(Last Updated on : 22/05/2017)
Music Festivals of East India
are a must-attend occasion for the music lovers. India hosts several versions of soul music that induces a worthwhile experience. Several music festivals
are organized throughout the year in the eastern region of the country. These festivals are hosted to pay homage to people who have made remarkable contribution in developing, enriching and popularizing Indian music. It also provides a platform for young singers and musicians
to work in collaboration with the eminent fraternity of the music industry to showcase their talent.
Some of the popular Music Festivals of East India are as follows;
Dover Lane Music Festival: Dover Lane Music Festival is one of the most prominent cultural events in the City of Joy, Kolkata. It is held every year, between the months of December and January.
Rajarani Music Festival: Rajarani Music Festival is one of the famous festivals of Odisha which is organized by the State Tourism Department in collaboration with other organizations. The aim of the festival is to showcase the glorious tradition of Indian classical music. This festival is held in the backdrop of the 11th century Rajarani Temple complex.
NH7 Weekender: NH7 Weekender is recognized as one of the most organized music festival in the country which is held in Kolkata and also Pune, Bengaluru and Delhi for 3 days.
Swara Samrat Festival: Swara Samrat Festival is an Indian classical music concert held at the Nazrul Mancha auditorium in Kolkata.
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