At Magnetic Fields Nomads, some answers for music festivals grappling with challenges of COVID-19 era
While the past year has stripped audiences of the opportunities to enjoy live events, festivals such as Magnetic Fields are trying new approaches that might serve as blueprints for others.
A year since India's COVID-19 lockdown, an overview of how artists and cultural institutions navigated a crisis
Reviewing a year since nationwide COVID-19 lockdown, in culture coverage at Firstpost. Part 1 looks at how artists and institutions responded to the crisis.
As Sunburn 2020 announcement faces flak, course for live music events in post-COVID era seems increasingly unclear
The idea that the Sunburn Festival could go on in this COVID-19 climate — albeit in a truncated avatar — seems nothing short of absurd. Or is it?
Reeling under COVID-19 impact, India's live events giants mull future approach for audience changed by pandemic
In 2019, the live events market in India was valued at Rs 8,300 crores. It was estimated to reach Rs 12,200 crores by 2022. Between January-April 2020, however, the industry was found to have incurred losses worth Rs 40,000 crores, and the numbers have only risen since then
Dharamshala International Film Festival 2017 will be held in McLeod Ganj from 2-5 November. The lineup boasts of some fine films and documentaries.
Acquaint yourself with the line-up for Mahindra Blues Festival 2017
An entertainments company owned by two Sri Lankan cricket legends apologised on Monday for an Enrique Iglesias concert where local women shed their underwear, sparking outrage from the country's president.
With Project Lightning, Twitter will start curating tweets on live events, as it plans major changes to make its real-time news feed more user friendly.