Gospel artists of Nagaland perform during the ‘Praise Sunday’ at the Hornbill International Music Festival at Agri Expo site, Dimapur on December 3. (Photo by Manen Aier)
The Hornbill International Music Festival 2017 continued in Dimapur at the Agri Expo site, 4th Mile.
Sunday evening kicked off with some of the best Gospel bands from Nagaland taking the stage.
The evening truly highlighted Nagaland’s diverse musical heritage. It showcased the enduring sounds of gospel music with performances by Tali Angh, Jack Pucho and The Warehouse Band, Kenny and The Faith Band. The musicians sang on themes ranging from tribalism, racism, and God’s love.
It was a glorious time of Gospel music, attended mostly by young people.
Tomorrow’s (December 4) event themed ‘Nagaland Unboxed’ will have some of Nagaland’s top acts notably Alobo Naga and the band, Incipit, Lords of Rock, The Gluttones, Swevens and the Tune-up Channel taking the stage at the Agri Expo site, 4th Mile. The organizers have informed that tickets for the event are priced at 100/- which will be available at the venue. Gates will open at 4:00pm while the show will start at 6:00 pm running till 9:00 pm.
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