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100 Pipers VH1 Sound Nation to Host 23 Gigs Across 6 Cities

May 02, 04:31pm

The inaugural edition of 100 Pipers VH1 Sound Nation will host 23 gigs across six cities from May 2 to 11, with an awards ceremony on the final night. 

As many as 23 gigs, spanning multiple genres, are set to take place over a period of just 10 days across six cities as a lead-in to the first ever edition of 100 Pipers VH1 Sound Nation. The gigs kick off on May 2, with artists ranging from Parikrama, Indus Creed, Nucleya, Your Chin, Thermal and a Quarter, Scribe, Alobo Naga, Them Clones, Blackstratblues and many more taking the stage at various gigs featuring artists belonging to a whole host of genres – EDM, rock, blues, it’s all there – happening in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Pune.

The series of gigs concludes with an awards night, to be held at Hard Rock Café (Lower Parel) in Mumbai on May 11. The awards featured on the evening include categories such as Best Live Performance, Best Electronic Act, Best Metal Act, and more. In addition to the awards ceremony, the evening will also feature live music, with Indus Creed, MIDIval Punditz, Your Chin, and Madboy/Mink all performing as well.

Visit www.vh1.in/soundnation for further details.

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