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    The Rhythm & Blues Festival In Kasauli Is The Best Time To Enjoy Both Music & The Mountains

    Rene posted on 09 February

    What Is It?

    Kasauli Rhythm & Blues Festival is coming back on the Easter weekend {Mar 30-31}. An annual festival organised by Genesis Foundation to raise funds for critically ill children, this one brings the sleepy cantonment time to life with music filling the valley and the hills being on their best behaviour {perfect weather and all}.

    Who Is It For?

    Are you one of those people who feels like everything feels better in the hills? Including the ones who love the chai, pakoras and Maggi after long treks? You need to plan a trip to Kasauli in March end. With a lineup of artists that engage with folks who like mellow, acoustic guitars to ones who favour energetic, folksy beats, there’s something for everyone here. How can we be sure? Well, the photos from last year’s edition have families, couples, lone music lovers, artists and just about everyone.

    Why Should I Go For It?

    This mountain fest has seen powerhouses like Usha Uthup, Shilpa Rao and Kutle Khan Sufi Collective over the years and we have a reason to believe that this year will be no different.

    It’s a chance to enjoy Rhythm & Blues under the bright blue skies while feeling the cool, mountain breeze caress your hair. You’ll see hills in the backdrop as When Chai Met Toast or Thermal & A Quarter bring every music enthusiast to the yard. Other performers include Parvaaz, Suraj Jagan and Unplugged.

    Finally, you can take solace in the fact that all the proceeds will go towards treating children struggling with cardiovascular disorders.

    Anything Else?

    Find more info here.

    The early bird tickets start at INR 2,360 for kids and INR 4,720 per person for an adult. Buy them here.

    When: March 30-31

    Where: Baikunth Resorts

    More Information


    Baikunth Resorts

    Location Details

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