Details Announced For Debut Edition Of Ranthambore Festival
11 January 2017
Ranthambore Festival is a three-day event set to take place from 27-29 January at Nahargarh Palace, which seeks to promote wildlife conservation and shed light on dying folk music forms in Rajasthan.
An initiative of non-profit organisation Puqaar, entry to the festival and many of its events is completely free of cost, though certain workshops and concerts will be ticketed separately. All-access passes are also available for Rs 12000 inclusive of accommodation and all events for the entire duration of the festival. Head over to Bookmyshow for details.
Events at the festival include musical performances by folk and classical artists including legendary sufi vocalist Ustad Ma Zila Khan (who has also curated the event), dancer Mallika Sarabhai, folk act Maati Baani and classical pianist Karl Lutchmayer along with 35 hand picked Rajasthani folk musicians.
Apart from the music, the festival will also feature open-air film screenings, interactive talks and participatory workshops, hot-air balloon rides and lots of eats to keep you full.