Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Musik-A Festival 2022 commences

Staff Reporter

The long awaited Musik-A Festival commenced on Friday evening at Bamboo Resource Centre, 6th Mile, Dimapur, with advisor, Urban Development and Municipal Affairs, Dr. Neikiasalie (Nicky) Kire as the special guest for the opening event.
Delivering a brief note at the inaugural programme, Dr. Nicky acknowledged Alobo Naga and his team for organising the event, which provided the much-needed platform to young and upcoming performers of the state.
He urged all participants not to give up on their dreams and also stressed on the three “T’s”, “Things Take Time”. He further encouraged the participants to carry on with their works and to polish them in every way possible.
Meanwhile, Alobo Naga while delivering the welcome address informed that he wanted to create a platform for the upcoming artistes, adding that the will to organise the event was successful.
It may be noted that Musik-A Festival was supposed to be held from December 7 to 9, 2021, however, showing solidarity to the incident that took place at Oting and Mon on December 4 and 5, 2021, the festival was cancelled. Furthermore, the festival once again got cancelled which was supposed to be held on January, amidst the pandemic.
The first day of the festival witnesses stand up comedies Aseno Ayemi, Afrikan Amakishiu, Hopong Naga, Boss Meren, Hobi Tsang, Mr. Smile, Inglish Maker, and songs by Nentong Konyak, Sunep Lemtur and Since 90’s.