The Vinyl Pop Up 2019
Sony Music brings back The Vinyl Pop-Up to celebrate The Record Store Day 2019! The biggest vinyl sale in town with over 2000 titles, rare & exclusive box sets and more.
This Record Store Day (April 13th), head to Corona Gardens, Opp Taj Mahal Tea House in Bandra West for a distinctively intimate and interactive experience – The Vinyl Pop Up Edition 2
Initiated by global music giant, Sony Music, the event celebrates the love for vinyl records, its history and culture with uniquely curated activities that are sure to thrill the audiophile in you. This edition calls for some really cool stuff and here’s a list of promising experiences it entails:
From classics to cult bands, we’ve stocked your all-time on huge discounts for the first time. Rummage through a range of albums from Classic Rock Legends like Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, The Doors, The Beatles, Santana to the Evergreen Hits Linkin Park, Coldplay, Nirvana, John Lenon, Bruno Mars to name a few.
Watch intimate live gigs on the Bacardi Live Stage starting 4 PM. There’s an amazing lineup of some of the coolest indie singers to keep you grooving: Including Nikhil D’Souza, Mali, Tejas, Aarifah & Ramya Pothuri ending it with an all-star performance & showcase by Kadak Apple records
The indoor electronic stage revolves around the 45” vinyl record culture. It is a massive dance party where DJ’s Zokhuma (Arman Menzies) & Eng (Kunal Lodhia) spin select records from House, hip hop, 80’s, 90’s, if it makes you dance, come here. You’ll be dancing all night long!
Allow yourself to truly immerse in a personal vinyl listening session hosted by Sennheiser. Sit back & experience the Hi-res sound of a vinyl on the World’s Costliest Headphones – The HE1 by Sennheiser. We heard it costs more than a Mercedes itself! Enough Said.
2:00 PM - Sennheiser Listening Session
4:00 PM - Bacardi Live Stage
9:00 PM - Afterhours
Bacardi Live Stage Schedule
4:45 PM - Mali
5:30 PM - Tejas
6:20 PM - Ramya
7:15 PM - Kadak Apple Showcase
8:00 PM - Nikhil D’Souza
Vinyl Collection at The Vinyl Pop Up
Corona Garden, Mumbai
St. John Baptist Road, Next to Bunaglow 9, Bandra (W).