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    Attend The Kasauli Blues Festival For A Great Cause & Good Music

    Aakanksha posted on 15 March

    What Is It?

    Kasauli Rhythm & Blues Festival is back with its sixth edition to send beautiful music wafting from through the valley. This two-day festival is Genesis Foundation’s annual fundraiser to provide financial support to critically ill children with heart disorders, making this a music festival to Save Little Hearts.

    You’ll hear gifted artists {both established and upcoming names} like Kamakshi Khanna Collective, Nasya, Neeraj Arya’s Kabir Cafe, Jonita Gandhi Band, Eka, Late Too Soon and Rajeev Raja Combine alongside a bunch of activities planned at Baikunth Resorts. So we’re talking a very scenic setting and some amazingly memorable tunes.

    Who Is It For?

    Those who believe in the healing power of music {very literally in this case} and definitely those born for the hills.

    If mountain breeze, chai and music wasn’t charming enough, they’ve got drums circle and music meditation too. So you’re really going to come back feeling good about yourself and the world in general.

    Why Should I Go For It?

    The weather will be perfect for the hills and when the mountain breeze comes together with soulful music, there’s little to rival the happiness it’d bring. And, if you need more convincing, you can do some background reading on the previous editions and you’ll figure why it’s been such a hit. 

    Plus, we feel a sense of calm come on by knowing that a donor pass we buy will ensure that the proceeds are going to children who are struggling to get that life-saving surgery {over the last few years, more than 1,200 children have already been treated thanks to this initiative}.

    Anything Else?

    Find all the info. about the performing artists, accommodation options, passes and transport here

    More Information


    Baikunth Resorts

    Location Details

    Village Chabbal, P.O. Garkhal, Tehsil Kasauli, Solan, Himachal Pradesh