Begin typing your search above and press return to search.

Shillong all set to witness India’s biggest music fest BACARDI NH7 Weekender 2019

Shillong all set to witness India’s biggest music fest BACARDI NH7 Weekender 2019

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  22 Oct 2019 1:14 PM GMT

GUWAHATI: The countdown to the much-awaited music fest, the BACARDI NH7 weekender Shillong 2019 has begun. From 1st November to 2nd November, Meghalaya is all set to host the 10th anniversary of India’s biggest music festival.

Conceptualized and organized by Only Much Louder (OML) Entertainment, NH7 is one of the largest music festivals of India that has witnessed an extensive escalation in the number of attendees in the past ten years.

The event will be held at Wenfield, The Festive Hills – Thadlaskein, Lad Mukhla, Jaintia Hills, Meghalaya.

The event will truly make one’s experience worthwhile as the fest will be witnessing multi-music entertainment, sharing camps on the grounds of Meghalaya with either like-minded people, music aficionados, or extremely diverse crowds, and one’s favorite artists live.

The festival has finally released the day-wise split of artists as well as day tickets.

Tickets are available for Friday, November 1, Saturday, November 2 or season tickets for both days at Wenfield, The Festive Hills – Thadlaskein,

Eventually, the festival will travel to Pune from November 29-December 1, 2019 after the Meghalaya edition where it will celebrate a glorious decade of bringing the best musical talent to the fans.

Started in 2010, this festival has now become one of the hottest music festivals that has earned its place in the Indian calendars. Hosting some of both locally and internationally renowned artists such as Vishal Dadlani, Vishal Bhardwaj, MUTEMATH, Dry the River, The Vaccines, Nightmares On Wax, Imogen Heap, and many others, NH7 Weekender is all about the feet-stomping music that leaves the visitors overwhelmed.

Also Read: Bacardi NH7 Weekender dates announced, get ready to enjoy the festival on November 1-2

Also Watch: 9th central Martyrs Day ( ABMSU) observed in Kokrajhar

Next Story