| 18 Jul 2024
Sony Music brings back Vinyl Pop Up to celebrate Record Store Day 2019

MUMBAI: On Saturday, 13 April 2019, The Corona Gardens (Ex Bungalow 9) will transform into a vinyl haven for music enthusiasts. With the biggest sale of Vinyl and an entire day dedicated to the record culture, The Vinyl Pop Up will host a distinctively intimate and interactive experience for everyone.

As more music listeners yearn for a personal and physical experience of listening to Vinyl, global music giant, Sony Music offers you an opportunity to start or add to your collection with this one-day Vinyl Pop Up Sale with over 2000 plus imports of limited edition Vinyl and exclusive Record Store Day releases.

Sony Music India Digital Services Head Jay Mehta said, “Last year The Vinyl Pop-Up saw a massive turn out and audiophiles were excited to own their favorite Vinyl. We, in fact, sold all the limited edition Vinyl within 15 mins of the pop-up opening and sold out all Pink Floyd, Led Zepp, John Mayer, Linkin Park titles. This year we have given it a boost by curating multiple events and have also partnered with the best in the industry.”

Listed below are exciting things that will be stocked up at Sony Music India Vinyl Pop Up store.

Browse from the biggest range of Vinyl’s

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 and more to the Evergreen Hits Linkin Park, Coldplay, Nirvana, John Lenon, Bruno Mars to name a few.

Watch one of the best local acts

Catch the live gigs on the Outdoor Stage starting 4 pm with an amazing lineup of some of the coolest indie singers including names like Nikhil D’Souza, Mali, Tejas Menon, Aarifa and Ramya Pothuri with an all-star performance and showcase by Kadak Apple records.

Dance the night away!

The indoor electronic stage revolves around the 45” vinyl record culture. It is a massive dance party where DJ’s Zokhuma (Arman Menzies) and Eng (Kunal Lodhia) spin select records from House, hip hop, 80’s, 90’s, trust us, you’ll be dancing all night long.

Treat yourself to a true audiophile experience

Allow yourself to truly immerse in a personal vinyl listening session hosted by Sennheiser. Sit back and experience the Hi-res sound of vinyl on the World’s Costliest Headphones –The HE1 by Sennheiser. We heard it costs more than a Mercedes itself Nough Said.

The time when one could hold a record or feel the warmth of the analog sound is here so head to the Sony Music Vinyl Pop-Up on the 13 April.