Preview: Dhaka International Folk Fest 2019 Kicks off Thursday

> Dipto Paul

Dhaka International Folk Fest (DIFF) which has a fame to combine Bangladeshi and International folk artistes in one platform starts from Thursday.

The highly popular music festival will take place at Bangladesh Army Stadium in Dhaka from 14 to 16 November.

Fifth edition of this three-day festival continues everyday 6 pm to midnight.

More than 200 artists from 6 countries across the globe, including Bangladesh, will perform with their Beautiful voice this year.

Shah Alam Sarkar, Fakir Shahabuddin, Chandana Majumdar, Kajol Dewan, Malek Kawal, along with Kamruzzaman Rabbi, Shafikul Islam and Bhabna Nritya Dol from Bangladesh is among them.

Daler Mehndi from India, Junoon and Hina Nasrullah from Pakistan, Sattuma from Russia, Chveneburebi from Georgia, Habib Koité & Bamada from Mali will deliver their melody of the tune for thousands of audiences.

The audience can also enjoy the LIVE festival on Maasranga Television.

DIFF started its journey in 2015 and over the course of 4 years, ‘Dhaka International Folk Fest’ has reached its peak of popularity among music enthusiasts and also now it is considered as Asia’s biggest folk music festival.

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