Seattle Center Festál is offering Tibet Fest from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 28, streaming at streaming at

The event helps preserve Tibetan arts and tradition and provides the greater public with the chance to experience this culture.

On the day of the event, Seattle Mayor Jennie Durkan launches the festival with a special greeting, which will be followed by the American and Tibetan national anthems.

The festival showcases a variety of music, dance and art reflective of the region’s Tibetan community and the Tibetan diaspora around the world.

Here is the complete program for the one-day event: 

Welcome, introductions and greetings

 Singhe (Lion) Dance, performed by Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts, Dharamsala, India in performances recorded for Tibet Fest

 Dance performances by TAW and TLCS

 Mani Yiduk, performed by TLCS student musicians and singers Tibetan Drum Dance performed by Tensel Dhongthog

 Pu Yee Samling Gompa, presented by Trisong Dance Group

 Food Feature: Kyikyi from Himalayan Dumplings, from Portland, Oregon

 Tsang gi Ajo, performed by Kunzee, Tenzin Dargyal and Gesar

 Flute composition dedicated to Tibetan elders performed by Lobsang Gyaltsen

 Thoghang Bodkyi Gorshay performed by the Choesum Bhumo Group

 Robert Nellams interview with festival producers Tenzin Topchen, president, TAW, and Tsering Yuthok, director, TLCS Program

 Nangma Toeshey Medley with Tibetan instruments and vocals

 The Yakpo Collective Spotlight Series introducing Kelsang Jigme

 Home, contemporary dance by Sonam Tshedzom Tingkhye, a Tibetan-Scottish movement artist who integrates many passions, training disciplines, beliefs and culture into her work 

 Relpa Dance performed by the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts, Dharamsala, India

 Tibetan Resettlement Project interviews with Tsering Yuthok, Tenzin Wangyal Dhongthog and Thupten Jampa

 Thoghang Bodkyi Gorshay performed by the Trisong Dance Group

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