first_imgIt’s not a regular affair that one sits back and rejoices the weekend spent. Well, Saturday was one such weekend spent by the people who were present at the World Music Day celebration in the Capital. First, there was music. For us, that’s enough to make us love it! And second, there was ‘good’ music, with the World of Talents group beating their drums till we literally danced. That’s not all, the city – shy, restless, outspoken, quiet, however, danced with the largest flash mob to the tunes of  London Thumakda, Kolaveri Di and so many more tracks! Wait, wait, that’s not it. There were then a line up of excellent bands for all. You can imagine the joy all the music gave to the people as they sat out in the open humid weather, clapping, cheering and hooting for the bands, Turkush, Spice Route and Zephyr. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The Education Tree hosted this spectacular evening of music and dance on the occasion of World Music Day. Aiming to foster and facilitate education, and change the preconceived notions that surround it. They try to promote its objectives by the use of various unique art forms like music, art, dance, theatre and more.The concept of World Music Day was originated in France with an objective to hold free concerts wherein both professional and amateur artists can come together at a common platform to exhibit their talent. Select Citywalk was created into an epicenter of music and gave Delhi its very own musical movement. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixWhat people loved the most was the amazing interaction by Vivek Vaid, member of World of Talents and the scintillating performance by the band Turkush. Launching their track Kamli, they made the public roar with enjoyment and we all know how it would be when an amazing band plays the songs we listen to on our pods! Spice Route’s Chinmayi’s voice hit just the right chords with the people. By the end, we all hoped World Music Day gets celebrated each day!last_img