Diwali RazzMatazz is all about Razzle-Dazzle around the festive celebrations of Diwali, also known as the festival of lights.
Indo-Canada Arts Council conducts the annual festival at the prestigious Mississauga Celebration Square since 2014 and is attended by over 50000 people each year. The festival provides a platform for over 500 artists and performers. ICAC partners with numerous organizations and institutions that keep the younger generations connected to their rich heritage and culture to showcase their talent. This also provides the kids and younger children with an opportunity to gain confidence by sharing the stage and performing alongside world renowned artists and celebrities.
International Artists such as Mika Singh, Richa Sharma, Mallika Sherawat, Kumar Sharma, Svetlana Tulasi, Kathak Rockers, and Madhavapeddi Murthy to numerous other groups and individuals, have come to perform at DRZMZ festivals over the past few years.
ICAC coordinates with artisans, painters, sculptors, musicians, singers, dancers, speakers, and performers to come forward and participate. DRZMZ is all about festive shopping, mouth-watering food vendors, corporate vendors, decors, community informative booths, and kid's activities for all ages and genres.
Diwali RazzMatazz Mississauga festival is funded in part by Canada's government under their Canada Heritage program of Building Communities through Arts & Heritage.
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Artists line up for 2020
*Food Vendors: In addition to the above, please also follow the link at Region of Peel Health Department link, print out the registration, and attach it to the application. Please also read and follow the guidelines provided under the Region of Peel Health Department guidelines link.
ICAC, its board members, the Executive Committee, and the Diwali RazzMatazz festival organizers and its committee, supporters, or employees put the best efforts to market and promote the festival. For the past several years, DRZMZ is witnessed by over 50000 people each year. Due to bad weather and conditions beyond the control of the organizers, any monetary losses due to lack of attendance or cancellation of events shall not be held against the organizers and above mentioned. The booths shall be allocated on first cum, first-served basis. All booths shall be allocated and located at the sole discretion of the organizers. Booth sharing is not allowed and should only be used for the purpose it is allowed. Only the applied and approved products and services shall be permitted for promotion and sales. All booths are non-transferrable and non-refundable.
Diwali RazzMatzz (DRZMZ) is the largest and FREE Diwali festival in Canada, attracting over 50000 people for the past 4 years. DRZMZ offers a limited number of merchandise & food booth vendors for trucks, exhibits, and Diwali Bazaar vendors. DRZMZ also encourages community and not-for-profit organizations to participate and promote their services at our festival by securing a booth space. If you are interested in being a vendor at DRZMZ 2020, please download the forms.
GUIDELINES for VENDORS:
All vendors please download the following forms and guidelines for DRZMZ 2020
> 10 Vendor Participation Packages
> Mississauga City Vendors Permit Application
> Food Vendor / Truck: Health Department Guidelines*
> Special Events Registrations for Food Vendors*
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DRZMZ is always seeking new alliances and partners
to explore the might and strength of the Indian & South Asian communities.
Like Christmas, Diwali is the time when our community is happy
and ready to spend on lifestyle, gifts, and more.
DRZMZ carefully produces the festival, a couple of weeks prior to Diwali.
Products launch, food sampling, or to introduce any other services;
it is an opportunity to outreach our community.
or call 416.505.8590 for more details.
ICAC recognizes the support of the community & partner organizations for the Diwali RazzMatazz Festival.