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The return of the Happiest music festival in India! The Bacardi NH7 Weekender is back in Pune

The words 'music festival' is something that brings extreme excitement and joy to people's lives and even more so when it is the Bacardi NH7 Weekender.

I still remember my first NH7 Weekender and it was an experience that changed my life. The journey of the festival started in 2010 and I have made it a point to visit every single year.

There is joy in the air at the festival and it was definitely one of the more missed parts of our lives during the peak of the pandemic.

What started as a music festival in Pune back in 2010, is now a cultural norm that the entire city looks forward to. The festival started with 35 artists and 3000 attendees and has grown to have become a place where people in the numbers of 10's of thousands come to celebrate music. art. food and joy.

You may expect the festival to focus more on presenting us with a variety of Indian performances, including some well-known names as well as fresh ones. This is an excellent opportunity to reconnect with your Indian heritage, making it a fantastic experience for us to appreciate and learn more about the Indie music industry.

With artists like Ritviz, Prateek Kuhad, Seedhe Maut, Kayan, Raja Kumari, Ankur Tiwari among the many extremely talented acts to look forward to, the festival, never disappoints in giving everyone an experience they will cherish forever.

There have been massive changes in the management of the festival as the mother company of NH7 was taken over by Nodwin Gaming. This makes it more exciting for the audience to see what new attractions the festival will have in store.

Along with the music acts, the festival also facilitates some of the best comics and other forms of entertainment such as the infamous Ferris wheel ride, stall games, amazing food, and much more.

The global pandemic affected everyone all over the world and it is amazing to see how the Bacardi NH7 Weekender is finally happening after a hiatus of two years.

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