IMPHAL, November 9: In a move to give change a chance, an event management team-Spotless events is all set to organise a campaign `Vote for Change` along with a rock event at Yaiskul range in Imphal tomorrow evening. The event further aims to create awareness on the importance of choosing the right representative in the upcoming general assembly election 2012, Xavier Ningthemcha, the event coordinator said. “We`ve initiated the campaign with the help of the event as we believe this would be the right platform for us to connect with the youths.” Besides, messages of the campaign will be spread through play cards, slides, posters etc.
Mature bands such as Phoenix, Fringes, The Dirty Strike and the like are expected to perform during the musical show for a cause.
Meanwhile with the performance of Sankritana and Maha Raas, Manipur Chief Minister O Ibobi Singh will inaugurate the four day, 9th edition of the Bhagyachandra National Festival of Classical Dance 2011 at Kaina, a worship site of Manipurhindus, tomorrow.
The main performance of the festival will be held at the Shree Shree Govindajee Temple Complex at Kangla with the state Governor Gurbachan Jagat as chief guest on November 11 evening.
Well-known artistes from across the country will be in the city to present their art and enrapture the spectators with their mastery on the classical dance forms. Young and upcoming artistes from the state will share a common space with the masters during three evenings of thrilling experience. The festival was first held in 1989, under the aegis of the East Zone Cultural Centre, Kolkata; North East Zone Cultural Centre, Dimapur and the Department of Social Welfare, Art & Culture, government of Manipur and is being organized every three years.