Bengaluru, What's your plan for Holi? Just few weeks are left now for the festival of colours to begin and if you haven't yet planned for it, we are here to help you out. The city's biggest festival of colours, 'Hashtag Holi' has returned. It will be celebrated on 11th March 2017 at the White Orchid, Manyata Tech Park with an elaborated bouquet of Fun, Live Music and lot more. And to make it more memorable for you, two of Bollywood's greatest singers, Ram Sampath and Sona Mahapatra are coming to perform in the event! So are you ready to dance on Bollywood hit numbers this Holi?
Celebration of Holi is incomplete without music and masti. Keeping that in mind, Melody Memoire presents Hashtag Holi, a live music concert featuring Bollywood singers, Sona Mahapatra and Ram Sampath. Both Ram Sampath and Sona are known for their kind of music. While Sampath is one of the few Indian composer-producers who has tasted mainstream success outside of Bollywood with his Desi-Pop album, Sona Mahapatra made a mark for herself in the music industry with her full blooded voice. She is loved for her performance in Satyamev Jayate and Bollywood numbers like Jiya Laage Na, Baharaa and Ambarsariya. With two electrifying performers on stage, this Holi party is going to be one of the most happening events in Bengaluru.
Holi is not only one of the most awaited festivals in India but in the recent years it has also become an extremely famous festival celebrated all around the world. Everyone is into planning that perfect get-together where they can indulge in some colourful and joyous moments. The celebration is all about music, fun and lots of mouth-watering food. Every city has its own flavour of Holi. While its all about bhaang and lath maar holi in UP, in Bengaluru its all about music and dance. Bengaluru is one of the few cities in India, which waits for Holi with a bated and exciting breath, for it’s a time when the city heads out to party hard. And like a true Bengalorean, a dash of good music, cheer, and dance completes the celebration of Holi.