Music events in Asia are moving into the mainstream as growth transforms subculture into a popular and profitable industry. From China to India and throughout Asia, music fans are coming out of the woodwork and going to festivals in droves. In turn, Asian music festivals are growing in both regional and global appeal. The iteration in July attracted , fans and some of the biggest names in music. For festival promoters, however, this shift towards the mainstream can be a profitable one and the growth is visible in multiple markets.
Rainbow Raagas is set to entertain Hindi music lovers
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Festivals turn up the volume
The Rainbow Raagas Group. Love is the theme for the day and there is a beautiful line up of romantic numbers to entertain the family, state the organisers. There will be a great fusion of old nostalgic tunes and modern tracks to entertain all.
The tables are turning for a part of the industry once in decline. Near the southernmost point of "mainland" Japan, in Ichikikushikino, Kagoshima Prefecture, there is a jazz cafe which, from the moment you enter, makes you forget you are in a town of just 13, households, or even, perhaps, that you are in the 21st century. Lining the walls of Paragon, which opened in , are some 5, jazz records. To one side is a massive walnut-paneled speaker -- its curiously anachronistic official name is the JBL-Ranger Paragon Integrated Stereophonic Reproductor. Up front is a stack of paper inviting guests to "feel free to make a request," and three lines asking for the song title, the artist and the album it is from.