India is highly revered for its spectacular music culture. Those international travellers who are planning to spend on air tickets on India bound flights in 2014 may look forward to take part in some of the country’s upcoming musical fests.

India music festivals are fast gaining popularity all over the country. On the scenic hills, inside a fort and amid the golden sands of a beach, the euphonic sounds are becoming ubiquitous. These feasts are not only popular among domestic travellers, but also catch the fancy of global vacationers who spend on air tickets on India bound flights for revelling into the rich musical scene of the nation. Here is a quick rundown of some of the upcoming events that are sure to leave domestic as well as international visitors dancing on air!

Escape Festival of Art & Music

Slated for May 2014 (subject to change) at Lake Resort, Naukuchiatal, Uttarakhand, Escape Festival for Art & Music is something that will transport you to a cloud nine. It is going to feature a unique collection of artists, shutterbugs, musicians, tattoo artists, ceramists, painters and graffiti artists from far and wide. The three-day fiesta is set take place amidst the immaculate beauty of Naukuchiatal and boasts the best of camping, a film fiesta and a flea market on the banks of a pristine lake. With the most empyreal views of the Himalayas treating the eyes and most euphonic sounds pleasing the ears, this eclectic event is just the tickets to ultimate bliss. International travellers who are planning to buy tickets on flights to jaunt Delhi during this month may plan a weekend gateway to this enchanting place and be a part of the legendary event.

Rajasthan International Folk Festival

Rajasthan International Folk Festival (RIFF) is definitely the best bet for folk lovers who are planning to hop on India bound flights for October 2014. Kicking off from 26th till 30th October in Jodhpur, it is a grand extravaganza and a great opportunity to experience the melodious folksongs by more than 250 musicians and performing artists from across India and world. RIFF is revered as the first annual event of India that celebrates the traditional art. It is planned to take place against the grand backdrop of the Mehrangarh Fort, a captivating fortress in Jodhpur. The fest will present a mesmerising repertoire of jazz night, a Rajasthani night and traditional dance forms in addition to early morning ragas. In a nutshell, visiting this enchanting place during this affair would do a world of good to musos reserving air tickets on flights to India holidays.

Bacardi NH7 Weekender

Bacardi NH7 Weekender is an indie musical fiesta presenting the finest of metal, fusion, electronic, traditional and rock musical genres. Scheduled to take place at various Indian cities namely Pune, Bengaluru, Kolkata and Delhi, it is the rite of passage for concert-goers who are considering investing on tickets aboard India flights for explore the different genres of euphony from India and across the world. It is scattered across the multiple stages with streaming tunes, all-inclusive gig listings and performances by artists from India and around the world. Its line-up includes some of the leading bands and performers like Chase & Status, DJ Set, Textures, Simian Mobile Disco, Midival Punditz (Live) and much more. Dates for the event are yet to be announced and tickets can be easily bought online.


The psychedelic sounds of world’s best electronic dance music, the enchanting air of Goa paired with vibrant crowd- the magic of Sunburn will remain etched in your mind for forever! This time, it is getting bigger and crazier with huge stages and legendary performances by renowned DJ’s like Afrojack, Markus Schulz, Pete Tong, Mark Knight and Indian artists like Anish Sood, Dualist Inquiry and much more. The grand event is planned to take place from 27th to 29th December 2014 at Candolim Beach, Goa and sure to thrill trance lovers who are buying tickets on India bound flights for December.

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