Kathmandu- On Ashoj 5,6 2080 famous artists of Nepal, ASM, Nabin K Bhattrai & Atripta, Sabin Rai & The Pharaoh, Pahenlo Batti Muni, Mukti & The Revival and The Axe Band will be performing live. The venue of the event is Kathmandu University Football Ground, Dhulikhel.

Some songs of Singer Bhattrai are: Sajha Pakha, Timile Herda, Timi Hau, Raharaima Raharma, Ye Jhari, Raat Bityo, Sayad Timi Nai etc.

In Nepal’s capital city of Kathmandu, Nabin Bhattarai attended Budhanilkantha School. As part of his ISC, he briefly attended Nepal Science Campus after finishing school. After quitting the ISC, he enrolled in the music program at Kathmandu University in Bhaktapur. He received instruction in eastern classical music from the renowned Nararaj Dhakal and then from Prabhuraj Dhakal. His degree in ethnomusicology is complete.

As Sabin Rai and The Pharoah, which features Sabin Rai on vocals, Nikesh Katwal, John Shrestha, Jeevan Lama, and Binod Lama Tamang perform guitars, basses, and drums. Sabin Rai, a singer and lyricist from Nepal, has been likened to Bryan Adams because of his unusual voice. His debut number-one single was “Komal Tyo Timro” from the album Sataha. In spite of this, Sataha was not the first to release his song “Ekai Aakash Muni.” In addition to Australia, Hong Kong, the UK, the US, South Korea, Bahrain, Singapore, Thailand, Japan, Denmark, and India, he has performed in a number of other nations as well. Rai is well-known for his performances on stage and the interest he creates for his older songs by blending different vocal timbres. Currently, he performs with Sabin Rai & The Pharaoh.

Mukti Shakya founded the Nepali blues group Mukti and Revival in the early 1990s. Sunit Kansakar plays guitars, Roshan Kansakar plays bass, and Mukti Shakya plays vocals and guitars for the group. Nikhil Tuladhar plays drums.

The 30-year-old band has produced many timeless tunes, greatly enhancing the Nepali music scene.