Harley-Davidson and Only Much Louder set to rock Mumbai with Harley Rock Riders–Season V
Mumbai: Two days. 20 bands. Two live stages. And a hundred roaring Harley-Davidsons. It’ rock ‘n’ roll time once again as Harley-Davidson India and Only Much Louder bring on Harley Rock Riders–Season V, India’s most definitive rock music festival ever. A power-packed line-up of some of the biggest names in Indian rock music is expected to perform on November 15-16 at the iconic Richardson & Cruddas foundry at Byculla, Mumbai.
Rock music and motorcycle lovers have always bonded together and it is interesting to note that ‘Paradise City’ was the first ever song that Guns N’ Roses licensed to a commercial; for Harley-Davidson’s iconic Black Sheep TV spot. Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix and Billy Idol are also counted amongst the list of Harley-Davidson’s rock rebels.
“Harley Rock Riders is not just a music festival. It is a way for all of us at Harley-Davidson to celebrate and support independent rock music in India and welcome enthusiasts seeking a taste of the Harley-Davidson lifestyle. This year, we are proud to enter into a partnership with Only Much Louder to produce Harley Rock Riders and create a two-day event that will set a new benchmark for rock festivals in India.” says Anoop Prakash, Managing Director, Harley-Davidson India.
“For me, this feels like going back to my roots. Along with Harley-Davidson India, we are officially bringing rock back in the scene. We promise you, it will be loud.” said, Vijay Nair, CEO, OML Entertainment Pvt. Ltd.
Season tickets are priced at INR 1,500 that provide access to both days. A single day ticket is for INR 999 valid on any of the two days. Tickets are available on www.insider.in and at the Seven Islands Harley-Davidson dealerships in Bandra & Turbhe, Mumbai and Two-Rivers Harley-Davidson dealership in Pune from September 29, 2014. For more details log on to www.nh7.in/harleyrockriders and https://www.facebook.com/HarleyDavidsonindia. You can also connect with @harleyrockrider on Twitter.
So block those dates as the countdown begins for the biggest rock party of the year!