Vh1 Supersonic 2018 day one sure has got Punekars grooving! The first day of India’s biggest music festival concluded on a high note as Pune shook its leg to the wacky trio and top- notch headliner, Major Lazer’s popular numbers. Brimming with quirky festival vibe, the first day of Vh1 Supersonic 2018 was a massive hit with Major Lazer getting the crowd excited as they stepped on stage.

Moreover, music lovers were in for a toxic treat with bass music kingpin, Nucleya taking on the stage. Punekars turned out in huge numbers and went wild as Nucleya set the stage on fire. Nucleya who is known for bass heavy and wild live performances, upped the game this time around as he left the ever- lively crowd wanting for more. While the English Indie- band, Alt-J helped fans tick must-see artists from their bucket list with their smashing performance, American DJ, Dillon Francis’s multi- faceted performance blew the crowd away. From renowned international artists to local gems, the first day of Vh1 Supersonic had it all!
While day one at Vh1 Supersonic 2018 was nothing less than brilliant, day two turned out to be a haven for music lovers as they turned out in huge numbers. Curing the festival hangover from day one, Punekars had reasons enough to make it to the second day and enjoy the easy Saturday afternoon breeze with a chilled beer at Laxmi Lawns. Bingeing on their favorite snacks, the crowd cheered ONE&ONE as they took on the Sonic Realm Stage followed by B.R.E.E.D. While Madboy Mink made their fans go wild in the Live Arena; Calm Chor, DJ Moncity and Johnny B gave music lovers enough reasons to shake their leg. The start to Day two was more like a therapeutic session as the crowd immersed themselves in a perfect mix of all things exciting and entertaining.
Pune is serving up the latest hotbed for tourists and local crowd alike with the massive line up with Vh1 Supersonic 2018. Reviving Pune’s party scene, day three was all about mind- boggling music that spanned across different genres. The genre- specific festival setting sure did make Vh1 Supersonic a favorite amongst Pune folks. Ranging from the newly added genres like rock and hip- hop to good old trance and EDM, the festival had something for everybody. With uber cool artists and well-curated music, Day three at Vh1 Supersonic served as the perfect getaway.

The third day welcomed a multitude of artists across genres who stole the show. While dance music dominated the scene on day three and wowed lovers of music with with Candice Redding and Zaeden burning it up, India’s most popular post-rock band, Aswekeepsearching ran at full throttle and Oliver Smith shook things up with trance music. Transitioning from EDM to rock and a range of genres, day three was a powerhouse as artists tampered with the audience’s heartbeat.

Talking about the eclectic assortment of artists and genres culled from all over the world, Saugato Bhowmik, Business Head- Integrated Network Solutions and Consumer Products, Viacom18, “The first two days have been beyond magnificent. In fact we created the most complete and diverse music festival ever in India. We brought music giants from various genres from all over the globe and gave Pune folks a taste of the global festival scene. People lapped up the experience with open arms. Seeing music lovers turn up in unprecedented numbers for the festival has been extremely rewarding Third day had an unparalleled vibe to it and we are expecting the crowd to grow even further.”

With a host of new genres picking up quickly, Day three at Vh1 Supersonic 2018 was a treat for music lovers. While the audience impatiently pre- gamed and awaited headlining international biggies, Sean Paula and Incubus, they did not miss out on enjoying the spectacular line up in the first half. Are you game for a rather wild evening?


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