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Zabardast Hit 95 FM holds DLF CyberHub Karaoke Nights

25-May-2015
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Zabardast Hit 95 FM holds DLF CyberHub Karaoke Nights

Zabardast Hit 95 FM, which recently changed its format from international music to the Bollywood and Punjabi hits, aptly named Zabardast Hits, is now partnering with DLF CyberHub to co-host one of the city’s most exciting event this year.

Zabardast Hit 95 FM has partnered with DLF CyberHub to present DLF CyberHub Karaoke Nights, an event held on May 20, 2015 at DLF CyberHub. According to a company statement, “It is an event that gives every Delhiite a chance to show off their singing skills. The mechanics of the event are simple. Get to CyberHub, Gurgaon, look out for a booth offering spot auditions and get selected to perform at Delhi’s most Zabardast events of the year. The event will showcase Panky, the morning voice of Zabardast Hit 95 FM and hosted by Baba Don, the evening voice of Zabardast Hit 95 FM.”

Zabardast Hit 95 FM is the only station in Delhi to play a minimum of 12 Zabardast Hits an hour and keep advertising under 12 minutes per hour. 

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