Radio City Freedom celebrates year 2 of existence

03 Jul,2014

Radio City Freedom, India’s first dedicated web radio for Indie music turned 2 and to celebrate the occasion it has announced the rollout of the concert ‘Indie Concert’. The celebrations for the second anniversary will commence with the 2-hour concert from 3– 5 on the 3rd of July. The ‘Indie Concert’ will witness more than 10 indie artists & bands coming together for unplugged performances of their original compositions.


Popular artists & bands including Brodha V, Samved, Faridkot, Tritha, Prateek Kuhad, Mekaal Hasan, Indo Gypsies, Unohu & Mikey Mcleary will perform the unplugged versions of their original compositions for the station.


Since its launch in 2012, Radio City Freedom has been a platform to promote some of the most talented indie artists across the globe. On the occasion of its second anniversary, the listeners get to revel in the purest form of unplugged music with the biggest ever radio ‘Indie Concert’.


Talking about the initiative, Rachna Kanwar, Business Head – Digital Media & New Business, Radio City 91.1 FM commented, “At PlanetRadiocity we have always believed that great music, innovation and creativity in our stations is what sets us apart. We constantly push the envelope in terms of giving differentiated programming to our listeners through our innovative shows. This time with the ‘Indie Concert’ we offer our listeners a unique concept where they get to experience the unplugged versions from some of the best artists in India all on one platform for the first time! We are confident that this power packed concert will make our listeners groove to great music.”


Radio City Freedom has over 700 artists across genres like dub-step, electronica, folk, rock & sufi who express themselves in diverse languages like Assamese, Malayalam, Bengali, Punjabi apart from Hindi & English. The station is the ultimate platform that supports exciting talent across the country & provides the new, un-tapped music created by and for the new generation that is on the lookout for fresh Indie music.


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