Riders Music Festival turns out to be a big success this year too
Shirley Setia, Bhuvam Bham kept audience engaged with new-age rapping and some soulful music
Published - 15-January-2019
Rider’s Music Festival has managed to grab the attention of Delhiites, continuing with last year’s success.
This year, Riders Music Festival (RMF) showcased a perfect line-up of contemporary musicians with different genres of music at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi. From Nucleya’s high octane gig, Lucky Ali’s husky Bollywood charm to Mame Khan’s folk music, Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium saw over 20 thousand biking and music enthusiasts.
Adding jazz to the line-up, was Shirley Setia’s filmy vocals with Divine’s new-age rapping and some soulful music with Bhuvam Bham. Strategically placed as the weekender before Christmas amidst Delhi’s winter, RMF brought forth the best of everything.
With more than 30 brand associations and partnerships, 16 + artists and multiple experience zones, including flea markets, gaming arena and adventure zones, Riders Music Festival is a joint intellectual property by RED FM and Phoenix Live.
A two-day-long action-packed event combining the best of music and motorcycles, the festival began with biking groups riding to the event on both days. The venue was flooded with an interesting myriad of grub stations and food trucks to tantalize tastebuds and mixologies of the best concoction for the guests who were present. With tarot card reading counters, bike stunt shows and customizations the guests were left truly mesmerized.
Nisha Narayanan, COO, RED FM said: “The amount of passion shown by the bikers last year at the Riders Music Festival sealed the deal and this year we were back with a bang. To be able to let out, relax, have delicious food, listen to your favourite musicians and showcase your passion through breath-taking stunts, made for a conducive experience. The first year of Riders Music Festival was a huge success. We knew we had to come back, but with even higher energies. The artists who performed were very carefully hand-picked as we want the festival to be both for the biking as well as non-biking community. It is ‘the one-stop destination’ for everyone and we are truly grateful for the phenomenal response the fest has received this year too.”