Budweiser introduces its global music platform ‘What’s Brewing’ in India

As part of their recently launched campaign, ‘Always Brewing’, Budweiser is set to bring it’s international music property ‘What’s Brewing’ for the 1st time to India. It is scheduled to take place in New Delhi on 30th September in Hauz Khas Social and will showcase a never-before-seen mix of 11 outstanding performances and experiences under one roof. The line-up will feature some of the biggest names in the electronic music space like BLOT, Anushka + Agent, Progressive Brothers, Paraphoniks, Frame/Frame, SICKFLIP, Zaeden and Kerano.

The 1st edition of ‘What’s Brewing in Delhi’ promises to offer an incredible experience to all electronic music lovers by showcasing “What’s brewing in the world of music”. The concept will take the Indian audiences on a journey across the world of different sensations, moods, experience and genres.

Speaking about the maiden edition of the music property, Vineet Sharma, Associate Marketing Director, AB InBev India said, “What’s Brewing has been really well received by consumers in our international markets and we wanted to introduce this unique platform to India. This event brings India on the map of similar music experiences happening in cities like New York, Berlin, London. This furthers our agenda of always brewing something new and fresh for our target audience.”

He further added, “With ‘What’s Brewing in Delhi’ we want to provide authentic music experience to our fans in India. We would like to create an atmosphere that not only elevates the consumer’s on-site experience but also helps them connect with music at a much deeper level. We want this to be the gold standard of Indian music scene where great talent such as the current lineup for What’s brewing, can be showcased.”

 

The event to showcase an eclectic line-up of eleven artists performing on three different stages on 30th September at Hauz Khas Social in Delhi.

 

 

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