Written by Dipti Nagpaul |Updated: November 29, 2019 3:27:04 pm
Festival director Supreet Kaur talks about how NH7 Weekender has grown in 10 years
This year, there is a wider mix of sounds with the mainstay of rock and metal as well as afro beats and newer electronic sounds. They are celebrating hip-hop in a bigger way this year.
It was the second edition of NH7 Weekender and Supreet Kaur was in Pune with the organising team, Only Much Louder (OML), making sure every department had what they needed to operate smoothly. She was just out of college and it was her first job, in which there was a stage that had a giant ferris wheel. However, as the festival began, each day went past and there was little or no activity on this stage. “It came alive with the finale. The all-star performance that included Imogen Heap, Vishal Dadlani and many others, had the audience going crazy over the music. That is when I realised the grand vision the organisers had for the festival,” says Kaur, “I was so struck by the visual that I wanted be a part of this, that connects both audience and artists through music.”
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