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#TRDP: The Raghu Dixit Project is now a British summer staple

Al Fresco dining, inconsistent weather, The Ashes, Wimbledon, music festivals, strawberries and cream – the British Summer is resplendent with innumerable delights.

Now you can add the Raghu Dixit Project.

Britain’s favourite Indian folk music band returns to the UK this month for its widest tour yet, taking in more than a dozen gigs in the Outer Hebrides to London.

Whilst the band isn’t prolific in terms of new music, their energy on stage is unparalleled – one of the reasons why they are so sought after at Festivals.

Having said that, fans will be treated to material from the band’s latest album – ‘Jag Changa’ – which have not previously been performed in the UK.  It’s a magnificent album and one which all of us here at the UKAsian loves.

For those who have never seen TRDP before, here’s a little taster of what you can expect:


Here’s the full list of the Project’s shows over the next two months:

14 June – Bradford Festival

16 June – Jim Marshall Auditorium, Milton Keynes

17 June – Brooklyn Bowl, The O2, London

19 June – Solas Festival, Perthshire

21 June – Rhythms of the World Festival, Hitchin, Hertfordshire

26 June – Glastonbury Festival

27 June – Prema Arts Centre, Uley, Gloucestershire

28 June – The Soundhouse, Leicester

14 July – Aros Centre, Isle of Skye

16 July – Tolbooth, Stirling

17 July – HebCelt Festival, Outer Hebrides

18 July – Music on the Marr, Brampton, Cumbria

19 July – Larmer Tree Festival, Wiltshire

20 July – Norwich Arts Centre

For full listings, timings and tickets, visit www.raghudixit.com/gigs



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