This year let us immerse ourselves once again to the folk music of the world. From 6 countries, more than 60 folk singers and musicians are coming over to our beautiful land, rich in culture & heritage to join hands with our folk maestros. The festival is open for all. To be a part of this historical event, please do register with us.

 

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Folk Maestro Kailash Kher & Baul Sage Paban Das Baul of India, Flamenco connoisseur Ricardo Moro, Karen Lugo of Spain and many more will be joining the stage. To know more about each specific artiste, click down below.

 

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Bangladesh Army Stadium

day1

Abdur Rahman Baul (Bangladesh)TunTun Baul (Bangladesh)

Simon Thacker's Svara-Kanti (UK)
featuring Raju Das Baul (India) &
Farida Yasmin (Bangladesh)

Javed Bashir (Pakistan)

Momotaz Begom (Bangladesh)

day2

Jalal (Bangladesh)

Latif Sarkar (Bangladesh)

Prosad (Canada)

Indian Ocean (India)

Shafi Mondol & Labik Kamal Gaurob (Bangladesh)

Karen Lugo & Ricardo Moro
(Spain)

Kailash Kher (India)

day3

Sunil Karmokar (Bangladesh)

Islamuddin Kissakar (Bangladesh)

Bari Siddiqui (Bangladesh)

Nooran Sisters (India)

Taposh and Friends (Bangladesh)

Sam Mills (UK) featuring Susheela Raman (UK)
& Paban Das Baul (India)

 HIGHLIGHTS 2015

30 folk artistes from six countries - Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Ireland and China performed soul-wrenching Folk songs from Nov 12-14, at Bangladesh Army Stadium in Dhaka last year. South-Asia’s largest Folk Music Festival saw legendary Folk Queen Abida Parveen, Saieen Zahoor of Pakistan, Papon, Paban Das Baul, Arka Mukhaerjee from India, Niamh Ni Charra of Ireland, Yunnan Art Troupe from China and many others came together for three magnificent nights, a manifesto of folk culture, musical skills and pure genius-ness.  This year, the festival will come at you on a bigger scale, with so much more to offer.  

 

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A country or a culture’s true identity lies in its folk art and music. Not only does it tell the story of life but also speaks of religion and the variation of deep-rooted musical brilliance. It’s difficult to find people who haven’t been touched by the tune that comes from the depth of his/her cultural essence. We aspired to bring forth this sheer musical experience on a single platform. The result is Dhaka International Folk Fest.

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