Dance away the blues

Genesis Foundation in association with Fitbit and powered by Monster.com announces the 6th edition of its annual flagship musical event, Kasauli Rhythm & Blues Festival. The festival will be held during the Easter weekend from April 14-16 at Baikunth Resorts, Kasuali.

Dance away the blues

editorial@tribune.com

Genesis Foundation in association with Fitbit  and powered by Monster.com announces the 6th edition of its annual flagship musical event, Kasauli Rhythm & Blues Festival. The festival will be held during the Easter weekend from April 14-16 at Baikunth Resorts, Kasuali. 

The three-day event promises a range of power-packed performances from bands like Jonita Gandhi Band, Neeraj Arya Kabir Café, Nasya, Eka, Kamakshi Khanna Collective and a Bollywood Surprise. This year there are also fun-packed activities such as a Drum Circle and Meditation with Music. The festival draws people from across the country, to Kasauli to aid the fund-raiser for under-privileged kids suffering from heart disorders. 

The funds raised at KRBF 2017 will be used to support the treatment of children suffering from heart disorders.  Prema Sagar, Founding Trustee of Genesis Foundationsaid, “It is really exciting to see how Kasauli Rhythm & Blues Festival has grown over the years. What is even more heartening to see is that while people love good music and friends – they also feel strongly about the purpose.” —TNS

The line up this year includes…

April 14

  • Late too Soon
  • Rajeev Raja Combine
  • Nasya
  • Eka

April 15

  • Kamakshi Khanna Collective
  • Neeraj Arya's Kabir Café
  • Jonita Gandhi Band
  • Bollywood Surprise

April 16

  • Drum Circle
  • Meditation with Music

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