7 Events and Festivals You Don’t Want To Miss This Winter!

Ed Sheeren Live tour

It’s easier to pack a bag and runaway. I agree, some of the best travel experiences are the spontaneous, unplanned ones. But every journey without a proper destination take us to illusions that leaves us with nothing but delusions that tells us the trip was amazing, even if it’s not. Imagine the disappointment of a traveller traversing through Goa in the midst of June faces when the parties are nothing more than playing full volume music, and beaches are nothing but wet sand and street dogs roaming around. Even people attending Sunburn and Supersonic festivals in December miss out the Silent Noise party which is a unique experience limited to Goa.

So here is a short list to keep you busy these frosty months. Consider the hoarfrost of late autumn as the invitation to these festivals:

  1. Ed Sheeran India Tour

    Ed Sheeren Live tour
    Book your tickets Ed Sheeren is coming to Mumbai for one-day concert that is going to leave music lovers and his fans spell bounded.
  2. Rann Utsav

    Rann Utsav
    A celebration of Gujarati culture and traditions – is one of the legendary festivals in November in India. Ornamented with elegance and grace, this 2-months-long festival is complete bliss with warm hospitality, folk performances, adventure sports, and ethnic demonstrations. Most popular among the events in the month of November, the festival is held over sprawling and sparkling 7,000 sq miles of white sand.
  3. Taj balloon festival 

    Taj Balloon Festival The Taj Balloon Festival is a unique 3-day extravaganza that recreates the pageantry and elegance of the Mughal era, whilst setting new benchmarks in the realm of lifestyle tourism
  4. Losoong festival

    Losoong Festival Losoong is an extravagance carnival in Sikkim. According to the Tibetan Calendar, the festival falls on the 10th month of every year which is generally the month of December. Chaam dance and archery contests are the major attractions.
  5. Ziro Music Festival

    Ziro Music Festival Ziro festival has become one of the best outdoor music festivals of India. It’s held in Hong Village in Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh which is home to the Apatani tribe.
  6. Hornbill Festival

    Hornbill Festival Also called the ‘Festival of Festivals’, the Hornbill Festival is held every year in the first week of December, at Kisama Heritage Village in Nagaland
  7. Sunburn Festival

    Sunburn Festival India’s largest EDM festival featuring Martin Garrix & Dj Snake to be held at Pimpri-Chinchwad in Pune.

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