Get ready for world’s first Bollywood Electro Music Festival

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(added 21 Nov 2013)
Bollywood music lovers across the globe have one more reason to put on their dancing shoes and get set to party. Percept LIVE presents the world's first Bollywood Electro Music Festival - Bollyboom, facilitated by Talat Aziz, live in NCR at Wave City Center, Sector 25 A, Noida on Sunday, November 24. With musicians like Sonu Nigam, Shaan, Salim-Sulaiman, Shveta Pandit, Shraddha Pandit and Shadab Afridi, among others, Bollyboom will present a new genre of 'Bollywood Electro' music to the party circuit.
Get ready for world’s first Bollywood Electro Music Festival
These artistes will share a platform together for the first time, and perform for five hours non-stop to their foot-tapping music, which has been specially created with the infusion of electro beats from DJ Lloyd, DJ Nik and AJ, and Acid. Incorporating polished electronic sounds, Bollyboom will create distinctive music that is aimed at people with diverse sensibilities and promises to cut across all age groups, territories and countries, inspiring Bollywood fans the world over to dance. It promises a never-seen-before experience with good music, choreography and performances by dancers and artistes from Amsterdam.
Harindra Singh, vice-chairman and managing director, Percept Ltd, said, "We are extremely proud and happy to be pioneers of this one-of-a-kind concept, thereby putting Bollywood music on the global radar through the world's first Bollywood Electro Music Festival. With this, we want to set a new benchmark for the music industry and give Bollywood music fans a fresh experience where they can consume Bollywood electro music live for hours. The culture of raising the bar is what defines us, and together with the finest music talents in the Bollywood music industry, we are proud to create a new and uncontested space of music." The tickets for this festival will be available at the venue.
(added 21 Nov 2013) / 2309 views

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