What Is It?

Touted to be the country’s first folk and fusion festival to be held in October, Paddy Fields aims to delve into the origins of folk music, while also presenting its more contemporary form.

Who Is It For?

Would you love to listen to soulful music by some legendary artists at a beautiful venue? Then here’s your chance. Transport yourself to the world of music at this one-of-a-kind folk and fusion festival, Paddy Fields, on October 15 and 16 at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon.

Witness soul-stirring performances by folk and fusion artists such as Mame Khan {folk music from Rajasthan}, Dhruv Ghanekar and his fusion band called Dhruv Voyage, Gangadhar And Tulika {folk music of Bengal}, Papon, Chaar Yaar {folk music from North India}, Nooran Sisters {folk and fusion from Punjab, The Colonial Cousins and Salim – Sulaiman.

This two-day festival is open for all, including children {children below three don’t need a ticket}, and is a seated four-hour event with a full bar service {for those above 21 only}. The festival aims to bring together folk music from different parts of the country, dwell into their origin, all while infusing sounds of fusion. They also wish to give regional musicians a larger platform to showcase their talent.

Why Should I Go?

If you’re a music enthusiast and want to dive deep into the tunes and melodies of regional folk and fusion, it doesn’t get better than this. With tickets starting at INR 1,150 {per day}, you can take along your family and friends for an evening full of music.

What Else?

Tickets are available through different categories such as diamond, platinum, gold, silver and bronze, and can be availed of on BookMyShow or at the venue two days prior to the event {if they aren’t sold out, that is}.

Where: Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon

When: Oct 15 and 16

Price: INR 1,150 per day

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Featured photo courtesy: Paddy Fields