Chandigarh is all set to make the last Saturday of February, a happening one with ‘Freakquency Festival’. The city will be experiencing a new era of music in ‘Freakquency Festival’. Gaah and The Back Room has been organising the electrifying music fest in Chandigarh on the weekend and the sound of ‘Freakquency Festival’ will make your body move in the music. ‘Freakquency Festival’ will be a one-day open air music fest that will showcase acts from live music to electronic music producer in Chandigarh.
Details of Freakquency Festival, Chandigarh
Attractions of Freakquency Festival in The Back Room
The Back Room Garden is ready to experience the music like never before in Chandigarh during the ‘Freakquency Festival. From Live bands to electronic music producer, all are coming together on one stage with energetic performances in Chandigarh.
- Sickflip- It is an electronica solo project started by Sarvesh Shrivastava, who was a music composer, producer and performer in Mumbai. When it comes to music, SickFlip has a perfect blend of calm, serene with contrasting heavy bass and much more.
- Reggae Rajahs- It is the India’s first reggae sound system. The reggae entertainers and promoters are the crew of DJs and MCs based out of New Delhi. Reggae Rajahs was formed in the year 2009 and dedicated off spreading the sound of reggae, dub and dancehall music all over India.
- Laxmi Bomb- It is a newly formed electro- pop outfit from ‘Bombay. Laxmi Bomb offers a great mix of classic Hindi cinema motifs with pop disco beats.
- Peter Cat Recording Company (PCRC)- Enjoy the music that ranges from Gypsy jazz and Ballroom Waltz to midnight moonlight car chase with Peter Cat Recording Company, that will be performing on the stage of ‘Freakquency festival’ in Chandigarh.
It’s time to freak out at the ‘Freakquency Festival’ in Chandigarh with music and sounds. Tap your feets in the music like- Gypsy Jazz, reggae sound, melodic vibes with heavy bass in the Back Room Garden, Chandigarh.
Take your freakiness with the loud music at the Back Room Garden in ‘Freakquency Festival’ at Chandigarh.