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Press Release |  30 Nov 2015 21:08 |  By RnMTeam

Bacardi NH7 Weekender 2015 Delhi chapter draws to a close

MUMBAI: BACARDI? NH7 Weekender 2015 concluded its Delhi chapter this Sunday evening at Sector 10 in Dwarka, marking its fourth successful edition in the capital. Fans of all ages experienced a unique blend of some of the biggest music acts from India and across the globe. The happiest music festival now moves to its final two stops – Pune (4-6 December) and Bengaluru (5-6 December).

The two-day festival culminated in heavy-duty performances like Vishal Dadlani’s all-star tribute to Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Mexican acoustic guitar-playing sensation Rodrigo y Gabriela, Scottish post-rock heroes Mogwai, maverick producer Flying Lotus, British electro-pop artist SBTRKT’s DJ set, Australian folk duo Pierce Brothers and Edinburgh-based multi-instrumentalist composer and producer Joe Acheson’s Hidden Orchestra. Homegrown favourites Advaita, Chayan & Smiti, Begum, Parikrama, Spud In The Box, Hriday Gattani, Sapta, Soulmate once again showed the depth of great alternative musical talent India continues to produce. The music was combined with incredible visuals at all five stages - BACARDI? Arena, The Dewarists, Moto Spotlight, Jack & Jones All Starr Jamm and Breezer Beat Camp.

Commenting on the Happiest Music festival of India, Manish Seth, Director of Marketing, India & South-East Asia, Bacardi, said, "The Delhi edition of BACARDÍ NH7 Weekender in all its glory, will be a benchmark of sorts for all the upcoming music festivals this year. Continuing with our Untameable spirit, we introduced an exclusive 7D Virtual experience, 'Bacardi Oculus', adding the notch of innovation to the whole experience for our fans. In addition, we continued to delight our fans with other experiences like the BACARDÍ Bucket Seats, Grey Goose Lounge, Breezer Gaming Zone, The Grand BACARDÍ Ferris Wheel, The BACARDÍ Store By Happily Unmarried, amongst others."

Vijay Nair, CEO, Only Much Louder says, “This has been another incredible year for the festival in Delhi. I’m amazed to see it continue to evolve and connect with a wider audience each year. The vibe has been overwhelmingly positive and we are grateful for the unprecedented support from the state authorities, Delhi Police, the media and most of all to the thousands of fans who make it to the festival every year.”

The festival provided a wide array of delicious options at the Food Bazaar by Swiggy. The Maker’s Market by Engrave showcased a variety of creative products from artists, craftspeople and DIYers from across India. In addition to these, interactive concepts including the Stray Dog jamroom for aspiring musicians, Saavn’s recording studio, Jack & Jones’ human foosball game and their unique take on the game of Twister, and Roposo’s DIY t-shirt designs.