One of the world’s greatest and most famous music festivals, Coachella, finally returned following a three-year break. Grammy winners Doja Cat, Arooj Aftab, Harry Styles, Billie Eilish, Swedish House Mafia, and The Weekend were many of the numerous artists lined up to perform at the end of the week.
Coachella 2022 was amassed by a crowd of more than 100,000 people around.
However, the lady who persuaded the crowd into her song by grooving on the well-known Indian track ‘Dum Maro dum’ was musician Raveen Aurora.
Aurora, well versed in jazz, R&M, and soul, is presently known to be the very first Indian lady to drop a resonant performance on the Mojave stage at Coachella 2022.
The musician is tied in with drawing inspiration from her South Asian roots and tends to convey a tribute to her Sikh legacy. Moreover, taking the trend forward, Raveena Aurora played fair to her talent and Indian roots.
Before her, Ritesh D’Souza of B.R.E.E.D was the first Indian artist to perform at the yearly music and art festival, and singer Tara Mae also joined him in 2015. This year Coachella had many Asian artists performing on the stage, including Mongolian rock band, The Hu, Indonesian vocalist NIKI, and Korean hip-hop trio EPIK HIGH.
Coachella 2022, which happened across two ends of the week, started on April 15th and closed on April 24th, 2022.
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