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Writer: exchange4media News Service - Friday, Oct 12,2012 8:47 PM
bindass, Bacardi NH7 Weekender on a ‘Rest Less Band Hunt’

bindass Rest Less is all set to launch the ‘bindass Rest Less Band Hunt’ that will provide bands with an opportunity to perform live in the three Bacardi NH7 Weekender venues – namely, Delhi, Pune and Bangalore.

The music festival, Bacardi NH7 Weekender, which is currently in its third edition, will take place in Delhi on October 13-14, in Pune from November 2 to 4, and in Bangalore on December 15-16 and will host 200 artists, six stages and 60 pre-parties across the three cities.

Elaborating on the initiative, Nikhil Gandhi, Executive Director, Youth Channels - Media Networks Disney UTV, said, “bindass and Bacardi NH7 Weekender synergise together with brand attributes of being ‘restless’. Our association with Bacardi NH7 Weekender has only strengthened over the last year and to take our association a step forward by creating the bindass Rest Less Band Hunt.”

The winning band, chosen though this online hunt, will get a chance to perform live at the Bacardi NH7 Weekender in their city.

Four bands got the opportunity to perform on October 5 in front of panelists consisting of Vijay Nair, CEO, Only Much Louder, Sahej Bakshi (Dualist Inquiry) and Surojit Dev (Them Clones). They will select the one band that will get an opportunity to play at the Bacardi NH7 Weekender in Delhi.

Commenting on the association, Vijay Nair said, “We are happy to be working with bindass again this year, and to be taking our association further with the bindass Rest Less Band Hunt. Bacardi NH7 Weekender programmes the best bands, both undiscovered acts as well as headlining bands from across the country and the world. With bindass Rest Less Band Hunt, we know we’re going to find one great new act in each city.”

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