Celebrate RUNG FESTIVAL (Festival of Colors), Canada’s premium South Asian event at the Royal Ontario Museum featuring the traditional and contemporary arts, crafts, music and dance from South Asian countries including India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and Afghanistan.
RUNG brings you a line up of exotic performances and exhibits showcasing a variety of dance forms, instrumental performances, traditional crafts, workshops, documentary films plus interactive games and activities for kids. Last but not least, the delicious South Asian menu at the ROM Café!
Royal Ontario Museum
The Royal Ontario Museum is among the world’s leading museums of natural history and world cultures. Heritage Days at ROM celebrate world culture, particularly those strongly represented in the Greater Toronto Area. The ethno-cultural fabric of Canada comprises of vibrant South Asian communities. Their rich heritage includes traditional handicrafts, colorful festivals, music and films.
Getting There By Subway
is the closest subway stop to the ROM’s President’s Choice School Entrance. This stop is not wheelchair accessible.
St. George Station
is the closest subway stop to the ROM’s main entrance. This stop is fully accessible with elevators to street level at the Bloor Street entrance.
TEAM RUNG consists of some of the most creative and fun-loving people in Toronto! While they are accomplished professionals, they have one thing in common: A passion for Arts & Music. They’ve come up with lots of creative ideas, which we plan to bring to life at this year’s Rung Festival.