeth Hall- 7pm-10pm - Night For Sam

Join us at Queen Elizabeth Hall for a gig packed with singers, rappers and musicians performing  Bollywood, Bhangra, Urban Desi and more. The event features performances from both established and emerging musicians including: Hussnain Lahori, Joash, Kami Kane, Danny H, Luqy, Joga Singh, Blitz-i, RIYA, Metz and Trix, and Usman Farooqi.

Night For Sam is in honour of Sam Malik. Sam was an inspirational cultural leader, music maker and a friend to so many in Oldham. Night For Sam has been created with Sam's family and friends.

More information and book free tickets.


Khushi is presented in partnership with the Women's Chai Project (Care, Help and Inspire), and Oldham Council. 

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