Riders Music Festival has been created to combine your love for music and bikes, brought together in the perfect setting. A property of Phoenix Live & RedFM, RMF is being held on the 18th and 19th of February at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi. This one-of-a-kind festival celebrates the lifestyle of bikers and gives a chance to them and non-bikers alike to come together and enjoy. RMF is a melting pot of automation, music, comedy, gastronomy, and a lot more. You can read up on more details about the event here.
To bring you up to speed with the brilliant music performed by the artists that will take up the stage at Riders Music Festival, here’s a playlist for you to peruse in anticipation of the event. Check it out below!
A lot of musical and comedy acts will be performing over the two days:
18th Feb: Kanan Gill, Hari & Sukhmani, The Circus, Kutle Khan + Monophonik, Lucky Ali
19th Feb: Kenny Sebastian, Voctronica, The Copy Cats, The Local Train, Amit Trivedi
and here’s a bit about them:
1. Kanan Gill
Funnyman Kanan Gill got popular because his witty reviews and unfailing charm. The Bangalore based comedian is best known for his movie reviews with fellow collaborator Biswa Kalyan Rath and has been touring the country for quite a while now. Stay updated by following his Facebook page here.
2. Hari & Sukhmani
Hari & Sukhmani are a fire mix of electronic music with a unique folk sound. The duo, comprising of Hari Singh and Sukhmani Malik bring something entirely original to the music industry by blending Punjabi folk and new age electronica. Check out their Facebook page here.
3. The CopyCats
As the name suggests, The CopyCats are a major tribute band based in Delhi. Some of their past tributes have included John Mayer, Maroon 5, Michael Jackson, and more. Read up more here.
4. The Local Train
The Local Train makes soulful yet commercial music that can go well in Bollywood film and still be an artsy track. They define ‘Hindi Rock’ and have some great music. Check them out here.
Voctronica is India’s leading only-vocals group. With acapella becoming increasingly popular, their covers and mixes are getting a lot of attention. Check out their Facebook page here.
6. Amit Trivedi
Bollywood singer Amit Trivedi is popular for his upbeat, melodious music. He always gives an energetic live performance and keeps his audience entertained. You can check out more about him here.
7. Kutle Khan + Monophonik
Kutle Khan has been touring actively and been a part of the music industry for almost two decades now. Kutle Khan has been featured in the press as one India’s most creative artists who is a formidable multi-instrumentalist and has mastered more than 9 percussion instruments. Check out his Facebook page here.
8. Lucky Ali
The nostalgia inducing crooner has music that never seems to go out of style. If there’s one act that is going to give you goosebumps, it’s Lucky Ali. You can explore more about him here.
9. The Circus
Alternative rock band from Delhi, The Circus don’t like to restrict themselves to genres. The meld together sounds that inspire them to form their own unique send. Check out more about them here.
10. Kenny Sebastian
Kenny Sebastian hails from Kerala and is a major up & comer in the comedy industry. He’s been touring across the country and gaining a lot of fans along the way. Performing on the second day at the Riders Music Festival, you can follow Kenny here.
11. Purple Jays
Active since 2013, the five member band is based in New Delhi. Their sound is mostly blues rock and funk, and they’ve been performing at quite a few cool venues around town. They recently performed at the RMF Sundowner at the Beer Cafe and you can catch them at Riders Music Festival too!
12. Puneet Vohra
Singer and musician Puneet Vohra is best known for being a member of the Delhi based former rock band Hundred Octane. He’s reckless on stage and gives an amazing live performance. He too performed at the RMF Sundowner this week.
Definitely not an event to miss out on, you can check out the event page here and buy your tickets on Insider before they’re sold out!