Arnika Ahldag, Narendra Kusnur, Vaishnavi Kambadur
While the two decades spanning the 1960s to 1980s marked the golden age of rock music globally, the musical genre reached its peak in the Indian subcontinent by the late 90s, carrying on into the early 2000s. During this period of tectonic shifts in polity, society, and the economy, internationally acclaimed and mega popular bands like Pink Floyd, Deep Purple, The Rolling Stones, and many more – toured cities like Mumbai, Delhi, and Bengaluru (then still Bangalore)… defining an entire generation and its coming of age, in a sense. Scores of people vividly remember this period for a multitude of reasons, and so often, a rock concert is etched in the memories of these denizens.
Join Arnika Ahldag, Narendra Kusnur, and Vaishnavi Kambadur in this intimate conversation among music aficionados and concert goers, and reminisce about an era of blinding lights, heady riffs, and sweaty mosh pits. As we walk you through the Rock City exhibition, a collaboration between MAP & Bengaluru-based events management company DNA Networks, we welcome you to share anecdotes on banging bands and cool concerts you have experienced.
Bookings are closed for this event.
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