Day 5 of .FEST Creates a Magical Night of Classical Music

The crowd of ardent music lovers could not stop applauding as they welcomed the musical legends in Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar:  The 5th day of .FEST witnessed an overwhelming audience of over twelve thousand  present to enjoy the magical night of classical music with the living legend Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia, alongside numerous famous Indian musicians, including Ustad Taufiq Quresh, Ojas Adhiya, and Odia singer Susmita Das.
International performers like Louis Banks, George Brooks, and Gwyneth Wentink also added to the zealous spark of the night.
Locals and visitors continued to enjoy the delectable regional delicacies from different Indian states as well as the international cuisines from the 16 Hockey World Cup participant nations and 24 Indian states.
Additionally, they also enjoyed delicacies from Odisha. The Night Bazaar/Flea Market gave local artists, start-ups, performers, craftsmen, and innovators an excellent stage on which to display their products.
The Flea Market, which was founded with the intention of displaying the handicrafts and textiles of Odisha, proved to be a wonderful crowd-puller and a shopping experience for visitors with more than 120 locally made goods on display.
Sebbe-Au-Ebbe (Then & Now), a photo exhibition that honours Bhubaneswar’s illustrious urban/city heritage and charts its transformation, remained the focal point of the occasion. The City Trails are available to visitors until February 12th, 2023, so they can fully immerse themselves in the culture and history of Bhubaneswar.
On the sixth day of the festival, January 20, the “LOL.FEST” will take the stage by storm and will feature stand-up comedians Sunil Grover, Shilpa Rao, and Sashank Sekha.
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