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Naezy, Peter Cat Recording Co., Mame Khan to Perform At Ranthambore Music & Wildlife Festival 2019

The third edition of the event takes place from December 27th-29th at the Nahargarh Palace Hotel in Ranthambore, Rajasthan

David Britto Dec 11, 2019

Mumbai rapper Naezy. Photo: Fahama Sawant

Later this month, Ranthambore Music & Wildlife Festival will return for its third edition between December 27th-29th at Rajasthan’s Nahargarh Palace Hotel in Ranthambore. The fest aims to promote the need to preserve India’s wildlife as well as showcase diverse musical forms.

This year’s lineup features Rajasthani folk/sufi artist Mame Khan, Mumbai rapper Naezy, New Delhi gypsy outfit Peter Cat Recording Co., electronica artist Lifafa, New Jersey/Mumbai vocalist-flautist Rasika Shekar, Kolkata world music group Arko Mukhaerjee Collective and more.

Apart from the music, attendees can take part in wildlife jungle safaris, block printing and pottery workshops, heritage expeditions, stargazing sessions and malt tastings. In addition to a specially curated Hoegaarden brunch, there’s wine tasting, motorbike test drives and more.

Ranthambore Festival has partnered with Corona, linking with the brand’s goal to initiate and promote outdoor experiences. A press statement mentions that Corona “aims to encourage consumers to truly disconnect from their everyday routine and reconnect with their essential self in nature, thereby experiencing outdoors, indoor.” The Corona Hathi Kund stage will host all the major artists performing at Ranthambore.

Speaking about the festival, Corona’s AB InBev representative Udit Mediratta mentions that the partnership enables patrons to discover music amidst forest surroundings. The director, global brands (South Asia) adds, “We truly believe that outdoors is where the best version of ourselves shine through
and are thrilled to deliver such meticulously crafted experiences that will only help strengthen our outdoor narrative further. We aim to develop more such experiences for our consumers.”

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Click here to buy tickets for the festival. 


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