National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage -Lok Virsa in collaboration with Hill Joint would organize a three-day Autumn Festival from September 17 to 19. With talented folk and independent artists and bands from all over the country, the event will save our environment by spreading positive vibes of musical and positive enforcement about climate change and saving our environment. Executive Director Lok Virsa Talha Ali told APP that three-day music and cultural festival with two nights camping option at festival grounds for music lovers who want to join from far and beyond. He said that with daily workshops, seminars, talks, poetry reading, miniature art, pottery stand-up comedy and theatre during the day, and musical festival at night, the event will be an all-inclusive cultural extravaganza. He said that registrations for folk and independent artists are now open till September 4. Meanwhile, Lok Virsa has also uploaded the musical night’s videos of ‘ten-day Lok Mela 2020’ on its official websites for its audience. Talha Ali said that the previous old videos were not in a proper form, so they have uploaded it again in full form without any interruption for amusement of the audience. He said people should visit the official website of Lok Virsa to entertain from the melodious performances of the musical nights during the Lok Mela. He said that in view of a holistic role of cultural heritage, Lok Virsa was currently planning to devise an integrated strategy to strengthen and reform the organisational capacity for coping up with the 21st century challenges in line with its mandate and the sustainable development goals (SDGs).