American hip hop artiste Flo Rida, best known for international hits like 'Low', 'Club Can't Handle Me', and 'Right Round', will be one of the headliners at this year's edition of the Enchanted Valley Carnival, according to a press release from its organisers.
The multi-genre festival, which is held annually at Aamby Valley City in Maharashtra, announced the first phase of the line-up for the two-day event, slated to take place on 17 and 18 December. Aside from Flo Rida, headliners also include Brit-Norwegian producer Alan Walker (best known for his mega-hit single 'Faded'), Bollywood singer Arijit Singh (who will be playing with a 37-piece orchestra), and Bollywood actor-turned-bonafide-rockstar Farhan Akhtar, who will be performing with his band Farhan Live.
Other acts slated to perform at the festival include Papon, Chris Liebing, Carlo Lio, Jeremy Olander, Lost Stories, Force, and Folic State. More artistes are expected to be announced in coming weeks.
Flo Rida had previously done a short tour of India in 2010, performing at clubs in Pune and Bangalore.
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