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Photos: Relive Some of the Best Moments from Vh1 Supersonic 2019, Pune

The sixth edition of the festival featured performances by British musician/producer Bonobo, American rapper Jaden Smith, Irish indie rock band Two Door Cinema Club and more

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Rolling Stone India Feb 21, 2019

British musician and producer Bonobo (right) during his live set at Vh1 Supersonic 2019. Photo: Blake D'Silva

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The sixth edition of multi-genre music festival Vh1 Supersonic ”“ which took place between February 16th to 17th at Pune’s Mahalaxmi Lawns ”“ included sets by heavy hitters such as American DJ Marshmello, British musician/producer Bonobo, American rapper Jaden Smith and Irish indie rock band Two Door Cinema Club among others.

Representing the Indian contingent at the festival was Mumbai rockers Blackstratblues, New Delhi gypsy act Peter Cat Recording Co., Chennai punk rock band Skrat, producer Sandunes, singer-songwriter Prateek Kuhad and more. Apart from the fest’s stellar lineup, attendees also had a chance to experience the flea market, food stalls, activations such as beer at the Budweiser Brewing District, a de-stress zone to relax, art installations, a gaming pit and merchandize stalls.

Check out photos from Vh1 Supersonic 2019 below:

American rapper Jaden Smith made his India debut at Vh1 Supersonic 2019. Photo: Courtesy of Vh1 Supersonic

American DJ Marshmello returned to Vh1 Supersonic this year for his second appearance at the festival. Photo: Blake D’Silva

British musician/producer Bonobo performed a live set on day two of the festival. Photo: Blake D’Silva

U.K. artist TroyBoi put on a power packed performance. Photo: Courtesy of Vh1 Supersonic

New Delhi singer-songwriter Prateek Kuhad had the crowd in the palm of his hands during his set. Photo: Blake D’Silva

Irish rockers Two Door Cinema Club’s ravishing beats coupled with high energy, left the crowd wanting for more. Photo: Blake D’Silva

American prog rock band Polyphia left attendees with sore necks after their headbanging show. Photo: Blake D’Silva

Chennai punk rockers Skrat headlining the Live Arena on day one of the festival. Photo: Blake D’Silva

South African DJ Candice Redding’s EDM pleasers  had everyone in attendance go berserk. Photo: Blake D’Silva

Mumbai electronica artist Sandunes showcased a mesmerizing live set. Photo: Blake D’Silva

New Delhi vocalist Kavya Trehan and DJ Chaz opened proceedings on day two of Vh1 Supersonic 2019. Photo: Blake D’Silva

Mumbai rock band Blackstratblues’ groovy “Lead Chain Swing” off last year’s ‘The Last Analog Generation’ was a crowd favorite. Photo: Blake D’Silva

New Delhi’s Peter Cat Recording Co.’s smooth display of jazz, soul and rock was pleasing to hear. Photo: Blake D’Silva

The Budweiser Brewing District at the festival filled with attendees looking for their next brew. Photo: Blake D’Silva

A pair of Labradors at the pet friendly Vh1 Supersonic 2019. Photo: Blake D’Silva

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