Even though the Justin Beiber concert was a dud, this year is huge for Indian fans who adore the western pop music(I too belong to that melee). Ed Sheeran will be performing in India soon, and so would be, wait for it, The Chainsmokers. Yes, the American Duo, known for their massive hit songs, Closer, All we know, Paris just to name a few, and also dropped their debut studio album Memories…do not open, which made us groove to songs like One, Last Day Alive, Something Just like this(that too with Coldplay).
Who are the Chainsmokers?
They are an American Pop duo consisting of Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart, who first rose to prominence with their song Selfie and followed it up with Roses and Don’t let me down, which brought them into the international scene. In October 2016, they were ranked as the 18th best DJ, despite debuting at 97 only 2 years ago.
Chainsmokers will be performing in India, for the second time
In case you didn’t know, Chainsmokers have been to India before when they headlined VH1 Supersonic in Goa, but also did a three city tour and played at Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai. Off course at that time, they weren’t such a massive hit as they are now, but their song, Selfie was gathering rave reviews from EDM fans.
How many shows will be there?
The Chainsmokers will be performing in Mumbai on 7th of September at the Mahalakshmi Race Course,(where Ed Sheeran has performed previously as a part of X World Tour) and in Delhi at India Exposition Mart Limited on the 8th of September.These shows will be a part of the duo’s ongoing Memories.. do not open tour and are 2 of the 46 shows they will be performing across the world.
Where can you buy the tickets?
The price of the tickets start from INR 1999 and go up to INR 14,500 for the Delhi show, whereas the tickets for the Mumbai show cost INR 2500 upwards up to INR 12,000. Tickets can be bought on bookmyshow.com.
What to expect?
If their Facebook posts are anything to go bye, they sure know how to rock a concert. Add to that their foot-tapping song numbers, the concert sure does promise a hell of a time.