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#BeThereBeFree at Vh1 Supersonic 2018 this Weekend

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Calling all music lovers to Pune, Vh1 Supersonic powered by Budweiser is all set to transform into a multi-genre international destination from 9th – 11th February. Every year, the festival just keeps getting bigger and better. In this edition, as the youth capital of India turns into the nation’s ‘music and party capital’ there is something for everyone in the fifth edition of Vh1 Supersonic!

Here's all the excitement this edition of Vh1 Supersonic promises to offer from rock and indie music to future bass and driving techno and a heady mix of artists in the Super Line-Up. The artist lineup for this year comprises over 70 artists with multiple headlining acts. Starting with the American Rock Legend -  Incubus, one of the most popular Rock bands and coming to India or the first time, Brandon Boyd from Incubus will be joining none other than the legendary Dancehall Rapper Sean Paul as he sets the stage on fire. The bass-heavy electronic dance music producer Marshmello along with some the most popular musicians such as Major Lazer, Alt-J, Dillon Francis, Ookay, Joseph Capriati and many more.

Commenting on what’s in store for Vh1 Supersonic 2018, Integrated Network Solution & Consumer Products, Business Head, Saugato Bhowmik said, “We wanted to celebrate our fifth Anniversary edition of Vh1 Supersonic with our fans. To do that, we are bringing back the iconic trio Major Lazer and keep our promise to fans that have been eagerly waiting for the gang. We have always brought the most loved and talented artists to our festival and we are extremely delighted to bring Major Lazer back. We will continue to make our Superfans happy.”

The 2018 edition of the festival will not only see some of the biggest names from the world of dance music but will have five stages including the techno ensemble The Awakenings. The hottest addition is the new Live Stage which will feature rock music legends.

As the festival goers enjoy the epic artist line-up across three days, the festival will surprise them with numerous experiences to enjoy along with the music. From the delicious food market – #SuperGrub to a shopper’s paradise - #SuperFlea to world class art at #Art@Supersonic to release the inner kid in you at Action Central. Unwind at the beautiful beer garden or the De-stress Tent or just chill out and enjoy the Happy hours as Vh1 Supersonic is where the party never stops!

Vh1 Supersonic is open to all and special arrangements are made for the specially-abled in association with Enable Travel, from volunteers to elevated platforms and ramps. To show that we support WomenPower, the festival has women only bars equipped with an essentials booth and a women safety squad watching over the festival grounds. Because we care for the environment, we trade trash for goodies!

Owing to the success in the last four years, this edition of Vh1 Supersonic has received support from its sponsors with Gionee has come on board as a Title sponsor and the festival is powered by Budweiser. The festival has sponsors across various sectors such as Ecommerce, Lifestyle Consumer, Electronic Retailer and FMCG, to name a few.

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