Eric Prydz closes first day of Vh1 Supersonic 2017 with a bang

Pune, Feb 11 (IANS) Ending the night with a high octane performance, Swedish DJ and producer Eric Prydz headlined the first day of music festival Vh1 Supersonic 2017.

Prydz enthralled the music lovers present here at Laxmi Lawns on Friday night, leaving the crowd asking for more.

The fest has set up three different stages — Sonic realm stage, Spectrum stage and Labortoire by Gionee stage.

The three-day festival commenced with homegrown artiste Raghav Holla performing at Sonic realm stage while Quistek brought life to the Spectrum stage.

Vh1 Supersonic’s fourth edition has also laid emphasis on the importance of cleanliness, with unusual, colourful dustbins all over the venue. The organisers have also introduced small different games conceptualised around the bins.

Extending its campaign Chakachak Viacom 18, brand behind the fest has put up some themed bins named the love can, slammed dunk can, let’s play can, future can, jungle can and techno can.

The decorations at the venue steal the limelight from the food options with eye pleasing, soothing colour combinations used everywhere.

With ample place to rest and chill, the venue has floor cushions, comfortable mattresses with backrest, conical- tribal shaped tents scattered here and there if you plan on catching up with your friends with more privacy.

With big jellyfish shaped decorations sewn out of cloth and net hanging down across the path to the main stage which is the Sonic Realm stage, the fest has something for everyone.

First aid near every stage, an only ladies bar, tight security with strict briefings, women can shed their inhibitions and have fun at the fest which ends on Sunday.

While artistes like Kerano, Quintino, Praveen Achary, Zaeden, Oceantied and Teri Mili performing on Friday, day two of the music extravaganza will have Grammy award winning hip-hop artiste Macklemore as the headliner.

Other artistes performing include Arjun Vagale, Aly & Fila, Ash Roy, Tuhin Mehta, Sequ3l and protoculture.