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Bonobo to perform in Bengaluru

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Bengaluru | Friday, 2019 7:45:05 PM IST
British music artiste Simon Green aka Bonobo will be setting the stage on fire with his eight-piece ensemble band at the Vh1 Supersonic Arcade here on February 15.

Vh1 Supersonic Arcade is a brand extension of the Vh1 Supersonic music festival.

Through the years, Bonobo has delivered hit songs like "Cirrus" and "Break apart".

"Vh1 Supersonic is a one-stop destination to experience multi-genre music. Bono's performance in Bengaluru aims at presenting his distinctive and intricate electronica style," Saugato Bhowmik, Business Head, Integrated Network Solutions & Consumer Products, Viacom18, said in a statement.

"With an aim to get thousands of music lovers on their feet, Vh1 supersonic Arcade promises its fans in Bengaluru to expect a mega musical night with Bono's beguiling acts," he added.

--IANS nn/bg

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2019-01-11-19:16:08 (IANS)

 
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