Yalda Night 2022
Yalda Night 2021 is: Tuesday, December 21, in Persia
Yalda takes place on December 21, 2022. Yalda, Shab-e Yalda, “Night of Birth”, or Zayeshmehr, or
Shab-e Chelleh is the Persian winter solstice celebration that has been popular since ancient times.
Who celebrates Yalda night?
On the Yalda competition, Iranians celebrate the arrival of winter, the renewal of the sun, and the victory of light over darkness.
Considered the longest night of the 12 months, Yalda eve is the night while ancient Iranians celebrated the delivery of Mithra, the goddess of light
Why do Persians celebrate Yalda?
Yalda way delivery and refers to the start of Mitra; the mythological goddess of light. Since days get longer and nights to get shorter in wintry weather,
Iranians celebrate the last night time of autumn because of the renewal of the sun and the victory of mild over darkness
What religion is Yalda night?
Yalda night, the final night of the Persian month of ‘Azar’, has remained popular for hundreds of years and has been marked as the victory of light over darkness and the renewal of the Sun. Y
Yalda suggests the concept of Light and Good against Darkness and Evil in Zoroastrianism religion, the historic Persian faith.
How do you pronounce Shabe Yalda Mobarak?
How do you say Happy Yalda in Persian?
Yalda Night 2022 Event – Michigan
Date and time: Sat, Dec 18, 2022, 6:00 PM EST
Location: Rackham Graduate School, 915 East Washington Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Buy Ticket Online: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/yalda-night-tickets-207651359807
Yalda Night 2022 Event – San Diego, CA
Time & Location: Dec 18, 7:00 PM
About the event: Yalda Night 2021 with Roya
Ticket price: Adults:$40 + Kids:5-18 $30 + Kids:0-5 free
To buy the ticket for kids please call 7148934737
Yalda Night 2022 Event – Los Angeles, CA
We are celebrating the longest night of the year by queering the Persian culture! (This is a Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer event)
This year we are continuing the tradition of Yalda by breaking the tradition.
Yalda is a time when we stay up into the late hours of the night, eat, and hear the stories of our elders and days past.
However, this year we want to queer the Persian culture by focusing on the Iranian LGBTQ story, so that our tale is neither lost nor forgotten.
To bring the Iranian LGBTQ theme to life, we have partnered again with visual artist Parisa Parnian.
Just as Shabe Yalda symbolizes the triumph of light over darkness, for many of us Iranian LGBTQ our own struggle of coming out and being true to ourselves represents our own victory. Whether you are at the beginning, middle,
or end of that path, we’d love to have you at our gathering and share in the celebration of that journey with you.
We will still have traditional Persian food, an open bar, and music and dancing. Above all, we are so lucky to have Mojgan Rahbar, who will be reading your Fale-Hafez.
COVID-19 – This is a mixed space event, with both outdoor and indoor spaces available. Per LA City Vaccination Verification Ordinance, you must present your ID and proof of vaccination to enter the event.
For updates on upcoming events, connect with us at Email: Rahaintl or Our Raha@gmail.com
Date and time: Sat, Dec 18, 2021, 9:00 PM – Sun, Dec 19, 2021, 1:30 AM PST
Event Address: Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles, CA 90019
Ticket Price: $30 – $55