This winter, follow the sound of music and travel to places in India where you can witness some brilliant local and regional talents waiting to explode. Groovin to some great music and be a part of the thrilling music festivals across the country. Book your dates for an unforgettable travelling experiences to these places.

Delhi

Delhi
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The Northeast Festival, touted as the biggest cultural event in the Capital will be on November 3-5, 2017. Witness performances by popular musicians, bands and singers from the Northeast states during the music events of the festival.

Nagaland

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Travel to Kohima, the capital of Nagaland, Northeast India and witness the Hornbill International Music Festival. It is a part of the annual 10-day-day Hornbill Festival of Nagaland. It will be held on December 1-10, 2017 in Kohima.

Rajasthan

Rajasthan
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Delight in Rajasthan, the land of festivals. One can attend travel to the state and be a part of the festivals held throughout the year. Magnetic Fields, the one-day Magnetic Music festival , will be held on December 18, 2017, at Alisar Mahal, Shekhawati. The three-day Ragasthan festival will also be held mid November at Jaisalmer.

Manipur

Manipur
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Music is a great part of any festival and music event and competitions is also a major attraction of India’s only Orange Festival at Tamenglong  in Manipur. A state festival, organised by the district administration, is held every December.

Goa

Goa
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One of the most popular tourist destinations in India, festivities rock Goa during the winter months.  The Sunburn festival, electronic dance music festival, will be held here on December 28-30, 2017.

Madhya Pradesh

Ujjain
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The Kalidas Samaroh Festival  that celebrates and showcases cultural music and events will be held at Ujjain on November 10-16, 2017.

Chennai

Chennai
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The Madras Music Season will be held on on December 15, 2017 to 1 January 2018. Started way back in 1927, the Chennai music festival is considered as one of the biggest cultural music festivals in the world.