Musicathon Returns To Bir With A Star-Studded 10th Edition

Immerse yourself in the music of the hills at the independent musical festival set to be held from April 7 to 8
Bir. Photo Credits
Bir. Photo Credits

Musicathon, a festival that began with humble beginnings in 2019 with just two artists and a small audience of ten at Musafir Cafe, has now become one of India's most happening independent events. This year's edition, Musicathon 10.0, promises to be a mesmerizing experience for music enthusiasts and travellers alike. With over 3,000 attendees and more than 100 independent artists from all over the country, the festival has become the ultimate platform for emerging Indie artists.

The festival has also become synonymous with eco-friendliness, and this year's edition will showcase a collection of artists who share a passion for music, poetry, travel, and the environment. The serene surroundings of Bir, Himachal Pradesh, and the stunning Dhauladhar range provide the perfect backdrop for the festival, where attendees can find peace amidst the chaos of daily life.

A Starry Affair 

Headlined by the talented Khalid Ahamed, frontman of the popular band Parvaaz, Musicathon 10.0 promises to be an unforgettable experience. He will perform his latest release, Khairiyat Se, from the Hansal Mehta directorial, Faraaz, among other tracks. The festival will also feature diverse artists, including Salman Elahi, Rahgir, Anurag Vashisht, Arjan Singh, and Hindustani classical vocalist Akanksha Grover. Attendees will also be captivated by Nayab Midha's spoken word poetry and Buland Himalay's tunes. To add to the excitement, there will be a stand-up comedy act by Mohit Morani.

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More To Bir

Gaurav Kushwaha, a music and travel entrepreneur, is the mastermind behind Musicathon. With his vision and passion for music and travel, the festival has grown into a spectacular event that music enthusiasts and travellers look forward to every year. Bir, a top destination for paragliding in India, is also known for hosting the paragliding World Cup. For those who have yet to visit Bir, Musicathon is a fantastic opportunity to experience the destination's natural beauty and pleasant weather in April. For those who have been to Bir before, the festival is a chance to immerse themselves in a unique cultural experience and celebrate music, poetry, travel, and the environment.

The Information

How to reach 

By Air&nbspKangra Airport, situated 67.6 km away from the destination, serves as the nearest airport. You can hail a private taxi or a bus to Bir. 

By Rail&nbspPathankot, located 112.4 km away, is the nearest broad gauge station. From there, you can take a private cab to Bir. 

By road&nbspBir is well connected by road to major cities like Delhi and Chandigarh 

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