The undulating hills of Kasauli are once again set to exhibit the serenading class of India as it hosts the seventh edition of Kasauli Rhythm and Blues Festival on 30 to 31 March.
The musical marvel amongst the hills this year will see the performance of Suraj Jagan on 30 March, who, along with Delhi based Unplugged, reproducing their spellbinding, acoustic symphonies. Besides, the pioneers of Bangalore Rock, Thermal and a Quarter, would also perform on the day.
The second day on 31 March will see soulful Sufi renditions by Rabbi Shergill.
One of the leading bands in Indie circuit, When Chai Met Toast, along with rock revellers Parvaaz, will get the audience to swoon to their distinct melodies at KRBF.
The rock concert is aimed at fund raising to saving little hearts as the funds generated through the event will be utilised to support critically ill and under-privileged children suffering from heart disorders.