Bacardi NH7 Weekender will take place on December 2nd, 2023, at the Pune International Exhibition Center. The festival will feature four stages: the Bacardi Stage, the Dewar's Stage, the Windmills Stage, and the Flea Market.The Bacardi Stage is the main stage at the festival. This stage will feature popular artists from a variety of genres. Bacardi NH7 Weekender Festival Stage The Dewar's Stage is dedicated to electronic and dance music. This stage will feature a mix of local and international DJs. Bacardi NH7 Weekender Festival Dewar's Stage,The Windmills Stage is a smaller stage that features independent and up-and-coming artists. This stage is a great place to discover new music. Bacardi NH7 Weekender Festival Windmills Stage,The Flea Market is a popular destination for festival goers. This market features a variety of vendors selling unique merchandise and crafts.Bacardi NH7 Weekender Festival Flea Market, The Bacardi NH7 Weekender is a great way to experience the best of Indian music. The festival is also a great place to meet new people and have fun.

NH7 Weekender day 2nd Festival Schedule 2 Dec 2023

Bacardi nh7 weekender pune Location:

Teerth Fields, Teerth Town Rd, Near Vibgyor High School, Sus, Pune, Maharashtra 411021

the festival will take center stage at Teerth Fields, a sprawling venue near the Kharadi Bypass, transforming it into a musical haven for three days.

Teerth Fields: The Perfect Stage for Musical Revelry:

Teerth Fields pune

Nestled amidst lush greenery and conveniently located close to the Kharadi Bypass, Teerth Fields offers the perfect setting for the Bacardi NH7 Weekender Pune. The expansive grounds provide ample space for music enthusiasts to lose themselves in the rhythm of their favorite tunes, while also offering ample room for exploration and relaxation.

 NH7 Weekender 2nd Dec Lineup M.I.A.

  • M.I.A.
  • JAI WOLF PRIYA RAGU MEMBA
  • ALO WALA CARTEL MADRAS
  • AARIFAH REBELLO BEBHUMIKA DORWIN JOHN
  • GURBAX HANITA BHAMBRI KATOPTRIS
  • LAVI & FOENIXLOTHIKA
  • MARY ANN ALEXANDER NAALAYAK

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