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Part concert, part carnival: EDC India wraps up first edition

Electric Daisy Carnival concluded its first edition in India on 13th November. The Vegas-style event was held at Delhi NCR’s Buddh International Circuit on 12th- 13th November where 25,000 fans visited the festival over two days to catch the electronic music world’s biggest Indian and international acts,

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Vijay Nair, OML: Electric Daisy Carnival will be bigger than anything Delhi has ever seen

Only Much Louder, in collaboration with Insomniac and partnership with Budweiser, is bringing home the first ever Indian edition of the Electric Daisy Carnival on 12th and 13th of November, to be held at Buddha International Circuit, New Delhi. It is going to be Vegas live in the capital, as Vijay Nair, Founder and CEO, OML promises.

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Budweiser to launch music IP 'What’s Brewing', stirs it up with EDC action

Budweiser announces the launch of their latest campaign - ‘Always Brewing’. The campaign derives its genesis from the brand’s core principles of 'reinvention'. The same spirit of constantly re-inventing itself is also being seen in India’s electronic music culture which is loved by today’s generation. ‘Always Brewing’ aims to empower these music lovers by offering unique electronic music experiences.

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More artists added to Electric Daisy Carnival's lineup

The second phase of artists for the debut of Electric Daisy Carnival India presented by Budweiser has been announced!

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OML brings Electric Daisy Carnival to India, Budweiser to sponsor

November will be a historic month for electronic music lovers in the country as Insomniac and OML in partnership with Budweiser India will bring Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC), one of the biggest electronic music festivals in the world to India. The first-ever edition of the Vegas-style festival will be held in Delhi on the 12th and 13th of November, with one of the largest line-ups of International and Indian artists ever witnessed in the country.

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