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Get ready for kerala’s first international Indie music festival

Come November 9-13, Kerala will have its very first worldwide non mainstream live concert at the Kerala Expressions and Specialties Town, Kovalam. This five-day celebration is a valid justification to gather your packs for Kerala. Furthermore, do it quick!

The Global Non mainstream Live concert is a first of its sort, in Kerala as well as in India. This non mainstream live performance will likewise stamp the start of the yearly live event in Kerala.

The Kerala Expressions and Specialties Town will be occupied this time around on the grounds that a sum of 21 music groups from India and abroad will be taking part in this celebration. The celebration will see seven worldwide groups and artists – Will Johns and Sami Chohfi from UK, Lyia Meta from Malaysia, Anslom from Papua New Guinea, Rudra from Singapore and Roc Blossoms from/italy.

The 14 Indian groups and vocalists are – Mumbai’s Sherise, RCliff, When Chai Met Toast, Harish Sivaramakrishnan’s Agam, Skreen 6, Sithara Krishnakumar’s Task Malabaricus, Oorali, Occupation Kurian, Disorder, Lazie J, Chandana Rajesh, Thamarassery Churam, Internal Sanctum and Devan Ekambaram.

To have music as a method for supporting the travel industry in the state, seems like an exceptionally fun and fascinating thing to anticipate. Particularly when it is a sort like non mainstream. We can’t say that the way of life of non mainstream music, short for free music, is new in India. That is on the grounds that we really do have numerous imaginative non mainstream performers making enormous names for themselves in the field. Be that as it may, it is in its outset stage in India.

A celebration like this is most certainly a beginning for something. Furthermore, we are so amped up for getting to see a few truly inventive performers through this celebration. Will go for music.

The 14 Indian bands and singers are – Mumbai’s Sherise, RCliff, When Chai Met Toast, Harish Sivaramakrishnan’s Agam, Skreen 6, Sithara Krishnakumar’s Project Malabaricus, Oorali, Job Kurian, Chaos, Lazie J, Chandana Rajesh, Thamarassery Churam, Inner Sanctum and Devan Ekambaram.

Having music as a way to boost tourism in the state seems like a very fun and interesting thing to look forward to. Especially when it’s a genre like indie. The culture of indie music, short for independent music, cannot be said to be new to India. It’s because we have many creative independent musicians who are making big names in the field. However, it is in its infancy in India.

A festival like this is definitely a start for something. And we are delighted to be able to see really creative musicians through this festival. Will definitely travel for the music.

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