Day 2 of IIT Kharagpur fest will end with EDM Night
The second day of Spring Fest 2021 promises to take things up a notch with a host of competitions, panel discussions, international artistes, a celebrity guest and EDM Night. ABP Education is the digital media partner for the 62nd edition of IIT Kharagpur’s annual festival.
Here’s what is in store at Spring Fest 2021 today. Click here to attend the fest.
The spotlight is on...
British author Jeffrey Archer provided a deep-dive into his acclaimed William Warwick series at 5pm. An EDM night will bring the curtains down on the day’s festivities.
International performers include...
Talita Yera, a musician from Brazil; Gabriel Catoni, a singer from Italy; and Eduardo Almeida, a beatboxer from Brazil.
The line-up also featured...
The team behind Amazon Prime Video’s series Mirzapur. A panel discussion with series creators Karan Anshuman and Puneet Krishna, writer Vineet Krishna and director Gurmmeet Singh gave a peek at behind-the-scenes.
There’s music by...
Indie singers Rahi Sayed, Arvind Kywalya and Vivek Singh.
The competition roster for today...
Chef’s Corner and Top It to Win It proved to be enticing events, with the former being a complete cooking challenge, and the latter a cupcake dressing competition.
Those who appreciate the performing arts can check out Shake A Leg and Nrityakala to keep them mesmerised, with the former being a solo western dance competition and the latter being a solo classical dance competition. The bonus is Two For A Tango, which featured duet dances.
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