Bacardi NH7 Weekender 2011

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Summary

The first-ever Bacardi NH7 Weekender will feature over 200 hours of live music from 44 of India’s top bands plus 7 of the world’s top performing artists together for the first time. Imogen Heap has now been announced as the headlining act for 2011! At least one Sonicbids band will be selected to perform. Selected bands will be provided with flights, visas, 3-star accommodation for the duration of the festival, per diems and technical rider. Spread over multiple stages with art, food and entertainment spaces, an artist village, chillout areas and 3 Bacardi bars, the festival promises an unforgettable, three day blast./n/n
The second edition of the Bacardi NH7 Weekender will take place on 18th-20th November, 2011 at Lakshmi Lawns in Pune. It will feature over 100 of India’s top bands along with 10 International bands. Imogen Heap has now been announced as the headlining act for 2011!


At least one Sonicbids band will be selected to perform as part of the Bacardi NH7 Weekender lineup. Selected bands will be provided with flights, visas, 3-star accommodation for the duration of the festival, per diems and technical rider. The festival is looking for artists ranging from Alternative, Electronic/Dance/DJ, Fusion, Funk, Jam Band, Metal, Pop, Punk, Reggae, Rock, Soul and World, with a heavy focus on Singer/Songwriters.


The Bacardi NH7 Weekender is a true music festival experience, one that hasn’t been seen before in India, until last year at the first edition of the festival. Spread over multiple stages with dedicated art, food and entertainment spaces, an artist village, chillout areas and multiple bars, the festival promises an unforgettable weekend blast.


NH7 is the longest national highway in India, connecting the north to the south, the butter chicken to the dosa, the dhol to the mridangam. It is also India’s only online music magazine. that clues you into the Indian independent music scene or if you’re already there, keeps you posted on the latest happenings - news, gigs, reviews, artists, interviews, bad humour, et al.


Check out reviews of the 2011 festival here, here and here







This festival is part of the EuroSonicbids program. To see more festivals participating in this program, click here.