Guwahati, Assam



Bloomverse is a new boutique independent music festival staged in the vibrant natural landscape of The Greenwood Resorts in Khanapara, which lies right on the edge of the booming capital city of Guwahati. The 17-artist line-up of the inaugural edition featured some of the country’s finest contemporary singer-songwriters, rock and metal bands and electronic music producers, including many talented acts from the north east.

The two-day event was headlined by chart-topping sensations Anuv Jain and The Yellow Diary on the live stage and musical mavericks BLOT! and Lifafa on the electronic music stage. The festival is produced by arts community and ticketing platform SkillBox.

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How To Get There

How to reach Guwahati
1. By Air: Guwahati is well connected to all the major cities and towns of India through its airport.

2. By Rail: There are a number of trains that connect Guwahati with the rest of the country.

3. By Road: Private buses, local buses, luxury and Volvo buses and state buses run services in the city. Buses ply to and from Shillong (100 km), Cherrapunji (147 km), Kohima (343 km) and Jorhat (305 km).
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  • Eco-friendly
  • Family-friendly
  • Food stalls


  • Wheelchair access

Items & Accessories to Carry

1. Climate in Guwahati is warm and hot, with temperatures varying between 30.7°C and 19.9°C. Carry your cottons and linens to combat the weather.

2. Umbrella along with rainwear as Guwahati experiences rains in April.

3. A study water bottle, if the festival has refillable water stations. 3. COVID packs: Sanitiser, extra masks and a copy of your vaccination certificate at the bare minimum are objects you should keep handy.

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