Lollapalooza India will hold its first music festival in Mumbai early next year, Three-day North East India festival to be held in Bangkok from July 29 and more in top stories of the day.
Music festival Lollapalooza to make India debut in 2023
Iconic global music festival Lollapalooza is all set to make its India debut in January next year, the organisers announced Wednesday. The two-day musical extravaganza will be held in Mumbai on January 28 and 29, entertainment and ticketing platform Book My Show said in a media statement.
The annual music festival Lollapalooza, which was launched in 1991, is globally synonymous with alternative lifestyle, music and culture. Perry Farrell, Founder, Lollapalooza, said they were excited about the India edition of Lollapalooza. Over the years, Lollapalooza has managed to pull some of the biggest names in the industry like Metallica, Kanye West, Lady Gaga, Daft Punk and others. The inaugural Lollapalooza India will be open to over 60,000 fans each day featuring four stages with over 20 hours of unforgettable live music performed by some of the biggest names globally and locally.
Three-day North East India Festival to be held in Bangkok from July 29
A three-day North East India Festival will be held in the Thailand capital Bangkok from July 29, 2022.
The festival marks 75 years of India’s diplomatic relationship with Thailand and aims to promote trade, tourism, cultural exchange and people-to-people meet between the two countries, North East India Festival’s Chief Organiser Shyamkanu Mahanta said at a press conference here on Saturday. The programme for July 30 and 3 will showcase cultural programmes by artistes from all the seven Northeastern states, fashion shows, art exhibitions, display of cuisines and musical performances by leading musical bands and singers of the region.
New York City’s Biggest Free Summer Music Festival
When the city heats up, so too does SummerStage, one of the most anticipated summer concerts known for its free tickets and stellar line-up. The City Parks Foundation series is a juggernaut among warm-weather concert presenters, booking everything from classic New York hip-hop artists in outerborough NYC parks to big-name indie-rock bands on the Central Park mainstage. The festival has even expanded to film screenings and dance performances.
This year’s festival runs through October. Events happen just about every week of the summer including free concerts, dance performances and film screenings.
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