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News |  30 May 2017 12:54 |  By RnMTeam

Baleno Wicked Weekends returns to Delhi with the Reggae Rajahs

MUMBAI: Baleno Wicked Weekends returns to Delhi this weekend with the crew who made India’s first Jamaican sound system. Reggae Rajahs – a crew of MCs and DJs that built 10,000 Lions Sound System (a hand built Jamaican style sound system), have been pushing the sound of roots reggae and dub through the country since 2009.

Having played major international festivals like Outlook Festival, Rototom Sunsplash and Sziget Festival, the Rajahs have played some of the most prolific festivals in India like Taalbelia, Sula Fest, VH1 Supersonic and more.
Conceptualised with the aim of redefining and reinvigorating nightlife in India, Baleno Wicked Weekends continues its journey when it returns to the capital city of India, Delhi on 3 June, with the Reggae Rajahs.

Baleno Wicked Weekends, a multi-city urban nightlife campaign that aims to redefine and reinvigorate the nightlife scene in India, Wicked Weekends has featured indie acts like Raghu Dixit, Parekh & Singh, Junkyard Groove, Donn Bhat + Passenger Revelator and electronic music producers like Sound Avtar, Anish Sood, Mojo Jojo, Gurbax and Sartek among others across party hotspots in India such as Summerhouse Café, Hauz Khas Social, High Spirits, Euriska, Indigo Live, Gatsby 2000, Someplace Else among many others and hopes to become the one-stop nightlife guide for artists and audience alike.