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Cherry Blossom festival draws huge crowd on Day 1

First Published: 19th November, 2023 17:21 IST

Meghalaya Tourism Minister Paul Lyngdoh graced the occasion amidst a vibrant atmosphere.

The enthusiasm was high as the Cherry Blossom festival kicked off on Saturday in Ri-Bhoi district of Meghalaya.

The first day of the Festival saw huge crowds thronging Madan Kurkalang, Bhoirymbong, the venue of the festival.

With the skies all cleared up on Saturday, the festival grounds resonated with the echoes of electrifying performances from both local and international artists, creating an exceptional atmosphere that drew festival-goers closer to the celebration.

The day marked the performances of sensations including the Hybrid Theory, NE-YO, Meba Ofilia, Pink Panda, Snow White, Rahul Rajkhowa, Banjop, Kenny Music, Gwyneth, CYCO and Chevinia among others.

Meghalaya Tourism Minister Paul Lyngdoh graced the occasion amidst the vibrant atmosphere.

The annual festival is an unforgettable celebration of music and nature.

The first day of the festival which was supposed to begin on Friday had to be cancelled due to inclement weather.

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