With stellar performances and a line-up spanning nearly every genre, the sixth edition of Vh1 Supersonic marked Jaden Smith’s debut performance in India.
With stellar performances and a line-up spanning nearly every genre, the sixth edition of Vh1 Supersonic marked Jaden Smith’s debut performance in India. His entry with the Indian flag was a moment to remember. Rudimental DJ, known for taking London’s underground music scene by storm, left the stage blazing with his bleeding edge beats, and there was a banger performance by the indie rock band from Ireland, Two Door Cinema Club. Performances by TroyBoi, Paul Ritch, Broken Glass and others set the soul of the audience free with their sensational music.
Laced with a lavish array of the finest delicacies, quirky festival merchandise, the Superflea and Food Market became a huge hit as well. Students of Symbiosis College showcased beautiful art across the festival that added to the spectacular ambience.
The return of Marshmello to Vh1 Supersonic 2019 was much awaited and he took the festival by storm by performing to some of his biggest hits. The Downtown Electronica King – Bonobo also created an electrifying atmosphere with a surreal performance. Indian indie sensation Prateek Kuhad took over the stage with fans singing along to all their favourite songs. On popular demand, Arjun Vaghale performed yet again at the festival only to steal the show. Tech artists Ash Roy and Tuhin Mehta also won over the fans with their rhythm. It only got better by performances from Lost Stories, BLOT!, Kohra and Zaeden at this edition.