Music Plus made it to the Jaipur edition of India’s biggest Punjabi Music Festival where they introduced a multi-stage showcase of performances- a first for any event in the region. The idea was to deliver an international festival experience to the people, wherein different stages promote a different feel and genre of music on the Gaana stage and the Royal Stag Barrel select stage. From the headbangers to the melody makers, Crossblade had something to offer to every music lover. The event left the audience spellbound with power-packed performances by the biggies of the music industry.
Day one of the festival started with the performance of Stanley Live followed by Nasha boy Akhil Sachdeva, Amit Gupta, Qismat fame B Praak and Jasmine Sandlas among others. The performance by headliner, Nucleya, made the crowd sway and hop like crazy. Nucleya with his visuals and music was on top of his game and whole of Jaipur was there to witness him. That was a perfect display of music and artistic genius, the star-studded night was no short of a music dreamland.
The second day of the festival commenced with a soulful act by Roop Sidhu and Dolly Sidhu which set the tone for the rest of the night. Rajasthani folk music was infused well amidst the Punjabi beats by Kutle Khan Project. The adventure was further studded with stars of the music industry such as Gurnazar, Yuvraj Hans and Shirley Setia. Manj Musik’s performance for the night was as powerful as a bomb. When you have Nucleya for day 1 then you need an equally massive act for day 2 and who better than Guru Randhawa and Parmish Verma to fill that place. They both ended the event on a high and the crowd kept dancing and singing, long after the act got over.
To further elevate the festive vibe, Gaana Crossblade launched their custom-made stickers nation-wide on Snapchat along with interesting filters that the attendees may incorporate to make their selfies social media ready in no time! Great food, drinks and games helped everyone unwind.
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