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Hospital Street comes alive with Fairway Colombo Cultural Show


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The Fairway Colombo Cultural Show turned out to be yet another whopping success as it attracted many locals and foreigners alike who were entertained by a series of vibrant and colourful cultural dances and traditional performances. The event was graced by Minister of Tourism and Christian Religious Affairs John Amaratunga and Minister of Public Administration and Management and Law and Order Ranjit Madduma Bandara. 

The Cultural Show is one of many events covering most of the days in any given month hosted by Fairway Colombo, organised with the intention of enriching people’s experience by adding fun and colour to evening activities while showcasing local art and cultural talent. 

 

Fairway Colombo Event Calendar at the Hospital Street

  • The Fairway Colombo – every Monday and Thursday
  • Vinyl Night – every first and third Tuesday
  • Jam on the Street – every first and third Wednesday
  • Art & Jazz – every second Weekend
  • Latino Night – every second and fourth Tuesday
  • Colombo Street Food Festival – every last Weekend (Saturday and Sunday)

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