Kala Ghoda FestivalThe Kala Ghoda Arts Festival is an annual celebration of dance, music and other art forms. The festival is being held every year since 1999 in the month of February at Kala Ghoda, Mumbai. The Kala Ghoda Association hosts the weeklong Kala Ghoda Arts Festival. The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival is named after the black equestrian statue of Edward VII that used to stand in the Fort area of Mumbai.

Kala Ghoda is a crowd-puller for creative talent. People with Creative bent of mind from all round the country participate and showcase their talent.

Kala Ghoda Festival is also an attraction point for tourists. Tourists from India and abroad come here to have fun and enthusiasm.




Kala Ghoda festival is created to draw attention towards the development by physically improving the area, restoring buildings and porticos, building people-friendly street furniture and improving the amenities.
Arts Festival Kala Ghoda
The festival features Gallery and pavement shows, exhibitions of paintings and sculptures, literary events, film screenings, music concerts, dance performances, theatre shows, workshops, heritage walks and food fiesta. The participants range from the modern urban sellers with designer goods to sell, to village artists selling their traditional craftwork.

Kala Ghoda Arts Festival Videos





कालाघोड़ा कला महोत्सव के बारे में हिंदी में पढ़ें click here

Forthcoming Festivals

Download our free mobile app

Get festival updates on your mobile & Explore and enjoy the panorama of Festivals/Fairs/Melas celebrated in India.