Baikunth Resort of Kasauli in Himachal got all glammed-up for the much-coveted musical get-together of 2019. This year's Kasauli Rhythm and Blues Festival was a smashing hit and a complete soul-rejuvenating experience for music lovers. The festival is in its 8th edition now and the dates to the 2019 gala were 19th and 20th April. Initiated in 2012 by Genesis Foundation, the real motive behind the festival was to gather funds for severely ill children who are battling heart disorders. The stage of Kasauli Rhythm & Blues Festival had seen many big giants from the music world such as the electric Shilpa Rao, the evergreen Usha Uthup and the most-loved Lesle Lewis. This time also, the festival was in full swing.
Kasauli Rhythm & Blues Music Festival aka KRBF is a yearly music festival that was founded by Genesis Foundation in 2012. The festival is organised in the beautiful Baikunth Resort of Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh. The Foundation believes in the fact that music is the best way to bring a positive change in society. The motive behind the festival is to collect donors for the treatment of heart-diseased children. Every year, the festival is graced by renowned artists from the music industry. Several independent singers and aspiring musicians also perform at the festival. The soulful music at a great ambiance like Kasauli is enough to hold on to the positive vibes.
Shubhangi Joshi Collective. People were seen spending some meaningful time while listening to the Shubhangi Joshi Collective who brings something new every time. The amalgamation of every member of the brand makes the show a captivating affair one can ever experience.
Maati Baani. Listening to“Maatibaani” rockers-Niral Kartk and Kartik Shahi, leaves you with a beautiful feeling. The duo had taken the music scene by storm with their mesmerizing voice and contemporary and conventional collaboration. It ended up on a peaceful note.
Parikrama. Parikrama Band made people go gaga with their sparkling performance. This band had brought something new to its audience by mixing Classic Rock with Indian musical instruments such as Tabla, Sitar, Santoor, etc.
Explore the Carnatic Music. A South Indian Classical Music with the Soundarya Jaychandran Band. With numerous achievements in her kitty, she is an awesome musician. One could feel her charm around him/her. She rocked the event with her soulful voice while producing mind-blowing music playing guitar.
Thaikkudam Bridge. The unpredictability of the music artists always brings something new for listeners. Thaikkudam Bridge Band surely lived up to the expectations of its audience. The 15-member band has always brought something new and surprising. The vocals, the sound engineers, and others created a third-world scenario for people.
‘The food arrangement was awesome. Right from the Indian to continental cuisines, people were enjoying different tastes.
By Air. The nearest airports are Chandigarh Airport, Bhuntar Airport, and Kullu Airport. From Chandigarh Airport, it will hardly take an hour to reach Kasauli. Several renowned flights provide regular service to the airport. It is well-routed with major cities of India such as Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Chennai. Another airport is Kullu-Manali Airport which is located at Bhuntar. It is 11 kilometers away from Kullu and 52 kilometres away from Manali. The airport is well-linked with other major cities of India.
By Rail. The nearest railway stations of Baikunth Resort are Sonwara Railway Station in Sanwara and Koti Railway Station in Koti with a distance of 11.2 and 21.9 kilometres respectively. The railway stations are well-developed and one can easily hire a taxi or get on a local bus to reach the desired location in the city.
By Road. The roadways of Kasauli hill station are well-structured and have easy connectivity with places like Delhi, Chandigarh, Solan, Shimla, and Ambala.
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10 April 2020 - 11 April 2020
Baikunth Resort of Kasauli
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