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Gurgaon's Inter- College band competition sees more than 50 colleges enrolling
With Priyanka Chopra making the crossover in music and English bands becoming a common fascination with the youth, it is no wonder that every college has one or more students bands. In India, the band culture is still evolving and in Gurgaon there are a lot of amateurs, who are aspiring to get the limelight to showcase their talents. Giving them the perfect opportunity is the Gurgaon 'Inter-College band competition.'

Organised at the Kingdom of Dreams (KOD) from March 14 to16, this would be a rare occasion for the people of Gurgoan to see what Gen Y has to offer to the music world in the near future. Till now, as was informed by a KOD spokesperson, 50 bands have enrolled for the competition and more are coming in.

The prestigious talent competition would be judged by some of the finest names associated with music in our world. Dean Punkh- founder of Punkh, Hindi Rock, Sam Lal- Editor and head of New Initiative NME, Yuvraj Bajwa- Actor, Singer and Music promoter and Sumit Lamba- Marketing Manager of Showshaa forms the list of the judge.

The semi final round would be conducted on March14 and 15 when the best 8 bands would be selected for the finals. On 16 March, all the 8 bands would battle it out for the winners title. The winners would get 6 live shows in KOD, where they would earn 25,000 for every performance. On top of that, they would also get vouchers worth of 3.5 lakhs from KOD.

When asked, KOD said that they are expecting around 7000 people across the three day event.

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