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The Chainsmokers to headline Road to Ultra India, a Percept Live initiative

Making its long-awaited foray into the Indian sub-continent this September, two Road To Ultra Shows will be organized by Percept Live in Mumbai and New Delhi, on the 7th and 8th September, respectively.

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Eventcrafter announces 2nd edition of folk inspired music festival Taalbelia

Taalbelia, the four-day long music and art festival with a royal charm and raw enchantment seems ready for its second edition with the launch of its official aftermovie on World Music Day. The second edition of the festival is slated for 23-25 December, 2017.

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Sunburn partners Lil B Entertainments for Australia debut

Sunburn, among India’s most successful dance music festivals is making its debut in the melting pot of cultures - Melbourne with its club brand, Sunburn Reload in association with LIL B Entertainments. After successful editions in Dubai, Muscat and Nepal, Sunburn will further cement its position with its expansion to Australian markets.

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I would like to retire from my hands-on role at DNA: Venkat Vardhan, founder, DNA Networks

It is difficult to even attempt to put together a three decade journey of an entrepreneur who is also a pioneer in a then sun-rise industry called 'event management' into an article of few words. And yet when the opportunity to meet and interact with the game-changer who has always been low-profile and let his work speak for him and his team presented itself- we lapped it up with happiness. Ahead we present a small window into the life, struggles and achievements of Venkat Vardhan and his team at DNA Networks.

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Gig gone gloomy: India’s concert planners express outrage following Manchester bombing

Tragedy struck Ariana Grande’s concert in Manchester on 22 May 2017 as a suicide bomber incinerated 22, including himself, and injured several others. The concert was part of Ariana’s European tour that was due to conclude on 15 June. Ahead, India’s foremost concert planners share their reactions.

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Bieber Spoilers: What to expect at the concert tomorrow?

Pop superstar Justin Bieber is set to enthrall fans when he brings the exceptional landmark live production JIO Justin Bieber Purpose World Tour by White Fox India to India tomorrow. The Canadian singer will play to packed crowds at the DY Patil Stadium, Mumbai on May 10th 2017. Here's the skinny on what to expect.

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Organized by VMS Events 'Delhi Food Truck Festival' draws 18k people

The two day long Delhi Food Truck Festival 2017 (DFTF 2017), captured many a eyeballs for not only being conducted at an unexpected massive level but also for its plethora of fun and engaging activities at Ansal Plaza, New Delhi.

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Percept brings Ultra Music Festival experience to Delhi and Mumbai

Ultra Worldwide launched the Road To Ultra concept back in 2012 and will now be bringing the globally celebrated brand to New Delhi on 8th of September 2017 at the India Exposition Mart, Greater Noida and to Mumbai in February 2018 for the very first time.

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Last phase of Justin Bieber tickets goes live today, Rs 5040 upwards

With less than a month to go for Justin Bieber’s maiden concert in India (scheduled on May 10th at Mumbai’s DY Patil Stadium), BookMyShow today announced that it will begin the second phase of ticket sales for the highly anticipated event on Friday, April 14th at 2 pm across all its platforms. This, incidentally, will also be the last chance for all Bieber fans to buy the tickets for this mega event.

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Kasauli Rhythm & Blues organizers recommend 6 music festival essentials

Genesis Foundation’s Kasauli Rhythm & Blues Festival at the undulating hills of Kasauli is just around the corner. While you would have begun packing your hip attires to make a style statement on the three-day trip, festival organizers suggest a few additions to your list so that you can enjoy your long weekend to the hilt and don’t come back feeling ‘wish we had known that earlier!’

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