Bacardi NH7 Weekender is back for its seventh year, and its even more special! Catch the happiest music festival in the abode of clouds, Shillong (Oct 21-22), in historic Hyderabad (Nov 5-6) where the festival takes place for the first time ever, and in Pune (Dec 2-4) where it all started. Watch out for amazing new artists, iconic favourites, specials and finds at the food and flea bazaar, art and installations, and take home a lifetime of memories!
One of the most anticipated music festivals in India, Bacardi NH7 Weekender is all about the music, the vibe and a true music festival experience.
IT’S AWESOME BECAUSE
-The seventh edition: That’s right! Bacardi NH7 Weekender is coming back to Pune for it’s seventh edition.
-Loads of artists: As always, we promise you a kickass line-up with the coolest artists.
-A weekend plan: No need to apply for leaves (except maybe one). Enjoy the festival guilt free.
-Happiest music festival: With music, dancing, buckets and shiny people, the happiest music festival is ready for you.
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