The happiest music festival is coming back for its 8th iteration Bacardi NH7 Weekender, India’s largest multi-genre music festival is heading to the gorgeous hills of Meghayala on October 27-28 and back to the home city of its inception Pune .Bacardi NH7 Weekender is all set to make its third appearance in the Meghalaya– on October 27-28, before it heads to its home city, Pune on December 8-10.Yes and to mention Bacardi NH7 Weekender is the largest music festival in the north east region of our country.
Well , the whole affair is not only about music its the happiest music festival to catch amazing live performances by artists from India and around the world, a buzzing bazaar that’ll bring you local finds and foods, inspiring (and Instagram-worthy) art installations which are sure to deliver you one great weekend, a lifetime of memories.5 stages and number of artists which are sure to deliver an unique and euphoric festival vibes to the attendees.
Well , talking about the lineup for both the editions ,The lineup features guitar virtuoso Steve Vai, punk rock icon Marky Ramone, metal legends Textures and The Dillinger Escape Plan (both of whom are playing their final tours, Textures is playing their final ever show in Pune), and hip-hop group Swet Shop Boys. The festival also features some of the best artists from India, including Indian Ocean, Vishal Bhardwaj (who will be performing live for the first time), Karsh Kale Collective, Ram Sampath, Dualist Inquiry, Thaikkudam Bridge, The Raghu Dixit Project, and specially curated sets by Blackstratblues and Rudy Wallang.
Vijay Nair, CEO of Only Much Louder, the organisers of the festival, says, “The lineup is one of the most important aspects to the festival. Fans come to the festival for the experience and the artistes they love, but leave the festival grounds having discovered new favourites”
So you simply can’t miss this amazing festival.
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