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Get Folksy At The Festival Dedicated to Folk Music And Performances

Rini posted on 10 June

What Is It?

A festival bustling with folk music, art and performances, Fakiri, is for those who like art in its rawest form. Plus, street food to keep you company while festival hopping.

Who Is It For?

It is for anybody who enjoys something out of the ordinary. It's a real reflection of India - from Kashmir to Karnataka and Rajasthan to Bengal, but in the form of art, culture and food. Why wouldn't it interest you?

Why Should I Go For It?

Fakiri's line-up of sufi, indie and Rajasthani musicians will be enough to get you to trek to Phoenix MarketCity, where the festival is happening. Think Ustaad Shujaat Khan, Raghu Dixit, Saurav Moni, Aabha Hanjura and many others from across the country. But if you can't make it this weekend, it's also on the following one.

When: Friday, June 10-Sunday, June 12 and Friday, June 17-Sunday, June 19

Where: Phoenix Marketcity, Whitefield Main Road, Mahadevpura

Timings: 4pm-7pm

Find the event on Facebook here.

Featured image via: Fakiri