Easter weekend is only a couple of weeks away, so it’s the perfect time to take a break from the mundane 9-to-5, city life and the summer that seems to have crept up on us with no warning. And I can’t think of a better way to do that than a quick trip to the hills.
The 6th edition of Kasauli Rhythm and Blues Festival is all set to take place between April 14 to 16th, and it’s just what the doctor ordered for a happy heart, mind, body and soul.
Genesis Foundation‘s annual flagship event will feature an irresistible line-up of popular Indian artists like Jonita Gandhi Band, Neeraj Arya Kabir Café, Nasya, Eka, Kamakshi Khanna Collective, Late Too Soon, Rajeev Raja Combine and the one and only, Usha Uthup. They’re coming together in the picturesque hills of Himachal for one beautiful mission – to aid and raise funds for kids suffering from heart disorders.
After facilitating the medical treatment for more than 1000 plus critically ill, underprivileged children, Genesis Foundation (GF) announced its core focus to be Heart Disorders as of Feb 1, 2017. Not only is it one of the most common ailments in kids, it is also an area that desperately needs attention and is sorely missing awareness, resources, and support. The funds raised at this festival will be used to support the treatment of children suffering from heart disorders.
Prema Sagar, Founding Trustee of Genesis Foundation (GF), said:
It is really exciting to see how Kasauli Rhythm & Blues Festival has grown over the years. What is even more heartening to see is that while people love the air in the hills of Kasauli, good music and friends – they also feel strongly about the purpose. From our supporters, to donors and music lovers, to volunteers, #KasauliRnB really brings out the best in everyone. It’s a festival with a heart, to Save Little Hearts. Genesis Foundation has treated over 1200+ children and we hope to move faster with the participation of our “Friends of GF Communities” so that we save many more children.
Kasauli Rhythm & Blues Festival takes place at Baikunth Resorts, Kasauli on April 14th to 16th 2017.
Click here to lend your support to the cause by booking your festival passes and to know full details about the festival.