It’s the 11<sup>th</sup> edition of The Park’s New Festival and we’re so excited!

It’s the 11th edition of The Park’s New Festival and we’re so excited!

Anything But Ordinary – that is an ideology, The Park Hotels follows by heart. With events like Ramadan Food Walk & in-Room Picnic menu for its patrons to converting it’s own terrace to a garden to provide for organic ingredients to be used in the meals, The Park Hotels does everything to make sure that the guests get the extraordinary. The Park’s New Festival is one such effort to showcase the new and emerging talents from across the world.

We have been attending The Park’s New Festival for the last 2 years. The first experience left us spellbound – acts and performances by artists from around the country that would change your perspective about arts. The 11th year of The Park’s New Festival is just around the corner – a six-city tour commencing September 01, 2017 and going on till September 21, 2017 – and we just can’t wait to experience the specially curated performances once again! The Park Hotels & Prakriti Foundation leave no stone un-turned while conceptualizing and curating this festival by bringing skilled performers from all over the world at a stage, showcasing unique art forms.

Commencing on September 1, The Park’s New Festival will be making a tour of Chennai, New Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Hyderabad & Bangalore. Delhi gets to witness the finesse of the festival from September 5 to September 7.

  • September 5, 2017 – A performance by Roopa Mahadevan, Artistic Director, Navatman Music Collective (NYC), a versatile vocalist rooted in the Carnatic classic tradition is scheduled on the first day of Delhi chapter.
  • September 6, 2017 – The second day of the Delhi chapter will see a solo performance by Anu Menon (aka) Lola Kutty, a Channel V VJ.
  • September 7, 2017 – A Contemporary Dance performance is on the cards – curated and performed by Folktale by Surjit Nongmeikapam from Manipur; F4 by Virieno Zakiesato from Nagaland; Awakening by Parth Bharadwai; Hands & Face Projects by Diya Naidu & Architect of Self-destruction by Abhilash Ningappa.

For more information about The Park’s New Festival, visit Prakriti Foundation & The Park’s New Festival

Entry by invitation only, so book your seats – call at +91-11-23743000!

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