The Bacardi NH7 Weekender is back! Meghalaya will play host to the happiest music festival for the fourth season on November 2-3, 2018.

In its ninth edition, Bacardí NH7 Weekender, India’s largest multi-genre music festival heads to the gorgeous hills of Meghalaya on November 2-3 and back to the city it calls home, Pune on December 7-9.

Announcing the festival, the organizers Only Much Louder (OML) said that the pre-sale is expected go live later this month, with special prices for those Under 21, like last year.

According to an official announcement on July 25, the pre-sale tickets for the Meghalaya edition of the Bacardi NH7 Weekender will begin “very very soon”. The tickets will be available at, the official ticketing partner for the event.

Since its inception, the Bacardí NH7 Weekender has featured over 540 artists from India and around the world, across a variety of genres to over 500,000 fans. The festival has evolved to become one of the country’s most beloved musical weekends as thousands of fans and discerning music lovers converge for an unforgettable experience.

The 2017 edition witnessed performances by some of the most acclaimed international headliners and stellar names from the Indian music scene, including Steve Vai, Textures, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Marky Ramone, CAS, Vishal Bhardwaj, Ram Sampath, Pentagram, The Local Train, TM Krishna, and Nooran Sisters. The Pune edition of the festival also saw the addition of a comedy tent, featuring performances by more than 25 Indian comedians including Tanmay Bhat, Biswa Kalyan Rath, Kunal Rao, Naveen Richard and Aisi Taisi Democracy.

Now in its third year with a vision to take the festival experience to more cities than ever before, BACARDÍ NH7 Weekender Express Editions lineup and dates will be announced soon. The day-long editions offer plenty to look forward to with some of the country’s biggest acts.

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