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Diaspora: The Sabay Festival, celebrating Khmer culture, returns for its 3rd edition

In Paris, on 27 April 2024: The Sabay Festival - Europe's biggest South-East Asian festival - returns for its 3rd edition!

In Paris, on 27 April 2024: The Sabay Festival - Europe's biggest South-East Asian festival - returns for its 3rd edition!

The Sabay Festival - Europe's biggest Southeast Asian festival - is back for its 3rd edition!

Discover Cambodian culture and celebrate the Theravada Buddhist New Year at the Grande Pagode de Vincennes over the weekend of 27-28 April 2024 from 10am to 6pm.

The festivities will include street food, traditional dance performances, Kun Khmer boxing shows, artist concerts, DJ sets, a Buddhist ceremony, children's activities, a sacred Sak Yant tattoo stand and the photo exhibition "My Father's Kingdom" by photographer Raphaël Pech.

Come with your friends and/or family and immerse yourself in an intergenerational festival whose values are authenticity, interculturalism and sharing.

The French TV presenter Raphael YEM will host the Sabay Festival stage throughout the weekend to the delight of the festival goers.

The Sabay Festival, celebrating Khmer culture, is back for its 3rd edition!

About Sabay

Born in Paris in 2016, Sabay was launched in 2019 by Dara Thong. His commitment is reflected in the various actions he has undertaken throughout his life. In fact, he founded the cultural and humanitarian association Samaki Kohn Khmer and is now involved with Evaan Market and Sabay Events.

Sabay, which literally means "joy" in Cambodian, is an event concept inspired by the cultural and artistic emergence of Asia. An atypical blend of ancestral values and dual culture that proudly showcases the aesthetics and cultures of Southeast Asia. To participate in Sabay events is to identify, in one way or another, with a unique history, art and identity that is one of the richest cultures in the world.

In Paris, on 27 April 2024: The Sabay Festival - Europe's biggest South-East Asian festival - returns for its 3rd edition!

When does it take place?

Sat 27 & Sun 28 April 2024 from 10am to 6pm

Where does it take place?

La Grande Pagode de Vincennes 40 bis route de la ceinture du Lac Daumesnil, 75012 Paris

Admission free. Accessible to persons with reduced mobility

How to get there?

Metro: lines 8 (Porte Dorée, Liberté, Charenton École)

Bus: Lines 46, 325 and PC2

Tram: T3a (Porte Dorée)

By road: Porte de Charenton/Porte Dorée

Parking: Valmy public car park, 139 rue de Paris, 94220 Charenton-le-Pont

Q-Park Saint-Mandé car park, Villa Carnot, 94160 Saint-Mandé

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