Indian Ocean to rock HT Friday Jam Season 3 finale
The musical extravaganza of Hindustan Times Cyberhub Friday Jam Season 3 presented by Honda, powered by G-Shock in association with KR Mangalam University will play host to Indian Ocean and a Latin dance performance by The Dance Club India.gurgaon Updated: Jun 08, 2016 23:06 IST
The musical extravaganza of Hindustan Times Cyberhub Friday Jam Season 3 presented by Honda, powered by G-Shock in association with KR Mangalam University will play host to Indian Ocean and a Latin dance performance by The Dance Club India.
For the final showdown, music lovers have chosen two bands — Rangreza and Evol. They have earlier performed on Friday Jam stage and received a marvellous response from the audience.
Evol, a four-member band from Rajasthan, has stolen the hearts of many with their music. From popular Hindi songs to original compositions, the band made the audience tap to their beats.
“We are excited to have made it to the finals. This Friday will be memorable for the people of Delhi-NCR as we are going to give a power-packed performance,” said Vivek, a band member.
The six-member band Rangreza, was formed a year ago. The band is known for its soulful music and with their performance last week, they forced the audience to sing along with the band.
“We are elated to be performing at the finals. It has been a wonderful journey with HT Friday Jam. We have received so much recognition and appreciation in a few weeks by performing here,” said Yuvraj, a band member.
Indian Ocean, the Delhi-based rock band, will also perform at the event. “It is always nice to see young bands perform. HT Friday Jam is an amazing platform that celebrates live music and we are glad to be a part of it,” said Rahul Ram of Indian Ocean.
HT Friday Jam Season 3 has not only provided a platform to bands but this free-for-all event has also given musical nights to the people of Gurgaon.
“HT Friday Jam has been a great source of entertainment. I am a music-fanatic and this event has brought such talented bands out in public,” said 24-year-old Kritika Singh, a resident of DLF Phase 3.
Another resident of South City, Pratibha says, “I have always looked forward to Friday Jam. What more does one want than free and good music at such a wonderful location?”