Holi Moly - A Musical Holi Celebration at the Village in City
Surajgarh Gurgaon presents Holi Moly - A Musical Holi Celebration at the Village in City
This Holi, get ready for a celebration like no other. Surajgarh Gurgaon presents Holi Moly - a blend of music, nature, heritage and traditions of India. From a stellar musical line-up to events celebrating the different flavours of Holi, we have something for everyone. Celebrate the festival of colours with your friends and family in its truest sense, drenched in the heritage and colours of India. At Surajgarh Gurgaon, we are focussed on bringing you a safe Holi experience that is inclusive for all age groups. In addition to the various musical artists and performances, we have a huge array of activities geared towards all, like Puppet Shows, Pottery, Turban Tying, Magic Show, Folk Dancers, Camel & Bullok Cart Rides and much more.
Raghu Dixit Project
Raghu Dixit is an Indian singer-composer, producer, and Film score composer who is the frontman for the Raghu Dixit Project, a multilingual folk music band. Dixit's music is an amalgamation of Indian ethnic music and styles from different parts of the world. His voice gives you goosebumps. His dance is going to catch your eyes. The bright drapes and duds are spot on. His music is going to keep the festival captured right from the beginning will elevate it to another level of Bliss.
Flute Recital by Ritesh Prasanna
Holi, a Festival originating from Braj, is celebrated in commemoration of the divine love of Radha for Krishna. When we think Braj and Lord Krishna, we can only relate it to melodious Flute recital setting the tone for the moment. We will start the festival with a Flute Recital by Ritesh Prasanna. Hailing from a renowned family of musicians of Varanasi who have traditionally played & nurtured the shehnai for over two & half centuries. He performed at many European and Asian nations. We will club the Flute Recital with dancers from Braj who will do traditional Holi Dances, thus setting a tone for our cultural vibe of Holi Moly Festival.
Kutle Khan Project
The rock star of Rajasthani folk, this multi-instrumentalist has been enthralling audiences all over the world, blending both Indian and Western influences and creating rhythmically complex music. Kutle Khan formed a band of his own with fellow artists from the Manganiyar community in Rajasthan who have claimed fame internationally for promoting traditional Hindustani and Sufi music. Kutle Khan regularly tours along with the legendary Susheela Raman and has collaborated with the likes of the Midival Punditz and Tritha Electric. With trademark energetic set he will keep the spirits of the festival up and will make everyone sway to age-old Folklore.
Roohani Sisters Sufi Jugalbandi (female Sufi singers) comprises of two equally trained and talented singers Dr. Jagriti Luthra Prasanna and Dr. Neeta Pandey Negi, who perform Sufiyana Qalams, Qawwali, Kaafi And Ghazals in traditional style along with their own improvisations and variations, merging it with the jugalbandi style of Indian classical music Roohani Sisters will close the festival with a mesmerising set. Their Qawalli set will again set the tone of the festival, rooted deep in the culture but having a modern take.
They are lively music, good vibes, tapping feet, and some great music. We bring to you Chizai, which is not just a band but a celebration of life and happiness! Chizai is one of the most unique and popular bands in Delhi. They are a fantastic acoustic cover band and are known throughout for their renditions of all the international hits.
Venue, Date and Time
Q. How and where do I collect my tickets/wristbands?
A. From the box office at the event venue, in exchange for your e-ticket copy.
Q. Will I be able to get a refund for the tickets if I do not attend the event?
A. No refund will be provided for tickets.
Q. Will I need to carry a photo id along for ticket and age verification purposes?
A. Yes. A valid Photo ID i.e. PAN Card, Passport, Driver’s License etc.
Q. Can I re-enter the venue during the day if I leave?
A. No, unfortunately, no re-entry is allowed for the event. Your wristband will be cut upon exit.
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