Marty Friedman to perform at Bacardi NH7 Weekender in Meghalaya

After a grand inaugural day, Bacardí NH7 Weekender in Meghalaya will witness the electrifying performance of veteran guitarist Marty Friedman on November 2.

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Called the Happiest Music Festival in India, the Bacardi NH7 Weekender returns to Meghalaya for the fifth edition this year at Wenfield, The Festive Hills, Thadlaskein near Jowai.

Legendary American guitarist Marty Friedman, known for his tenure as the lead guitarist for heavy metal band Megadeth, will be the headlining act at the festival on November 2.

Besides Marty Friedman, British progressive metal band TesseracT will also perform on November 2.

Soulmate: The North East Blues Special, Avora Records, DCF_Shapes, Gauley Bhai, Imphal Talkies, Khasi Bloodz + Guests, Lifafa, Meba Ofilia, Minute of Decay, Pia Collada, Raja Kumari, Saptak Chatterjee, Sarathy Korwar, Shorthand, SickFlip, Small Axe Sound, Tejas, The Soul and When Chai Met Toast completes the line-up of the second day of the festival.

Earlier on November 1, popular Australian rock band Karnivool and Canadian progressive metal band Intervals performed at the Bacardi NH7 Weekender in Meghalaya.

Conceptualized by OML, the festival will travel to Pune from November 29 – December 1 after the Meghalaya edition where it will celebrate a glorious decade of bringing the best musical talent to music lovers.

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Since its inception in 2010, BACARDÍ NH7 Weekender has emerged as one of the biggest and most awaited music festivals in India. Over the last decade, it has featured over 600 artists from India and around the world across genres.

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