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Indigo 91.9 FM opens registrations for Northern Lights concert in Norway

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Indigo 91.9 FM opens registrations for Northern Lights concert in Norway

The newly launched experience faction of Indigo 91.9,, has opened registrations for a musical opportunity to XPerience the Northern Lights in Norway. The limited tickets are available on the portal till December 15, 2016.

The four day XPerience, specially and exclusively packaged by, will see the audience embark on a voyage in January 2017 to the snow clad mesmeric Norwegian mountains as they chase the Northern Lights, travel to a husky farm and ride a husky sled and spend time in Nordic tents. The itinerary also includes a concert under the Norwegian night sky.

 Speaking on the occasion, Satyanarayana Murthy, CEO of Indigo 91.9, said, “Over the past decade, Indigo has reflected the music sensibilities of the fun, young, Bangalore and Goa and has become an aspirational music brand. The millennials who form bulk of our audience are seeking Experiences. So, we decided to engage beyond the terrestrial medium and provide them with unique musical experiences that are truly differentiated. Hence, through, for the first time ever, we will be taking a group of travel enthusiasts on a musical journey to the Northern Lights where they get to live under the northern lights and have a band perform for them exclusively right under the Norwegian sky. This is the first of many such experiences as we are in the process of curating exclusive musical itineraries filled with unique experiences for our audiences."


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