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Next up: Music fest with a conglomeration of artists from India and abroad

The happiest music festival will see performances by some of the most exciting artists from India and around the world. Bacardi NH7 Weekender gets bigger with an extensive line-up in four cities.

music Updated: Oct 30, 2014 15:32 IST
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The happiest music festival will see performances by some of the most exciting artists from India and around the world. Bacardi NH7 Weekender gets bigger with an extensive line-up in four cities.

The fifth edition of India’s happiest music festival returns this November with a huge lineup of artists from India and around the world. Over the last four years, the Bacardi NH7 Weekender has grown to be one of the country’s most beloved musical weekends.

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This year, over 100 artists will play on six different stages at the Bacardi NH7 Weekender’s four editions - November 1-2 in Kolkata, November 8-9 in Bangalore, November 21-23 in Pune and November 29-30 in Delhi.

The international headlining acts include- The Vaccines (Pune & Delhi), Fear Factory (Pune & Delhi), MuteMATH (Kolkata & Bangalore), Jon Hopkins (Bangalore), Sarah Blasko (Bangalore & Kolkata) , Dinosaur Pile-Up (Pune & Delhi).

While in homegrown acts are- The Dewarists return, Raghu Dixit Project Feat Nrityarutya (Pune & Delhi), Bhayanak Maut (Four Editions+New Album Release) Pentagram (All Four Editions).