Nepal Music Festival , Nepal’s biggest volunteer run music and culture festival, is expected to attract thousands of music revelers from Nepal in Bhrikuti Mandap Ground Park, Kathmandu on November 19, 2016.
The popular Nepal Music Festival (NMF) is back for 2016 and is set to attract thousands of music fans. So if you want to catch some great live music this November, here is everything you need to know about the music festival, one of the historical event of its own kind in Nepal.
1. What is ‘Nepal Music Festival’?
The Nepal Music Festival is an annual run not-for-profit musical festival. The best thing about the festival is that all proceeds will be channeled to social causes and entrepreneurship development in Nepal.
The annual music event celebrates music, Nepali and international musicians, cultural exchange and it will also be providing space for social entrepreneurs! The NMF team have huge plans that hope to make an impact on the communities in Nepal. There’s one more special thing, The Last Resort Nepal is conducting Horizontal Bungy at Nepal Music Festival 2016. Who’s not excited?
2. When will it take place?
The Nepal Music Festival event takes place on Saturday, November 19, 2016 (Mangsir 4, 2073).
3. Where will it take place?
The Nepal Music Festival will take place at Bhrikuti Mandap Ground Park in Kathmandu, Nepal. It is a five-minute walk from Ratnapark and is accessible from all major transport routes.
4. What time does the festival start?
Gates to Nepal Music Festival 2016 will open at 11:00 am, midday on Saturday, November 19th, 2016 (Mangsir 4, 2073) and the event will close at 6pm.
5. Who is headlining the musical festival?
Bipul Chhetri, a famous musical icon among song lovers, is to headline the fifth annual NMF in Kathmandu, this time. His songs are melodic and spiritual, making you hypnotize in another world.
6. Who else is performing?
NMF will also feature various popular and promising musicians from Nepal, India, and Maldives.
The festival will also feature the most dazzling stars in the music industry from Maldives, Eman’s Conspiracy.
The festival will also feature some of Nepal’s most promising rising stars and will see performances from King’s Among Men, Kramasha Nepal as well as a special performance from The Kathmandu Cats & The Dirty Boogie Brass Band, a hard-hitting show band from the capital city of the Himalayas.
6. How much are tickets for Nepal Music Festival?
Door sales will begin from 9 am on the day of the event outside the venue.
Door sales Price: Rs 300 Only.
The audience will get access to enter the venue after 11:30 am.
Tickets are on sale now, priced at 200NRS for Early Bird Registration. (Closed now)
You can book the tickets online here!
And, for those who have booked “Early Bird” tickets either from NMF Website, Phone Calls or Inbox message are kindly informed to collect from the outlets seen on the flyer below or from our Office in Gairidhara ASAP. HURRY UP and collect your tickets from the following spots.
NOTE: Please be informed that booked tickets cannot be collected from the door on the event day.
7. Security and Safety Issues
Since NMF will be having stalls, the audience can buy water, beverages, and food inside the venue. These things are strictly prohibited during the event.
1) Any food, drinks or beverages from outside.
2) Cigarettes and lighter or Matchbox.
3) Any foreign body that is considered as a weapon or threat to safety issues.
4) Any substances that is considered illegal consumption.
5) Motorbike helmets.
6) Any person in a situation of having consumed alcohol or other illegal substances and threat or disturbances to the crowd.
7) On-site behavior or actions that are considered disturbances and threat to the public.
Audience Safety and Security is the most concerned issue which is not compromised. Everyone is requested to co-operate.
If you have any questions related to the event, make sure you call NMF to this number: +977-14427370 or mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Music brings change. You don’t want to miss this. Let’s be a part of it. Cheers!
Photo Source: Photos from the past editions of
Nepal Music Festival