Flights to Delhi could allow visitors to attend the Rock in India festival this February 20th.

 

Flights to Delhi in mid-February could be a more rocking affair than is often the case.

That is because fans of the rock genre may be flocking to the region to attend the Rock in India event, which is scheduled to take place on February 20th.

If flights to Delhi are not available,flights to Bangalore for February 22nd will allow travellers to attend the second staging of the festival.

However, some criticism of the event has arisen this year after the billing took on a slightly different format to previous years.

Past headliners have included Iron Maiden, Machine Head and Megadeth; but this year’s concert is led by the Backstreet Boys and Richard Marx.

As part of the event, the organisers have created a “rock democracy” where local rock groups are listed on the festival’s website.

The initiative is intended to give Indian rock acts the opportunity to connect directly with their fans, as well as being showcased during the concert itself to visitors from all over the world.

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