Shillong Autumn Festival back after COVID-19 lull

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Shillong Autumn Festival is back this year and Meghalaya is all set to witness its grandeur, two years after the COVID-19 pandemic halted the annual celebrations.

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The two-day event is being organised by the Meghalaya Tourism Development Forum (MTDF) and will be held at the picturesque settings of the Umiam lake from October 29.

On the first day of the festival artists from the state as well as from the country would be enthralling the festivalgoer. Well-known bands like ReChords, Strait Brothers, the Prophets, Summersalt and others would perform.

Moreover, there would be DJs, one from Australia who would be playing some of the finest music for the people to groove and get into a festive mood. Moji from Australia and DJ Meban would be on stage during the festival.

On the second day of the Shillong Autumn Festival as well, different artists would perform from the state as well as from across the country.

Apart from the music, the festival will also showcase a fashion show and dance sequences by Phoenix – a dance group with a forte in hip hop, jazz, Latino and dancehall styles.

There would also be plenty for the kids to enjoy as the Shillong Autumn Festival would have an exclusive kids zone where children of all ages can partake in activities ranging from inflatable games, face painting, temporary tattoos and go shopping for toys, sweets and other items.

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As far as the games are concerned the festival would have paintball target practice, wheels of fortune, archery, hot air balloon rides and photo booth. There would also be an exhibition on traditional costumes and a makers’ market showcasing local handicrafts and other items.

Moreover, the Shillong Autumn Festival would also have food stalls with local as well as other cuisines.

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