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Guwahati, Sept 26: This year, the famous Ziro music festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary, and with its four-day extravaganza, the festival will be celebrated in Arunachal Pradesh from September 28 to October 1.

The acronym has become a household name among indie music artists, as the festival is considered one of the best gatherings for music lovers.

The partly tourism-funded festival was born out of casual conversation between curators Bobby Hano and Anup Kutty, which succeeded in making inroads among the hearts of music lovers and resonating with festival-goers.

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“Our journey has been truly remarkable, marked by a blend of challenges and triumphs. The emotions that arise are understandable, given the sacrifices made – the loss of family members, internal team conflicts, and clashes of ideas with associates. Despite these hurdles, the sense of achievement in how far we’ve come is heartening,” said Bobby Hano, visibly content.

Hano shared that, marking a decade of cultural exchange, artistic expression, and a steadfast commitment to sustainability, the 10th installment of the Ziro Festival holds the promise of being a momentous occasion.

Ziro Music Festival to begin on THIS date in Arunachal Pradesh: Check details here

ZFM got international support from cultural agencies like the British Council, the Embassy of Israel, and the Institut de Francais, which succeeded in fostering a fusion of Indian and international talents.

In its 10th edition, the ZFM unveils the Takvr Stage, an exciting new addition that will spotlight prominent DJs and music producers. Crafted under the guidance of Ziro Festival veteran and India’s foremost electronic artist, Sapta, also known as Marti Bharath, the Takvr stage is set to present an extraordinary lineup hailing from various corners of the globe.

This lineup features a dynamic array of homegrown talents such as Kissnuka, known by her real name Anushka Manchanda, Nagaland’s premier DJ and producer Ina, along with Deep Brown, Smokey Sound and Unnayana, among other notable names. The international roster includes renowned acts like Angata from Israel, Sebastian Fuchs from Germany, and the Lithuanian producer Leon Somov, who is making a return to Ziro this year.

Bollywood playback singer Mohit Chauhan and actor-producer and music composer Farhan Akhtar will also be performing with his band.

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