100,000 people attend Surrey’s Fusion Festival

Multicultural celebration fills Holland Park with culture and colour for two days.



Photos by Jim Kinnear

Dancers from the Hanyang Arts and Cultural Centre performed Moonlight Lotus Pond and were among myriad entertainers at the two-day Surrey Fusion Festival on the weekend.

The free multicultural party took place Saturday and Sunday and attracted about 100,000 people to Holland Park, where visitors were treated to more than 30 cultural pavilions, food, song and dance, as well as a main stage with continuous entertainment, including headliner k-os.

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