CokeFest is going virtual this year

Starting Friday, event will feature performances by Ali Noor, Shamoon Ismail and Natasha Baig among others

Our Correspondent November 18, 2020


Pakistan’s first digital music festival is taking place this month. The three-day CokeFest 2020 is scheduled to go live from November 20 to November 22, stated a press release.

Amid the pandemic, which has posed a halt to live events and large public gatherings, the yearly festival will be in the form of a disruptive digital event for music lovers across the country. It will be executed in collaboration with Patari, Pakistan’s leading online music streaming platform and Tapmad, the on-demand video platform.

Free for all, albeit, to attend the festival, viewers are required to register on the music streaming app, followed by signing up for the event. This will provide them with a unique code that should allow them to stream performances on Tapmad.

Speaking of, attendees will witness a diverse range of performances, from nine-year-old Pakistani rapper Kaky Thou$and to the ethereal Natasha Baig. The line-up will also feature visually-impaired Britain’s Got Talent singer Sirine Jahangir, followed by Shamoon Ismail, SomeWhatSuper, Young Stunners, ESharp, Abdullah Siddiqui and XPolymer Dar. Veteran rock star Ali Noor will be closing the festival with a bang.

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